Clinical Engagement in the Health Care Supply Chain
This course is designed for Supply Chain professionals who interact with clinicians via value analysis teams, technology assessment teams and other initiatives in order to develop skills required to effectively work together surrounding supply chain decision making.
Learning objectives for participants
- Understand the current landscape of health care and the need for collaborative relationships
- How to build collaborative relationships with clinicians
- How to engage clinicians in supply chain committees
- How to provide clinicians with meaningful data to impact their choices
- Understand the role of your CMO
The course will be offered over a 2 day time period. The course can be offered onsite in your organizations for teams.
The course will be offered over a 2/3 day time period. The sessions will be interactive where you will have the opportunity to engage with peers in the industry. Case studies will be utilized.
- Can be scheduled upon request
Who should attend?
Supply chain professionals
The certificate program is offered at $1500/course/professional. For teams of 10 or more the course can be offered onsite at a discounted rate of $1200/course/professional. .
HSRC-ASU will review the application and resume of interested participants to assess their fit for the program.
Cancellation a week in advance of the course start date will result in full refund of the course fee. After that date, students will forfeit 100% of the course fee.
The course is offered by a world-class faculty recognized for their research, teaching and practice in the health care supply chain.
- Natalia Wilson, M.D., MPH is co-director of the Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium at Arizona State University (HSRC-ASU). She is trained and board certified in internal medicine. Her clinical experience has included partnership in a community-based private internal medicine practice where she focused on preventive medicine and women’s health. Her research interests include the changing relationships between physicians-hospitals-suppliers-patients, physician engagement in the health care supply chain, product identification and standards, comparative effectiveness research, and health care reform.
- Guest lecturers including physician leaders and practicing physicians.