Procurement and supply chain managers in the health and aged care sectors are continuously searching for opportunities to deliver better outcomes for all their stakeholders – especially patients.
There are a range of opportunities available for health procurement practitioners to drive efficiencies, lower cost or improve quality - including reforming and/or centralising procurement operations, P2P systems and early supplier engagement – however determining which areas to focus on, and how to best execute is a significant challenge.
The 2nd annual HealthProcure 2016 conference, being held from 16-18 February in Melbourne, will once again bring together leading procurement and supply chain managers from all aspects of health and aged care to share their experiences, latest strategies and case studies to help you achieve procurement excellence in your organisation.
Addressing the key challenges facing procurement and supply chain managers in Australia’s health and aged care sectors:
- Reforming and transforming procurement operations to achieve excellence
- Designing long term supplier engagement approaches to achieve better procurement outcomes
- Maximising purchasing benefits by improving internal communication strategies during complex operations
- Streamlining procurement to pay processes (P2P) to maximise competitiveness
- Stimulating procurement performance through effective leadership
- Delivering more cost efficient procurement outcomes by designing agile operations
- Analysing how to reduce potential risks when procuring goods and services in the healthcare sector
For full conference details please download the conference brochure http://bit.ly/1ioW1uA.
Register before 30 October and save up to $1000 on standard delegate pricing!
Register online here or call the Quest Events booking hotline on +61 (0)2 9977 0565 for assistance.
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