Learn from experts in the field at HIDA’s Supply Chain Visibility Conference, June 21-22
Alexandria, VA, May 11, 2021 - The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the U.S. healthcare supply chain is strong, but needs to be more resilient to adequately respond to sharp spikes in demand for medical products.
In a June 21 session, “Leveraging Pandemic Lessons To Build Resilience,” Owens & Minor Senior VP Matt Gattuso, Concordance Healthcare Solutions CEO Lisa Hohman, and HIDA’s President and CEO Matthew J. Rowan and VP of Government Affairs Linda Rouse O’Neill will address ways to achieve a more robust supply chain. Their discussion will address how a flexible pandemic response infrastructure includes managed stockpiles, nearshored manufacturing, and avoids surge-driven competition.
Learn more about what true visibility requires at the Health Industry Distributors Association’s virtual Supply Chain Visibility Conference. Details and registration information can be found here.
The conference is part of HIDA’s Healthcare Supply Chain Collaborative, whose mission is to transform the healthcare supply chain through best practices for processes and data. With broad adoption of standards and best practices, stakeholders can optimize efficiency and visibility.
The Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA) represents the country’s medical product distributors – the nation’s essential link between manufacturers and patient caregivers. HIDA members offer critical services increasing the efficiency of U.S. healthcare providers, including hospitals, nursing homes, laboratories, home care, and physician practices. For more information, visit HIDA.org.