Dr. Eugene Schneller, principal at Health Care Sector Advances, Inc. and professor at the Arizona State University Department of Supply Chain Management brings the most recent strategic thinking into practice for hospitals and GPOs. Dr. Schneller has served on the Strategic Planning Committee for the American College of Health Care Executives, and has been a trustee of the Barrow Neurological Foundation. Schneller served two terms on the state Medicaid advisory committee (AHCCCS), and his recent research is focused on standardization for clinical preference items, policy pertaining to the proliferation of hip and knee implants (Health Affairs 2009), and on the emergent and changing role of hospitalists (Health Care Management Review 2006). His paper on orchestration in the hospitalist movement was chosen as “Best Paper” at the 2007 annual meeting of the British Academy of Management. Schneller is chair of the World Congress on Health Care Supply Chain.
Dr. Natalia Wilson is board certified in internal medicine, and her clinical experience includes partnership in a community-based private internal medicine practice in Glendale, AZ where she focused on preventive medicine and women’s health. She is co-director of the Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium at Arizona State University (HSRC-ASU). Dr. Wilson’s research interests include the changing relationships between physicians, hospitals, suppliers and patients; physician engagement in the healthcare supply chain; graduate medical education; comparative effectiveness research; unique device identification;
“I had the privilege of working with Gene and Natalia at the Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium at ASU,” said Jay Reddy, founder and CEO of PSCI. “Gene’
“PSCI has a very unique approach to information management - and has taken a number of applications from other industries and applied them in health care for strategic decision making and physician integration,”
“PSCI’s patient risk analyzer is built on chronic disease risk models used clinically for patient care and in research, which provides credibility among clinicians. The patient risk analyzer is a powerful tool for providers to collect and present data to help optimize processes for quality patient care with an eye to cost and value. This becomes increasingly important for bundled payments and accountable care organizations,”
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Quality analytics and decision support for hospitals and ACOs. Model Quality-of-Care in context of cost. Quality-cost visibility and what-if modeling to improve provider performance;