Virtual Event: Driving Public Healthcare Procurement Capabilities
Improving quality and safety of care through good procurement practice
(Start: 12.00pm ET / 9.00am PT)
With public healthcare systems facing escalating costs, low-value care, and huge disparities in patient outcomes there has never been a pressing need to look towards streamlining supply chain operations and logistics within this rapidly evolving industry.
With procurement in the healthcare sector moving away from price-focused procurement towards a more value-orientated approach there is a unique opportunity to re-evaluate and drive new operational models that will bring about savings, efficiency, and greater collaboration. Whether it is a hospital, pharmaceutical manufacturer, drug distributor, or retailer, every link in the chain could better manage their inventory or work more closely with suppliers.
Public Sector Networks Driving Public Healthcare Procurement Capabilities Virtual Event will look deeper into these trends, equipping attendees with new ideas and strategies on how to improve the existing procurement processes and how to start the shift towards a value-based procurement approach.
Hear about the latest procurement and tendering strategies to achieve better outcomes
Identify how to standardise tendering rules and specifications to reduce compliance costs and encourage innovation
Learn how to better understand and apply procurement processes to ensure effective purchasing and contract performance
Find out how to how to move towards a value-based procurement approach and why
St Mary's General Hospital
BC Public Service
First Nations Health Authority
Government of New Brunswick
Government of Northwest Territories
NIGP-CPP, CSCMP, CPPO, CPPB, C.P.M.
City of Vaughan