Supply Chain Meets Quality and Safety: Building Resiliency in Systems and Process  

The guidance was 96 hours of supplies on hand in case of a crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic proved that was not enough. Well over two years into the pandemic and supply chain challenges continue across the continuum. The workforce needs to understand the impact and become “supply chain resilient.” This session will feature leading organization Johns Hopkins Hospital and how they focus on using quality tools to update the workforce on supply chain disruptions, how to train for new or temporary supply alternatives and how and when to bring in checks and balances to proactively avoid patient harm. 

Speakers
Vice President, Quality
Vice President, Quality - The Johns Hopkins Hospital

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Senior Vice President, Operations
Senior Vice President, Operations - Johns Hopkins Health System

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Clinical Program Director, Oncology
Clinical Program Director, Oncology - The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center

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Assistant Director, Lean Six Sigma Deployment
Assistant Director, Lean Six Sigma Deployment - The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality

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