Day 2: Creating Supply Chain Visibility & Efficiency

For All Attendees

07:45 - 08:45 Breakfast In The Partnering Cafe

Women in Supply Chain

07:45 - 08:45 Women In Supply Chain Breakfast
7:30 - 8:45am Women supply chain leaders have a chance to network and discuss their future within medical device supply chain and operations. Learn from successful women executives how they made their way up the corporate ladder and moved into their role. Be inspired to create the career you want, form mentor/mentee relationships, and celebrate the successes of fellow women in the supply chain.

08:45 - 08:50 Welcome Remarks

08:50 - 09:00 High Flying Help Ice Breaker

According to the old adage, it's not what you know, it's who you know. This session will make sure you get to know even more people that can help you achieve your business and career goals.

09:00 - 09:10 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Stephen Meyer - Research Director, Gartner, Inc.
Consignment inventory has been described as a necessary evil, but must it be so evil? Our esteemed panelists will share best practices they've developed to manage field and consigned inventory. You'll gain numerous perspectives on this important topic to ensure your inventory serves you well.
• Making consignment and field inventory management more efficient
• Understanding how to collaborate better with your provider partners on inventory practices
• Tools to help you managed trunk stock and forward stocking locations more effectively
• Identifying why inventory management is still a struggle and steps to create an industry best practice
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Stephen Meyer

Research Director
Gartner, Inc.

Consignment inventory has been described as a necessary evil, but must it be so evil? Our esteemed panelists will share best practices they've developed to manage field and consigned inventory. You'll gain numerous perspectives on this important topic to ensure your inventory serves you well.
•Making consignment and field inventory management more efficient
•Understanding how to collaborate better with your provider partners on inventory practices
•Tools to help you managed trunk stock and forward stocking locations more effectively
•Identifying why inventory management is still a struggle and steps to create an industry best practice
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Pratik Saraiya

Director, Supply Chain
K2M

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Tommy Russell

Manager Global Field Operations
Arthrex

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Kevin J. McPherson

VP Healthcare Logistics
GENCO

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Mike Plunkett

COO
Alphatec Spine

09:50 - 10:05 PANEL REVOLUTION: Consignment And Field Inventory Management

A 15-minute audience discussion in small groups to tackle a remaining challenge/opportunity from the preceding panel.
One of the most critical factors in the success of your supply chain is the performance of and relationships with your 3PLs. When the relationship moves further into a true "partnership" the benefits are even greater. Learn how to optimize your relationships from many unique perspectives on the industry.
• Identifying advantages that result from enhanced partnerships with 3PLs
• Creating KPIs
• Ways to develop and mature relationships with 3PLs
• Determining how to be better partners and collaborators
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Howard Mitchell

Director, Distribution Operations
Medtronic - NA & LATAM Distribution & Operations

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Stephen Downey

VP Healthcare Vertical
OHL

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David Mastromatteo

Managing Director
LifeScience Logistics

10:45 - 11:05 Gain In The Chain – Insights Into How Successful Supply Chains Are Optimizing For Better Outcomes

Robin Hooker - Director, Marketing, Healthcare Sector, UPS
  • Key healthcare trends and their impact on medical logistics
  • Strategies revealed from the latest Pain In The Chain Supply Chain Survey
  • Disruptive innovations for supply chains that cannot be disrupted
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Robin Hooker

Director, Marketing, Healthcare Sector
UPS

11:05 - 11:10 LogiMed 2016 Benchmark Report

11:10 - 11:55 Morning Refreshment Break In The Partnering Cafe

Welcome to the Partnering Café, your “home base” over the course of the conference. This is where you’ll enjoy bottomless coffee and tea, soft drinks, and snacks; learn about the latest supply chain innovations, connect with your colleagues, and refresh from your busy days at LogiMed!
Hear from three very different device manufacturers, from one of the largest around to a recent startup, how they view S&OP and how it can better serve your organization.
• Assessing the current state of your S&OP or IBP; where are areas for improvement?
• Identifying the different levels of maturity for S&OP and steps to move yours further along
• Transforming from a consultant-led process to a company-led process
• If starting from scratch, where should you begin for most efficient implementation of effective S&OP
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Ivan Lai

Global Supply Chain Director
Stryker

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Bud Drummey

Senior Director of Manufacturing
Quanterix

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Natalie Costa

Senior Director, Supply Chain
Terumo Medical Corp.

Sit down with a speaker and 10 – 15 other attendees to dissect and debate a topic you select. Choose a focus area aligned with your most pressing initiatives or something you’d like to learn more about. (Be sure to divide and conquer with your teammates!) A breadth of experiences will be shared amongst all, and you get to ask the questions you need answers to.

#1 Post-Acquisition Supply Chain Integration
Kulwant Sandhu, Supply Chain Director, St. Jude Medical

#2 Moving Our Supply Chains From Reactive To Proactive In The Changing Healthcare Environment
Jerry Brown, VP Supply Chain, X-Spine

#3 Assessing Cash Conversion Cycles And Inventory To Set Services Levels And Customer Segmentation
Joe Vidricksen, Director – Americas Supply Chain, Halyard Health

#4 Risk Management And Supply Chain Continuity
Chris Kozlik, Director, Device Supply Chain, Amgen

#5 Driving Value In The Supply Chain Through Performance Management
Victor Machado, Director, Americas Logistics & Business Intelligence, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics

#6 Leveraging The Best Carriers To Ensure On-Time Delivery In A Direct-To-Consumer Environment
Adam Boccelli, Director of Worldwide Warehousing & Logistics, IDEXX Laboratories

#7 Diversifying A Global Supply Chain In The Biological And Electromechanical Instrumentation Industry
Babu Barat, Senior Director of Supply Chain, BD Biosciences

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Babu Barat

Senior Director of Supply Chain
BD Biosciences

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Adam Boccelli

Director of Worldwide Warehousing & Logistics
IDEXX Laboratories

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Chris Kozlik

Director- Device Supply Chain
Amgen

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Joe Vidricksen

Sr Director - Americas Supply Chain
Halyard Health

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Jerry Brown

VP of Supply Chain
X-Spine

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Victor Machado

Logistics Operations Director
Siemens Healthcare

Kulwant Sandhu

Supply Chain Director
St. Jude Medical

13:40 - 14:45 Lunch

Track A: Quality & Security

14:45 - 15:05 Reducing Surprises From New Products By Value Stream Mapping Prior To Launch
Welch Allyn has developed a process to value stream map new products prior to launch. When executed properly, the process reveals supply chain risks such as long lead time components, manufacturing cycle times, and unique global distribution requirements. By identifying supply chain risks, actions can be taken prior to launch to limit the impact surprises to customers and costs. Outline:
• Impact of surprises during new product launches
• Overview of Value Stream Maps
• How Value Stream Mapping can be used to identify supply chain risks
• Examples of supply chain risks identified from a Value Stream Map and mitigations
• Actual benefits from the process
• Understanding how provider supply chain demands are shifting in the changing healthcare environment
• What are the unmet needs of hospitals that suppliers can develop capabilities for?
• What do providers want from their suppliers?
• Identifying steps for a more collaborative relationship resulting in a more efficient supply chain
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Rick Desmarais

Director Lean & Operational Excellence
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc.

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Greg Beach

Senior Director, Supply Chain
Seattle Children’s Hospital

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William Mosser

VP, Supply Chain Services
Franciscan Missionaries of our Lady Health Systems

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Richard Bagley

Director Strategic Sourcing
Intermountain Healthcare

Track C: Creative Board Room

14:45 - 15:05 Building A Global Supply Chain From Scratch (For Smaller Or Startup Companies) Marty Kerber - SVP, Engineering and Manufacturing, inSleep Technologies
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Marty Kerber

SVP, Engineering and Manufacturing
inSleep Technologies

Track A: Quality & Security

15:05 - 15:25 Prioritizing Security Improvements In The Global Supply Chain Joseph Mansfield - Director - Global Security Operations, GE Healthcare Performance Solutions
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Joseph Mansfield

Director - Global Security Operations
GE Healthcare Performance Solutions

• Understanding how provider supply chain demands are shifting in the changing healthcare environment
• What are the unmet needs of hospitals that suppliers can develop capabilities for?
• What do providers want from their suppliers?
• Identifying steps for a more collaborative relationship resulting in a more efficient supply chain
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Rick Desmarais

Director Lean & Operational Excellence
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc.

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Greg Beach

Senior Director, Supply Chain
Seattle Children’s Hospital

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William Mosser

VP, Supply Chain Services
Franciscan Missionaries of our Lady Health Systems

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Richard Bagley

Director Strategic Sourcing
Intermountain Healthcare

Track C: Creative Board Room

15:05 - 15:25 Building A Global Supply Chain From Scratch (For Smaller Or Startup Companies) Marty Kerber - SVP, Engineering and Manufacturing, inSleep Technologies

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Marty Kerber

SVP, Engineering and Manufacturing
inSleep Technologies

Track A: Quality & Security

15:25 - 15:45 Metrics That Matter
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Steve Kiewiet

VP Supply Chain Logistics & Distribution
BJC Healthcare

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Steve Thompson

Director, Strategic Solutions
Cardinal Health Integrated Logistics Services

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Mike Hughes

VP Business Solutions Supply Chain & Distribution
Cook Medical

Track C: Creative Board Room

15:25 - 15:45 Continued

Track A: Quality & Security

15:45 - 16:05 Achieving End-To-End Supply Chain Quality With Effective Supplier Partnerships Greg Beach - Senior Director, Supply Chain, Seattle Children’s Hospital

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Greg Beach

Senior Director, Supply Chain
Seattle Children’s Hospital

Track B: Partnerships & Collaboration

15:45 - 16:05 Successful Trading Partner Alignment William Mosser - VP, Supply Chain Services, Franciscan Missionaries of our Lady Health Systems
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William Mosser

VP, Supply Chain Services
Franciscan Missionaries of our Lady Health Systems

16:05 - 16:50 Afternoon Refreshment Break In The Partnering Cafe

Welcome to the Partnering Café, your “home base” over the course of the conference. This is where you’ll enjoy bottomless coffee and tea, soft drinks, and snacks; learn about the latest supply chain innovations, connect with your colleagues, and refresh from your busy days at LogiMed!
Sit down with a speaker and 10 – 15 other attendees to dissect and debate a topic you select. Choose a focus area aligned with your most pressing initiatives or something you’d like to learn more about. (Be sure to divide and conquer with your teammates!) A breadth of experiences will be shared amongst all, and you get to ask the questions you need answers to.

#1 Value Stream Mapping To Prevent Supply Chain Disruption
Don Lynch, Director, Supply Chain, Welch Allyn

#2
Achieving End-To-End Supply Chain Quality With Effective Supplier Partnerships
Greg Beach, Senior Director, Supply Chain, Seattle Children’s Hospital

#3
Prioritizing Security Improvements In The Global Medical Device Supply Chain
Joseph Mansfield, Director of Global Security Operations, GE Healthcare

#4
Successful Trading Partner Alignment
William Mosser, VP Materials Management, FMOL - Health System

#5 Metrics That Matter
Lora Cecere, Founder & CEO, Supply Chain Insights

#6 Building Your Supply Chain Infrastructure In Emerging Markets
Attendee-Led Free-Flow Discussion

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Don Lynch

Director, Supply Chain
Welch Allyn

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Greg Beach

Senior Director, Supply Chain
Seattle Children’s Hospital

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William Mosser

VP, Supply Chain Services
Franciscan Missionaries of our Lady Health Systems

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Joseph Mansfield

Director - Global Security Operations
GE Healthcare Performance Solutions

17:20 - 18:20 Written In The Stars Networking Cocktail Reception

You’ve spent two full days in the Big Easy gathering strategies to bring bigger ease to your supply chain. Now relax and unwind with new friends, long-time colleagues, food, drinks, and fun.

18:20 - 23:59 Conclusion Of Day Two