Healthcare Materials Management Society of NJ
is proud to present
Equipment Sharing: Unlocking New Savings in the COVID-19 Financial Climate
November 18, 2020 5pm-6pm
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About this Program
Every supply chain leader must navigate their organization through the financial challenges of COVID-19. Capital requests continue to be submitted, but the available budget to fulfill those requests has been deeply impacted by the pandemic. Join us for a webinar that will outline an entirely new tranche of cost savings that can be achieved with an equipment sharing program.
You will be provided with a framework to benchmark equipment utilization across your facilities, and the steps to practically implement a sharing program, maximizing the utilization of existing capital equipment. Learn from two health system case studies on how asset sharing can reduce new equipment needs by as much as 50%, while eliminating rental costs and satisfying more capital requests from your clinical team.
From this program, attendees will:
- Learn about the essential components of an equipment sharing program
- Apply a savings model to your hospital/health system from equipment sharing
- Leverage new approaches to benchmarking equipment utilization in your hospital/health system
- Summarize the lessons learned from other health systems sharing equipment
Who Should Attend?
EVERYONE! Directors of Materials Management, Supply Chain/Resource Managers, Patient Experience Professionals, Infection Control Practitioners, O.R. Managers/Staff, Support Services Management, Environmental Services, Pharmacy, and Corporate VP of Supply Chain Management.
About the Speaker
Todd Rothenhaus, M.D., is the Chief Executive Officer at Cohealo, the first company to bring the sharing economy to medical equipment management. Prior to Cohealo, he was Chief Medical Officer at athenahealth, where he led the company’s network knowledge division, population health management service, and the athenaClinicals EHR, the company’s second largest ($300MM) service. Prior to joining athenahealth, he was Chief Information Officer at Steward Health Care, the largest community-based health system in New England. Prior to Steward, he was an attending physician in Boston’s busiest emergency department, and assistant professor at Boston University School of Medicine.
Agenda & Location
• 5:00-5:05pm Welcome
• Steve Faup, President
• 5:05-5:10pm Technical Notes
• 5:10-6:00pm Presentation
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