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Tom Harvieux 
Vice President & Chief Supply Chain Officer
BJC Healthcare

Chris McDown            
Senior Vice President, Member Business Ventures 

Don Stutsman                
Vice President, Member Business Ventures    

Rebecca Morrill               
Senior Director, Member Business Ventures 


Aggregation groups were created to help independent hospitals choose supplies and initiate processes to ensure members commit a high percentage of their purchasing to group contracts. As value-based care takes hold, aggregation groups have evolved to help members also address new challenges, including: clinical alignment, physician preference supply use, care delivery models, and the application of advanced analytics to drive better decisions.

During the webinar, we will discuss the evolution of health care aggregation groups, the different facets of aggregation group participation, and how aggregation groups add value. We will explore the success drivers and challenges in health care aggregation and how partnering with the right aggregation group can help you achieve your organizational goals.

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  • Identify the three types of aggregation groups and how they add value
  • Recognize the success drivers and challenges associated with aggregation
  • Determine your organization’s readiness to join an aggregation group      

Tools & Takeaways:

Whitepaper: "It's Time to Rethink Health Care Aggregation"

Recommended for:

CEO, CFO, VPs of supply chain  

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge 
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Intermediate                             
Pre-work: None                            
Prerequisites: Knowledgeable of healthcare processes and operations
Contact hours: 1.0


HFMA members: Free, included with membership                                   
Non-members: Webinars are not available to non-members. For unlimited access to these webinars and all HFMA benefits, join today.

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Note: This on-demand webinar is available until September 11, 2019.