Anurag Jaiswal discuss his extensive supply chain experience, passion for technology, and transition to the healthcare industry.
Mike Hopkins manages $250 million to $300 million of vital clinical supplies each year. Under his guidance, a digitization project has enabled Northwestern Medicine to reduce on-hand inventory values by 20 percent.
Science Exchange, cofounded by Elizabeth Iorns, provides life sciences companies a single platform that unifies purchasing, supplier management, and payment processing
After a lifelong military career, Cheri Provancha still relies on the US Army’s core values to drive her leadership approach
Taimur Shah says the key to finding solutions for staffing challenges is to be proactive and creative
Throughout her career, Jacqueline Epright of Yale New Haven Health has tackled difficult situations, sorted through them, and planned the best path forward
Don Perigny began his career in professional baseball before making the switch to procurement; throughout, he’s made sure he’s a team player
With poise and grace, Head of Procurement Tynina Lucas flourishes as a natural leader at EmblemHealth
With COVID-19 in his rearview, automotive industry turned healthcare veteran Michael Brown drives Texas Children’s Hospital’s supply chain practices into the future
Joshua Bellamy eliminates the pharmaceutical supply chain waste too often tolerated by large employers
At Merit Medical Systems, David White helps his team members navigate the rocky road of the current supply chain
Northwestern Medicine Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Executive Gary Fennessy maintains optimism and finds the best in sour situations