Moving Forward with a Resilient Supply Chain

  • May 24, 2022
  • 6:00PM-7:30PM
  • Virtual Via ACHE LMS - HLNY MEMBERS ONLY

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The COVID-19 pandemic created an increase demand for commonly used equipment including PPE, nasopharyngeal swabs, viral tests kits and ventilators. This panel will provide insights on what respective organizations were able to accomplish to protect their employees and to optimize care delivery for their patients and community, in direct response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Attendees will learn what measures to take in their organization for future preparedness and emergencies.

Date: Tuesday, May 24th 2022
Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm ET
Location: Virtual Via ACHE LMS
Restricted to Current HLNY MEMBERS ONLY (capacity: 90)

Moderator:

Judith Lilivois, MBA
South Region Director, Supply Chain Logistics and Technology
New-York Presbyterian Hospital/ BMH, LMH, NYPQ

Ms. Lilavois is a highly motivated, dedicated and goal-oriented Healthcare professional with 30+ years of experience, and more than 20 years in healthcare management. Currently, Judith is the Director of Supply Chain Logistics and Technology at New-York Presbyterian covering Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, Lower Manhattan Hospital and New-York Presbyterian Queens Hospital.

Judith has a great ability to organize, prioritize and work under extreme pressure in a fast-changing organization with extensive experience in operations, supply chain and logistics management. Committed to improving efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and providing quality service, Ms. Lilavois also has strong communication, problem resolution, and leadership skills with a strong history of managing projects from initial conception through development. She is committed to coaching, training and development of individuals and teams and mentoring the next generation of future leaders.

In her current role as South Region Director, she is responsible for the strategic oversight and management of supply chain logistics and technology for the Procurement and Strategic Sourcing Department. Primary responsibilities include Receiving, Internal Distribution, Replenishment, Shipping, General Stores, Strategic Planning, Strategic Inventory Management and Control, and Equipment Center Operations across the three sites. Additionally, Judith is responsible for leading change and driving employee engagement, as well as implementing, monitoring, and managing supply chain operations for all inpatient areas, peri-operative services, the emergency departments and assigned ambulatory areas.

She also serves as an Administrator on Call at the Weill-Cornell site for overall administrative operations of the Hospital on evenings, nights, weekends and Holidays and takes on the role of Incident Commander, Logistics Chief or Operations Chief as dictated by emergency or non- emergency situations requiring Hospital Command Center activation.

Judith has been an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and Healthcare Leaders of New York (HLNY) for many years. She has served on the Healthcare Executive Magazine Advisory Board for ACHE. She has served as Board Member at Large for all Territories, chaired the Membership committee and co-chaired the Diversity and Inclusion Committee for HLNY. Judith is also an active member of the Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) and has served as a member of their nominating committee. She has served as a Mentor for the Health Professional Mentorship Program for the National Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives (AHHE). Judith is also an Advisory Board Member for the Urban Assembly School for Collaborative Healthcare.

Judith received her undergraduate degree in Healthcare Administration and Master of Business Administration in Executive Management from St. John’s University.

Panelists:

Carlos Maceda, MBA
Chief Supply Chain Office
Mount Sinai Health System

Carlos currently serves as the Chief Supply Chain Officer at Mount Sinai Health System. He received his Master of Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and Bachelor of Science from Bloomfield College.

 

Jeffrey Ashkenase, MPA
Group Vice President
End-to-End Supply Chain

Jeffrey Ashkenase oversees the End to End Supply Chain offerings at Premier which includes the co-management value analysis and clinical and financial improvement offerings of Nexera. He has worked in the healthcare industry for more than 20 years in the nonprofit, managed care, group purchasing, and government settings. Throughout his career, he has been responsible for managing costs, implementing systems, optimizing the supply chain, and improving decision support and the budgeting process through the use of data and technology. Jeffrey has a track record of managing change effectively and improving the financial performance of both his clients and his company.

Prior to the acquisition of Acuirty and Nexera by Premier Jeffrey served as Executive Vice President of Nexera and its sister group purchasing organization Acurity, where he oversaw the Business Solutions Group, Strategic Contracting Services, Project Management, Technology, and Business Intelligence .

Jeff is a seasoned speaker and educator. He has given presentations at national healthcare conferences, such as the Becker’s Hospital Review Annual Meeting, the Premier Annual Breakthroughs Conference and Exhibition, AHRMM Conference and Exhibition, IDN Summit and Reverse Exposition, PeopleSoft’s HEUG Conference, and the Puerto Rico Hospital Association Annual Meeting. In addition, Jeff was a contributor to the book The Healthcare Supply Chain: Best Practices for Operating at the Intersection of Cost, Quality, and Outcomes, which was released in 2018 by Nexera and Acurity. In 2021 the Journal of Healthcare Contracting was selected as one of the Ten People to Watch.

He has served on Premier’s Strategic Advisory Committee, the Global Healthcare Exchange Product Council, the Coalition of Healthcare eStandards, the Federation of American Hospitals Exposition Advisory Committee, and the Healthcare Supply Chain Association Exposition Steering Committee in addition to various Premier technology committees. He has also served as an adjunct professor for Long Island University’s Master of Public Administration program.

Before joining the Greater New York Hospital Association family of businesses, he was Associate Vice President of Finance at Maimonides Medical Center, where his responsibilities included overseeing the budget, decision support department and materials management, and business information systems.

Jeff earned his Bachelor of Arts from SUNY Albany and his Master of Public Administration from NYU Wagner.

Lisa Lieberman
Senior Director, Supply Chain and Sustaining Care Services Operations
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Lisa Lieberman is an accomplished health care and non-profit executive with over 25 years experience in fast paced, matrixed and mission driven organizations. Much of her career has been at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where she has held positions of increasing responsibility, in outpatient operations, large scale strategic project management and development, and Supply Chain. Lisa currently holds the role of Senior Director, Supply Chain Operations, overseeing Purchasing, Informatics & Business Intelligence, Finance, and spearheading new initiatives and programs such as Asset Management and Supplier Diversity. Prior to this role, Lisa oversaw the operations at several outpatient facilities, and served as the liaison between design/construction teams and clinical and administrative leadership on the detailed execution of MSK’s strategic plan including the development of multiple new site locations and programs in the New York City and tri-state area. 

Lisa received a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University and holds MBA/MPH degrees from Columbia University.  In her free time, she volunteers for several boards/advisory councils and enjoys travelling and hiking.

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Registration

We are excited to utilize ACHE’s Virtual F2F platform to provide Face-to-Face credits. This interactive programming is limited to 90 participants and will be available to members only. 

Due to the high demand for this program and the F2F credits, please register only if you are confident you will be able to attend. If your schedule changes, please cancel your registration to make space for other participants. Refunds will not be provided for cancellations submitted by midnight, Sunday, May 22nd.

Attendees can receive up to 1.5 virtual face-to-face (F2F) ACHE credits. 

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Step 2:  After you have registered through Eventbrite, you will see instructions to visit ACHE.org both in the on screen order confirmation as well as in the email confirmation. Please navigate to ACHE.org from that link to register with ACHE. Step by step instructions can be seen here: https://hlny.org/how-to-register-for-a-virtual-face-to-face-event/ 

Step 3: Once you have registered through ACHE.org, you will receive confirmation emails from ACHE.org to the email address linked with your ACHE.org account. This will include instructions on how to access their Learning Management System (LMS). The Zoom Webinar will be directly accessible from this system. If you have any problems with this step, please contact Sandra McGarry at SMcGarry@ache.org.

Please note: F2F credits will be given based on attendance as documented in the LMS system. It is critical that you follow all steps above in order to receive your credits!

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