Healthcare Materials Management Society of NJ
is proud to present
AHA Single Use Device Reprocessing
Performance Improvement Measure Update
Toys for Tots Collection!
As part of this holiday meeting, please bring an unwrapped toy
for our annual Toys for Tots collection
December 11, 2019 5pm - 8pm
At the Holiday Inn, Clark, NJ
Thank you to the provider of today's speaker:
About This Program
Single-use medical device (SUD) reprocessing is a prime example of a CQO and sustainability initiative. Reprocessing, or remanufacturing medical devices) delivers cost reduction, quality medical devices, and proven patient care outcomes. FDA-regulated commercial reprocessors help hospitals responsibly use resources, achieve cost-savings, and promote environmental sustainability.
From this session you will learn:
- Bottom line CQO benefits
- How to engage clinicians
- Overcoming reported challenges
- Regulations, policies, and standards
Who Should Attend: EVERYONE! Directors of Materials Management, Supply Chain/Resource Managers, Patient Experience Professionals, Infection Control Practitioners, O.R. Managers/Staff, Support Services Management, Environmental Services, and Corporate VP of Supply Chain Management.
Adam Robinson, Senior Commercial Director, Cardinal Health
Adam Robinson is the Senior Commercial Director of Cardinal Health's Sustainable Technologies, Single Use Device Reprocessing business where he overseas sales, marketing, field service, customer logistics, and business operations functions. Prior to working at Cardinal Health, Adam worked within healthcare sourcing and vendor management for nine years at two Harvard Academic teaching IDNs, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Partners Healthcare System. In addition to managing reprocessing contracts and relationships, his primary responsibilities included leading cross-functional value analysis teams consisting of materials management, contracting, nursing and physician leadership to drive cost savings for clinical and physician preference products. Through his work with the value analysis teams he delivered and documented demonstrable cost and utilization reductions, completed numerous product evaluations and implemented complex product conversions for surgery, radiology, endoscopy, and pain management departments.
Adam has sat on numerous councils and committees both within an academic hospital setting as well as nationally within group purchasing organizations, and is currently the sitting Chairperson of the Board for the Association of Medical Device Reprocessors. He has coauthored two supply chain cost reduction publications, presented nationally on the topic of robotically assisted laparoscopic surgery education, and has been cited in healthcare supply chain articles published by Healthcare Purchasing News, The Wall Street Journal, and Modern Healthcare.
Adam earned his Finance-Economics Bachelor of Science Degree from Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Agenda & Location
- Registration & Appetizers 5:00-5:50pm
- Steve Faup, President HMMS-NJ
- Education Session 6:00-7:00pm
- Dinner and Adjournment 7:00-8:00pm
The Holiday Inn
36 Valley Rd, Clark, NJ 07066
There will be no charge for HMMS-NJ members who attend: however, you still must register for this program.
Non-Members Fee is $40.00 and payable at the door
Please include names, titles, and e-mail addresses of those registering as well as the facility name, your direct phone number, and how many in your party will stay for dinner.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Credits will be applied for by HMMS-NJ and be sent to all attendees requesting them.
Thank you for joining