More than 500 hospital and supplier representatives expected to attend
healthcare's largest forum focused on all supply chain participants
LOUISVILLE, Colo., March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 500 hospital and supplier representatives will gather in Chicago, April 16-18 for the 2008 GHX Supply Chain Summit to share best practices and identify opportunities for greater collaboration to improve operational performance. The GHX Supply Chain Summit is the largest healthcare forum in the U.S. focused on both the buy and sell side of the supply chain. GHX currently facilitates transactions between more than 6000 providers and 600 suppliers in North America. Participation in GHX is not a prerequisite to attend the event.
Highlights of this year's event include presentations and panel
discussions on enhancing the role the supply chain plays in supporting
clinical functions and increasing patient safety. The Summit will close
with an inside look at this fall's presidential election, including the
impact on healthcare, with former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan and
former Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe, who also
serves as chairman of the Hillary Clinton for President campaign.
Other agenda highlights include:
-- Utilizing artificial intelligence to create a content management
strategy that can be customized to meet the needs of your entire
-- What innovative hospitals are doing in the area of AP automation,
presented by Paystream Advisors
-- Linking supply chain, clinical and financial data to address higher
physician preference item costs, declining reimbursements and demands
for price and quality transparency
-- Building a best-in-class framework for business intelligence, presented
by The Aberdeen Group
-- Using technology to better manage and track consignment inventor
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