AHRMM On-Demand Spring Summit Session: Power of Partnerships

Product Code: 314ODSS24E

Member: $35.00
Non-Member: $69.00



POWER OF PARTNERSHIPS: Beyond Transactions: Building Transformative Alliances in Health Care Supply Chain 
This session will focus on the core tenets of mutual value creation and effective communication techniques vital for nurturing strong partnerships. Discover collaboration models within the health care supply chain, illustrated by successful partnerships that have driven measurable outcomes and highlight the power of transparency and shared goals in achieving mutual success.
Learning Objectives:
  • Explore the principles of mutual value creation in partnerships and communication strategies essential for building and maintaining strong alliances, emphasizing transparency and shared objectives.
  • Identify innovative models of collaboration within the health care supply chain, including examples of successful partnerships that have led to transformative outcomes.
Joe Dudas - Division Chair, Supply Chain Management Innovation and Planning, Mayo Clinic
Role: As a Division Chair at the Mayo Clinic, Joe Dudas is responsible for providing oversight and coordination of Mayo’s Supply Chain Strategic Initiatives. Additionally, Joe is the Inspirity Systems and Operations EVP. The Mayo Clinic Supply Chain manages Purchasing, Distribution, and Inventory Management functions across Mayo Clinic. Over the past 15+ years, Mayo’s Supply Chain has been on a transformative journey to move a decentralized and autonomous function to that of a highly integrated and, in part, commercial shared service. The results to-date total over $1B in value to Mayo Clinic. Commercially, Mayo Clinic Supply Chain provides Source to Pay Business Process Outsourcing (Inspirity), Category Management to a larger Regional Purchasing Group (CAPTIS), Logistics Services (Supply Chain Solutions) as well as collaborating with industry to deliver other commercial supply chain solutions.
Experiences: Mr. Dudas has over 30 years’ experience from various industries, including healthcare, retail, IT outsourcing, and telecommunications, as well as enterprise analytics. Previous professional experience includes leadership roles at EDS (now DXC Technology), AT&T, and Rite Aid Corporation. Mr. Dudas is an Inspirity HP Board Member and Industry Advisor to the University of Michigan. He holds an MBA in Accounting and Finance from York College of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s in Management Information Systems from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Current projects: Inspirity HP, Digital Supply Chain, Supply Chain Performance Consulting, International, Initiative Portfolio Management as well as Supply Chain Innovation.

Vicky Lyle - Vice President, Industry Associations Owens & Minor
Vicky Lyle is the Vice President of Industry Relations at Owens & Minor, where she leads the Company’s involvement with industry and trade organizations worldwide. She currently serves on the executive board for Professional Women in Healthcare (PWH) was the Chair for the 2021 and 2022 term. She also serves on the board of Healthcare Supplier Diversity Alliance (HSDA) and serves on the Council of Supplier Diversity for Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA). She also serves as a member of the AHRMM Learning UDI community. Vicky has been with Owens & Minor for over 35 years, contributing business and technical expertise across all facets of the supply chain. Prior to her current role, she served as Operating Vice President, Service Line Strategy, where she was responsible for the development of the clinical inventory solutions platform along with service line operations, implementation and support. In her time with the Company, she has led several strategic cross-functional projects, including business acquisitions, distribution center strategy, and the creation of Owens & Minor’s Third Party Logistics (3PL) service offering. Vicky holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Averett University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.

Tom Lubotsky - Vice President of Supply Chain, Allina Health
Mr. Lubotsky is a broad based healthcare executive with over 40 years in leadership roles among integrated delivery systems including clinical services and ambulatory development, physician practices, and healthcare alliances.  His current position serves as the Vice President Supply Chain at Allina Health in Minneapolis responsible for the overall leadership of Allina’s supply chain operations including sourcing, clinical resource management, procure to pay, logistics and operations, business performance and technology development.
Nausheen Ahmed - Director, Supply Chain Optimization, Cedars-Sinai
Nausheen Ahmed, Director of Supply Chain Optimization at Cedars-Sinai, leads end-to-end system-wide strategic & tactical decision support. Her responsibilities comprise driving digital transformation, developing analytical tools to enhance business intelligence and deploying performance measures to increase accountability. She’s also invested in directing supply logistics efficiency by advancing methods of demand and supply planning with key suppliers. Nausheen excels at integrating input to identify areas of improvement and implementing activities to optimize operation and drive results.