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Video creator/author: HIMSS
Url: https://www.himsslearn.org/surviving-and-thriving-how-mayo-clinic-integrated-health-system-supply-chain-and-analytics-during

COVID-19 has challenged every global health system to manage the surge in demand for care delivery, while ensuring health systems have the capacity, products and supplies needed to deliver quality and timely care for patients. A key driver of health system success in managing COVID-19 is the use of advanced analytics to create transparency of the demands placed on health systems and their capacity to meet these demands. Join us for a webinar with David Marcelletti, Vice Chair of Supply Chain at the Mayo Clinic, who will share how Mayo uses an integrated supply chain and analytics strategy that has allowed them to effectively serve their patient population, keep their clinicians and staff safe, and persevere through COVID-19 while planning for the post-pandemic future through data-driven decision-making.

Learning Objectives:

  • Examine the key role of advanced analytics in managing demands for COVID-19 care proactively, to optimize patient outcomes and mitigate the risks associated with COVID-19 infections
  • Identify the critical role of analytics in supply chain management during pandemic surge in demands for care across a multi-state health system
  • Examine key lessons learned as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold and how COVID-19 outcomes will be discussed relative to how learning will inform the future for health systems

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