2016 Spring IDN Summit & Reverse Expo

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Senior Director
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The IDN Summit and Reverse Expo brings together senior healthcare executives and their GPO and supplier partners to improve healthcare delivery through a more effective supply chain, utilizing data analysis, sharing of insight and experience, and a multitude of tools to navigate healthcare reform.
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Health system CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, CNO, Chief Supply Chain Officer, VP of Supply Chain, VP of Materials Management, VP of ERP, Corporate Director of Supply Chain Management, VP of Pharmacy Services, VP of Group Purchasing, Director of Pharmacy Services, Director of Value Analysis, Director of Administration Services, Director of Logistics, Director of Purchasing, Director of Sourcing, Director of Strategic Sourcing, Manager of Contracting, Contract Negotiator, Director of Capital Planning and others. Senior executives from GPOs, Regional Buying Cooperatives, and Industry Trade and Purchasing Groups. CEO, President, VP Sales, VP of Marketing, Director of National Accounts, National Accounts Managers, Director of Corporate Accounts, Regional Sales Managers, IDN Director and others from healthcare supplier companies.
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Unlike a traditional trade show, the IDN Summit's Reverse Expo features healthcare purchase-decision makers (e.g. Senior VP of Strategic Sourcing, VP Supply Chain, Director of Contracting and Procurement, Director of Materials Management, among others) staffing booths hosting their GPO and supplier partners. This format provides a unique opportunity for all parties to effectively and efficiently use their time and resources. The exhibiting healthcare executives are actively seeking ways to improve their supply chain network through their participating in the Reverse Expo. Suppliers have unlimited access to each exhibitor during the open hours of the Reverse Expo which afford you the most cost-effective manner of visiting these systems.

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