Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium - HSRC-ASU Webinars

HSRC-ASU Webinars

HSRC-ASU webinars are designed to provide cutting edge knowledge to our members and their clients. The webinars provide the opportunity to interact with HSRC-ASU leadership who include Eugene Schneller, Ph.D. and Natalia Wilson, M.D., MPH. During the webinars you will be able to ask questions and share thoughts with other webinar attendees.

Upcoming Webinars

There are currently no webinars schedule.

Past Webinars

"Unique Device Identification Across Health Care" – Sep 13, 2012
Featuring Natalia Wilson, MD, MPH, Co-Director HSRC-ASU, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University

This webinar provides valuable information on the FDA’s proposed UDI Rule and the value of UDI for supply chain, clinical care and post-market surveillance . Also discussed in detail is the role we all play to support implementation and full adoption of UDI across health care .

Our webinars are a perfect way for you to keep up with the latest thinking and knowledge in the area for health sector supply chain, and are presented by thought leaders. These webinars are interactive, with chat functions, polling questions, and Q&A sessions.

"Meeting Customer’s Demand for Value for Money" – April 24, 2012
Featuring Eugene Schneller, Ph.D, Co-Director HSRC-ASU, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University

Value for Money has become a codeword expressed by customers for the products and services they receive. HSRC-ASU has carried out extensive work in this area which has important implications for how organizations can position themselves in the marketplace. It considers the new organization of care schemes, how to overcome fragmentation in purchasing and logistics and how to respond to changing incentives in the field.

"Top Trends in Healthcare Supply Chain” – March 27, 2012
Featuring Natalia Wilson, MD, MPH, Co-Director HSRC-ASU, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University

This webinar provides information on the issues facing the health care supply chain in 2012 as well as strategies to effectively manage these changes. This session will enable you to better orient your team, to consider strategic relationship-building across your organization and to better understand the needs of clients.