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Be The Physician’s First Strategic Call: How Data Enrichments in Total Joints Transform Supply Chain’s Role
Getting buy-in from physicians may feel like a constant challenge for supply chain and value analysis leaders. But what if it wasn’t? What if - instead of the physician going to the supplier first - they called you? What if the surgeon - instead of calling you with a frustration about limited inventory or lack of availability of a certain supply - called you for your strategic insights related to the value of their procedures and cost improvements? This is already what’s happening for Andy Willis and the supply chain team at University of California Health.

Register for this webinar and find out how clinical data enrichments in total joints enabled University of California Health’s supply chain leaders to become their surgeons’ first call!

Webinar Takeaways:
- What data elements are available to healthcare providers
- How data enrichments can be used to drive strategic initiatives and stay agile
- How data enrichments can be used to successfully engage clinicians and find common language between finance, supply chain, and clinical team members

The Curvo team is hosting a live webinar on Wednesday, April 28, at 3pm EST with guest Andy Willis, Strategic Sourcing Executive at the University of California Health, University of California Office of the President. During the 60min session, Andy will share his approach to category management. He will also dive into a recent total joints initiative and how having clinical spend data available at a granular level transformed his relationship with surgeons. Join us for this interactive session!

Apr 28, 2021 03:00 PM in Indiana (East)

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Speakers

Andy Willis, CMRP
Strategic Sourcing Manager @University of California Health, University of California Office of the President
Andy has over 3 decades of experience in healthcare supply chain and integrated analytics at Vizient, MedAssets, and Owens & Minor. He currently serves as a strategic sourcing executive at University of California Health, University of California Office of the President, where he owns and manages system wide contracting for all physician preference items and coordinating decision making of supply contracts between clinical, operational, & supply chain leaders.