Supply Chain Sherpas
St. Luke’s Health System, Kansas City
Medline Industries, Inc.
This unique working conference brings manufacturers, distributors, group purchasing organizations, and providers together to discuss ways to work together better to ensure product availability, improve forecasting, and better support patient care. Join us at the HIDA Supply Chain Visibility Conference!
Cindy Chen, MS»
Sr. Manager, Associates Program,
Kendall Lemmert, MHA»
Program Manager, Healthcare Supply Chain Collaborative
Gain visibility to more than 300 conference participants at three co-located events focusing on e-commerce capabilities, contract efficiency and demand planning.
Back of Badges Sponsor - $2,500
Nightly Schedule of Events Email Sponsor - $3,000
Education Session Sponsor - $3,500
Reception Sponsor - $4,500
Presenting Sponsor -$10,000 (member)
Includes three registrations, exhibit table, session introduction; and recognition in marketing, web, and onsite slides/signage.
Sponsor - $3,950 (member) | $6,500 (non-member)
Includes two registrations, exhibit table, recognition in marketing, web, and onsite slides/signage.
Supporter - $2,750 (member) | $5,500 (non-member)
Includes one registration, exhibit table, recognition in marketing, web, and onsite slides/signage.
Director, Conferences & Sponsorship Sales
Senior Vice President, HIDA
Executive Director, HIDA Educational Foundation
The Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA) is committed to a respectful and safe experience for all participants, regardless of race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, disability, and any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. HIDA does not tolerate discrimination, intolerance, harassment, or aggression at any HIDA event, either in person or via electronic communications. Any discriminatory, harassing, inappropriate, or aggressive behavior should be reported to an employee of HIDA or to the event staff immediately. Anyone engaged in inappropriate behavior is subject to removal from the event at HIDA’s discretion.