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People, Process and Provider: How to Turn Three Purchased Services Challenges into Levers that Add Value to Your Healthcare Organization

Posted By: Katie Regan / October 28, 2015

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When it comes to purchased services, hospitals face challenges aligning their stakeholders, establishing a process that works and handling contracted service providers. MD Buyline, the nation’s leader of purchased services technology and insight, and MediTract, the market leader of enterprise contract lifecycle management solutions, understand these three issues and will discuss such purchased services challenges and their solutions in a webinar on Tuesday, November 17 at 2 p.m. ET/1 p.m. CT. The presentation, titled People, Process and Provider: How to Turn Three Purchased Services Challenges into Levers that Add Value to Your Healthcare Organization, will feature speakers Peter Stelling, Chief Operating Officer; Eric Slimp, Operations Analyst; and Lyle Ellerbach, Vice President.

First, our experts will teach you how to recognize obstacles that are stopping your organization from optimizing its purchased services. Next, they will share real-life examples of premier healthcare organizations that have achieved success after recognizing and resolving purchased services challenges. You will also learn steps you can take today to improve your purchased services and add value across your organization.

For the information that will enhance your organization’s purchased services, register for the free, one-hour presentation, People, Process and Provider: How to Turn Three Purchased Services Challenges into Levers that Add Value to Your Healthcare Organization on Tuesday, November 17 at 2 p.m. ET/1 p.m. CT.

About the Author: Katie Regan

Katie Regan

Ms. Regan joined MD Buyline in 2013 with seven years of clinical research and medical writing experience. At MD Buyline, she is responsible for editorial contributions and public relations. She regularly contributes articles to hfm Magazine, Becker’s Hospital Review, Imaging Technology News and DOTmed. She currently serves as a member of the DOTmed HealthCare Business News Editorial Advisory Board. Ms. Regan received her Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Texas A&M University in 2007 and her master’s degree in chemistry at Rice University in 2010. She is a member of the American Association of Medical Writers and Association of Healthcare Journalists.