Controlling spend on your high-value supplies is becoming even more critical with the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care. Data analytics has the power to change behavior and enhance visibility of cost, in real-time, as supplies are used in high-cost procedural areas like the Cath Lab. Leveraging inventory data can help you build awareness for your clinicians and physicians around the expense and episode-based costs that are flowing through the procedure area.

Learn how RFID-enabled automation with a data analytics platform is empowering health systems to reduce variability, drive down costs, and prepare for managing CMS bundled payments for cardiac care.

Featured Speakers:

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Peter Mallow, PhD

Director Health Economics, Outcomes Research, & Reimbursement
Cardinal Health
Pete is a researcher whose interest is in better understanding complex social systems, and how decisions are made with respect to uncertainty, value, efficiency, and equity. His methodological expertise is in conducting economic evaluations and outcomes research to make explicit the trade-offs involved in these complex decisions. Pete has been with Cardinal Health serving as the Program Director, Health Economics, Market Access, Reimbursement for the last 2 years. Prior to that he was the Associate Director, with a Clinical Trial Consulting Company.
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Jeff Porubcansky

Director, Trusted Advisement
Cardinal Health™ Inventory Management Solutions
Jeff is the National Director of Account Management for Cardinal Health™ Inventory Management Solutions. As a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Jeff has spent the last 9 years at Cardinal Health working with healthcare providers to improve efficiencies and lower costs. Upon joining Cardinal Health, Jeff ran inbound and outbound operations for the National Logistics Center helping hospitals optimize their supply chain. Jeff is based in Boston, MA and graduated from Otterbein University.
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