Free online webinar
The Commport Team has been assisting the Healthcare and many other industries in automating their procurement processes since 1985. Recent developments in Canadian Healthcare Procurement, such as procurement function regionalization and group purchasing initiative growth, have greatly reduced the price of supplies, but further reductions and improvements can be made. The utilization of electronic commerce technologies in procurement allows for improved economies directly at the heart of the supply chain function: streamlined resources and processes.
Commport is determined to bring light to this important subject
Speakers from the Canadian Healthcare Community will demonstrate the many proven ways technology can benefit the healthcare supply chain. Attendees will learn how to turn the procurement process from an expense to a strategic, cost-effective account, allowing them to redirect the valuable time and resources of clinical staff from logistics and procurement tasks to patient care and safety.
This free webinar will feature speakers from both the Healthcare Industry and the Healthcare Providers Community, and will be an occasion for attendees from both sectors to discuss alternative solutions to improve business relationships in ways that current contracting efforts cannot.
Brian Lewis, President and CEO at MEDEC
For more than 40 years, MEDEC, as the association representing Canada’s medical technology companies, has been working in partnership with health care providers, patients and governments to contribute to better health and more sustainable healthcare for Canadians.
MEDEC and our members work collaboratively with governments and our healthcare partners on initiatives to remove barriers to patient access to innovative new technologies and it’s clear that there’s increasingly greater recognition of the immense potential that the medical technology industry offers. (Source)
More Speakes to be Announced Soon
We have a day packed full of speakers from healthcare and retail. Please check back shortly for for more speaker information.