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SCAN Health European Procurement Summit 2018 In partnership with NHS NW Procurement Development

Manchester, United Kingdom

October 4th, 2018


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Table of Contents Welcome Message............................................................................................................................................................................................. 2 Event Overview .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Programme At-a-Glance ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Full Programme .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5 About the Speakers ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 General Information ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 18

Thank You to Our Sponsors! The Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (SCAN Health) and NHS North West Procurement Development gratefully acknowledge the generous support of our sponsors.


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Welcome Message On behalf of the Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (SCAN Health) and the NHS North West Procurement Development, it is our pleasure to welcome you to the inaugural SCAN Health European Procurement Summit 2018. Through this Summit we will build international collaboration and knowledge exchange among key leaders and professionals in North America, Europe and Australia. Our focus is to examine the opportunity for innovative procurement models informed by real-world evidence to achieve value for health systems globally. The dynamic programme features speakers from five nations bringing unique global perspectives to the plenaries. Opportunities and challenges to advance innovative procurement models will be explored and discussed to achieve sustainability for health systems and value for stakeholders and citizens. The key themes to be examined include: Supply Chain Maturity: Profiles new evidence demonstrating how supply chain infrastructure creates real-world evidence to inform decisions and value for global populations. International Collaboration: Facilitates exchange between global health systems to accelerate transformation and translate lessons learned into country-specific contexts. Global Joint Registries: Explores how data and outcomes captured from joint registries inform systemlevel service delivery and procurement and enables learning and collaboration across global health systems to achieve value for patients. Value-based Procurement: Demonstrates the impact of value-based procurement models on cost savings, improved efficiency and enhanced patient outcomes with specific examples within the NHS. We sincerely appreciate the unwavering support of our sponsors, partners and incredible group of delegates who are joining us in Manchester for this pivotal Summit. We look forward to the exchange of new knowledge and the innovative collaborations that will be achieved. By working with our partners, we can drive supply chain transformation, achieve ground-breaking joint registry collaboration and advance value-based procurement in health systems to improve sustainability and population health outcomes. Sincerely,

Dr. Anne Snowdon, BScN, MSc, PhD, FAAN Professor, Strategy and Entrepreneurship Scientific Director & CEO, SCAN Health Academic Chair, World Health Innovation Network Odette School of Business


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Event Overview The Event The SCAN Health European Procurement Summit 2018 provides a rare opportunity to foster global dialogue and collaboration among key leaders and professionals in North America and Europe to examine the opportunity for innovative procurement models informed by real world evidence to achieve value for health systems globally. Partners and participants from industry, health systems, governments and academia, will bring their unique perspectives to this exclusive event to advance innovation procurement models informed by real world evidence emerging from supply chain infrastructure. Collaboration across global health systems will be explored for the potential to accelerate solutions to real world challenges such as patient safety and health system sustainability, informed by evidence of outcomes that achieves value for global populations. The SCAN Health European Procurement Event is generously hosted by and in partnership with NHS North West Procurement Development as a pre-event opportunity to the Excellence in Supply Awards 2018. These prestigious awards recognize private sector organizations working with the NHS for the delivery of high quality, effective and efficient patient care. The Evidence The one-day event profiles new evidence of innovation procurement practices based on real world evidence emerging from scale supply chain infrastructure across global borders. World renowned speakers from industry, health systems, government and academia share their insights into how supply chain infrastructure creates real world evidence to inform decisions and define value for populations. The Experience Interactive presentations facilitated between expert panels and the audience, and breakout networking sessions enable the exchange of knowledge and expertise to build collaboration and leadership capacity across global health systems. The Highlights The exclusive event will include evidence of value of innovation procurement models, product registry collaboration across global jurisdictions to enable post-market surveillance of quality and safety outcomes; the engagement of clinician leadership in supply chain transformation; and the sharing of seminal research on the value, and the impact of integrated data systems and predictive analytics tools.


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Programme At-a-Glance

European Procurement Summit 2018

in partnership with the NHS NW Procurement Development

Thursday, October 4th, 2018 from 8:30 – 16:60 The Midland | 16 Peter St, Manchester M60 2DS, UK 8:30 – 9:00

Registration and Breakfast

9:00 – 9:15

Introduction and Opening Remarks

9:15 – 10:15

Keynote: Evidence of Impact of Innovation Procurement Models

10:15 – 10:45

Networking Break

10:55 – 12:15

SCAN Health: Building International Collaboration to Advance Supply Chain Maturity to Inform Innovation Procurement Models in Health Systems

12:15 – 13:15

Networking Lunch

13:15 – 14:30

International Collaboration Among Global Orthopedic Registries as a Strategic Opportunity to Drive Value for Populations Leveraging Real World Evidence of Outcomes and Value

14:30 – 14:45

Comfort Break

14:45 – 15:45

Value Based Procurement – An Alternative Approach to Total Cost Reduction, Improved Efficiency and Enhanced Patient Outcomes in the NHS

15:45 – 16:15

Keynote: Ben Bridgewater

16:15 – 16:30

Conclusion and Closing Remarks

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Full Programme 8:30 – 9:00 | Registration 9:00 – 9:15 | Introduction and Opening Remarks 9:15 – 10:15 | Keynote: Evidence of Impact of Innovation Procurement Models • Dr. Anne Snowdon, Scientific Director & Chief Executive Officer, SCAN Health (CAN) 10:15 – 10:45 | Networking Break 10:45 – 12:15 | SCAN Health: Building International Collaboration to Advance Supply Chain Maturity to Inform Innovation Procurement Models in Health Systems Panelists will examine trends in supply chain maturity in health systems and discuss opportunities for international collaboration across global health systems to disseminate knowledge, building health system capacity for real world evidence and impact on health system performance by leveraging supply chain infrastructure in health systems. Opportunities to engage industry experts, academic teams, health system leaders and government officials to strengthen supply chain maturity across global health systems will be discussed by panel members. • Mr. Paul Broadbridge, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Bridge Consulting (AUS) • Dr. Kevin Fenton, Director of Health & Wellbeing, Public Health England (UK) • Mr. Blain Newton, Executive Vice President, HIMSS Analytics (US) • Mr. David O’Toole, President & Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CAN) • Dr. Hakim Yadi, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Health Science Alliance Ltd. (UK) Moderated by: Dr. Anne Snowdon, Scientific Director & Chief Executive Officer, SCAN Health (CAN) 12:15 – 13:15 | Networking Lunch


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13:15 – 14:30 | International Collaboration Among Global Orthopedic Registries as a Strategic Opportunity to Drive Value for Populations Leveraging Real World Evidence of Outcomes and Value This plenary will profile the cross-jurisdiction collaboration between Canada and England to examine supply chain infrastructure (ex. tracking and traceability of joint implants) and health system value by leveraging Orthopedic Joint Registry data and outcomes. The collaboration focuses on creating real world evidence of value for Canadian and UK citizens who have undergone joint replacement surgery. Evidence of value for patients, health systems and evidence to inform manufacturers of product performance for global populations is a key focus of this global collaboration to inform decisions and best outcomes for joint implant surgeries. Opportunities to engage and develop advanced analytics and predictive tools to further inform clinician decisions and health system capacity leveraging international joint registry data will be discussed. • Dr. Randy V. Bradley, Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, University of Tennessee (US) • Mr. Brian Mangan, Deputy Director, NHS NW Procurement Development (UK) • Mr. Jitendra Prasad, Chief Program Officer Contracting, Procurement and Supply Management, Alberta Health Services (CAN) • Prof. Phil Turner, Orthopaedic Consultant & President Elect of British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) (UK) • Mr. Greg Webster, Director, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CAN) Moderated by: Mr. Richard Armstrong, Head of Health Registries, Northgate Public Services (UK) 14:30 – 14:45 | Comfort Break 14:45 – 15:45 | Value Based Procurement – An Alternative Approach to Total Cost Reduction, Improved Efficiency and Enhanced Patient Outcomes in the NHS In this session, industry and NHS representatives will share their views and experiences as to the challenges and opportunities in adopting value-based procurement. Delegates will hear how theory is being put into practice in health systems across Europe, progress made in promoting VBP within the English NHS and practical legal guidance for potential application of VBP practices. Also, hear how the Department of Health Future Operating Model for procurement is encouraging Category Tower Service Providers to consider wider opportunities for costs savings across the patient pathway. • Mr. Robert McGough, Partner, Hill Dickinson LLP (UK) • Mr. Andrew Smallwood, Head of Sourcing, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (UK) • Mr. Yves Verboven, Director Access & Economic Policies, MedTech Europe (BEL) • Mr. Alan Wain, Interim Chief Operating Officer, Supply Chain Coordination Limited, Management Function of the NHS Supply Chain (UK) Moderated by: Mr. Brian Mangan, Deputy Director, NHS NW Procurement Development (UK) 15:45 – 16:15 | Keynote • Dr. Ben Bridgewater, CEO, Health Innovation Manchester (UK) 16:15 – 16:30 | Conclusion and Closing Remarks


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About the Speakers Dr. Randy V. Bradley, Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, University of Tennessee Dr. Randy V. Bradley is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management in the Haslam College of Business at The University of Tennessee. He holds a Ph.D. in Management of Information Technology (IT) and Innovation, an M.S. in Management Information Systems, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering, all from Auburn University. As a supply chain and healthcare IT strategist and researcher, Dr. Bradley’s expertise includes the strategic application of business analytics and IT in the supply chain, with an emphasis on the healthcare sector. Dr. Bradley’s business background includes consulting on IT outsourcing transitions, large-scale systems integration projects, and supply chain transformation initiatives as an independent consultant, employee of Camber Operations and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), and as a Systems Engineer for Southwire Company. He has consulted for a variety of organizations, including General Motors Locomotive Division, Alabama Department of Transportation, Pratt & Whitney, Ford Healthcare, North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System, and various agencies within the U.S. Department of Defense. Dr. Bradley’s research interests and expertise include the interplay between IT strategy and supply chain performance, strategic application of business analytics, adoption and diffusion of IT in the healthcare domain, IT governance, and enterprise architecture. His research has appeared or is forthcoming in the Journal of Business

Logistics, Decision Sciences Journal, Journal of Management Information Systems, MIS Quarterly Executive, Information Systems Journal, Journal of Information Technology, and Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics, among others. He is a highly sought-after speaker, and he has presented at numerous academic, professional, and corporate conferences and events. Additionally, Dr. Bradley has been recognized for his excellence in teaching, his leadership in promoting diversity and inclusion in academia, and his impact in industry as evidenced by numerous awards and recognitions, including the National Association of Black Accountants 2017 National Achievement in Education Award, designation as a Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Fellow, and past nomination for the Tennessee HIMSS Emerging Healthcare IT Leader of the Year Award.


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Dr. Ben Bridgewater, Chief Executive Officer, Health Innovation Manchester Ben Bridgewater is the Chief Executive of Health Innovation Manchester, the new organisation formed by the merger of Manchester’s Academic Health Science Centre and Academic Health Science Networks to drive innovation into the needs of the devolved city region of Greater Manchester. Prior to joining Health Innovation Manchester, Ben worked for global technology company DXC Technology as the Director of the Healthcare and Lifesciences Global Build Advisory Team. Until January 2016, he was a cardiac surgeon at the University Hospital of South Manchester for nearly 18 years. Ben also provided clinical leadership at the National Institute for Cardiovascular Outcomes Research, UCL, for the UK national cardiac audit programme and led analyses that provided UK hospital and surgeon cardiac surgery mortality rates to the public. He also led the unique national programme to publish activity and mortality for 5,000 surgeons in 12 specialties on behalf of NHS England. Over his career to date Ben has been awarded several national prizes including nomination as one of the HSJ Top 50 Innovators in Health 2013 and 2014.

Mr. Paul Broadbridge, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Bridge Consulting Paul Broadbridge is a procurement, supply chain and business improvement leader who has worked at a State and National level in the Australian Healthcare system for over 12 years leading ‘whole of system’ procurement and supply chain initiatives to improve healthcare system outcomes. He has held numerous leadership roles to bring the healthcare community together to ensure that system change focuses not just on the what, but the why. Paul works both nationally and globally in the healthcare industry to develop collaborative relationships that bring industry together to deliver tangible improvements to the way procurement and supply chain supports healthcare. This is through a combination of advocacy, strategy, business development, and program management. Paul is passionate about driving change in healthcare, and through his former roles as Chief Digital Supply Chain Officer in the Australian Digital Health Agency, and Deputy Director, Procurement and Supply Chain Management for South Australia Health he has had the unique opportunity to lead programs of work to develop a digital health supply chain strategy for Australia, leading a whole of State (Province) transformation program to transition the organisation to a centre led model and increase the utilisation of GS1 standards and solutions across the industry.


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Dr. Kevin Fenton, Strategic Director of Place and Wellbeing, London Borough of Southwark As Strategic Director, Prof. Kevin Fenton, MD, PhD, FFPH, leads a newly created Place and Wellbeing department bringing together the council’s portfolios on planning, regeneration, community and voluntary sector engagement and public health. This innovative integration of the council’s major place-based programmes will focus on ensuring that changes taking place across the borough help in transforming, engaging and supporting local communities to be healthier, connected, resilient and economically productive. Prof. Kevin Fenton is the Public Health England National Director for Health and Wellbeing. In this role he oversees PHE's national prevention programmes including screening for cancer and other conditions, Health Checks, national health marketing campaigns, public mental health, and a range of wellbeing programmes for infants, youth, adults and older adults. The Health and Wellbeing Directorate also leads PHE's Health Equity portfolio with a range of programmes and activities focused on addressing the social determinants of health and promoting settingsbased approaches to health improvement. Professor Fenton was previously the director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a position he held for seven years from November 2005. He also served as chief of CDC’s National Syphilis Elimination Effort and has worked in research, epidemiology, and the prevention of HIV and other STDs since 1995. Previously he was the director of the HIV and STI Department at the United Kingdom’s Health Protection Agency. He attended medical school in Jamaica, obtained his master's in public health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and PhD in Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the University College London. He has authored or co-authored more than 250 peer-reviewed scientific articles and policy reports. He is a speaker in great demand and speaks Spanish and French.


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Mr. Robert McGough, Partner, Hill Dickinson LLP Robert specialises in commercial healthcare work and has led on several high-profile joint ventures for both national and international healthcare clients. He has extensive experience of developing value based contracting models and has worked in co-ordination with ICHOM in the Netherlands and Sweden as well as Wales on the development of value based contracting models.

Mr. Brian Mangan, Deputy Director, NHS NW Procurement Development A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply, qualified with a Masters Degree in Management Studies, Brian joined the NHS in 2004 from Royal Mail, as Head of Procurement at The Walton Centre, moving to lead procurement at Wrightington, Wigan & Leigh NHS Foundation Trust. In 2013 he moved to establish NHS NW Procurement Development, where he is now Deputy Director. He has been actively involved since 2014 regionally, nationally and internationally promoting and developing “Value based procurement� across healthcare and industry, gaining support for this approach as a means for maximising savings opportunities across the patient pathway and improving patient outcomes.


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Mr. Blain Newton, Executive Vice President, HIMSS Analytics In the role of Executive Vice President, Mr. Blain Newton functions as General Manager of HIMSS Analytics, a leading global healthcare IT market research and analytics firm. Blain has nearly 20 years of experience in the healthcare technology industry, holding leadership roles in finance, product strategy, and operations around the world at companies including IDX Systems Corporation, GE Healthcare, Allscripts, and Arthur Andersen. Mr. Newton has been with HIMSS Analytics since 2012 following the acquisition by HIMSS of the market research firm CapSite, where he served as CEO. Blain lives in Vermont with his wife, son, and 4 dogs.

Mr. David O’Toole, President & Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Institute for Health Information As CIHI’s president and CEO, David O’Toole leads the organization in identifying the health information priorities for Canadian healthcare systems, in collaboration with federal, provincial and territorial governments. This includes providing to these jurisdictions integrated health information that contributes to the improvement of population health outcomes and health system performance. Prior to joining CIHI, Mr. O’Toole spent more than 20 years in the Ontario public sector, including appointments as Deputy Minister of Natural Resources, Deputy Minister of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry; and Assistant Deputy Minister in the Cabinet Office. He began his career in health care, working in both the public and private sectors in Canada and the United States. Mr. O’Toole has served as commissioner for the Ontario Public Service Commission and on the Executive Development Committee of the Ontario Public Service. He is a graduate of Queen’s University, and of the Executive Program of the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. Mr. O’Toole is Chair of the Board of the Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) and former member of the board of directors of the Institute on Governance.


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Mr. Jitendra Prasad, Chief Program Officer Contracting, Procurement and Supply Management, Alberta Health Services Jitendra Prasad (JP) is the Chief Program Officer (CPO) of Contracting, Procurement & Supply Management (CPSM) for Alberta Health Services (AHS). AHS is tasked with coordinating the delivery of health supports and services across the province. JP has an undergraduate degree in Pharmacy and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Alberta, Edmonton.

Mr. Andrew Smallwood, Head of Sourcing, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership

Andy has worked within procurement management in the NHS for in excess of 20 years focussed mainly in the medical devices area. Having undertaken national roles within the NHS in England with NHS PASA and NHS Supply Chain Andy has spent the past 7 years as Head of Sourcing at NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (NWSSP). A strong believer and practitioner of evidence-based procurement, Andy is the founder of the Orthopaedic Data Evaluation Panel and also a co-opted member of the National Joint Registry Steering Committee. Within NWSSP Andy is leading the introduction of a Value Based Procurement approach in support of NHS Wales’ Prudent and Value Based Healthcare agenda.


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Dr. Anne Snowdon, Scientific Director & Chief Executive Officer, SCAN Health Dr. Anne Snowdon is a Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Academic Chair of the World Health Innovation Network (WIN) and Scientific Director and CEO of SCAN Health, a Networks of Centres of Excellence International Knowledge Translation Platform located at the University of Windsor’s Odette School of Business. Dr. Snowdon leads the work of the first Canadian health innovation centre with formal ties to the U.S., building collaborative partnerships between the two countries to advance the health of populations and accelerate health system innovation in both countries to achieve sustainability, economic value and productivity by providing support for innovators and entrepreneurs to successfully bring their discoveries to the Canadian, U.S. and world markets. Currently, Dr. Snowdon is leading over 15 innovation research initiatives across seven Canadian provinces that collaborate with government, health professionals, private industry, foundations and families. She is the current Vice Chair of the Board of the Directors for Alberta Innovates, a board member for the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) and has recently been appointed to the Health Futures Council of Arizona State University (ASU). She is also an Associate Professor to the adjunct academic staff of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen’s University, Adjunct Faculty at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Windsor and Adjunct Faculty at the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University. Dr. Snowdon has published more than 140 research articles, papers and cases, has received over $22 million in research funding, holds patents and has commercialized a highly successful booster seat product for children traveling in vehicles. She holds a PhD in Nursing from the University of Michigan, an MSc from McGill University and BScN from Western University. She is a Fulbright Scholar, a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurses and received the CIHR Partnership Award for her partnership with the automotive industry focused on injury prevention for children.


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Prof. Phil Turner, Orthopaedic Consultant, President Elect British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) Professor Philip Turner has been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon based at Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, UK since 1990. He is the senior surgeon in the department and specialises in all aspects of knee surgery having established a tertiary referral unit for complex knee problems. His clinical interests are in sports injuries of the knee, complex knee ligament reconstructions, the arthritic knee in younger patients, disorders of the patello-femoral joint and the failed knee replacement. He is a Council and Executive member of the BOA and President from 2018 to 2019. He has previously been the North West Orthopaedic Training Programme Director, Head of the HENW School of Surgery, Chair of the Confederation of Post-Graduate Schools of Surgery and Chair of the BOA Training Standards and Curriculum Committee. He has been involved in surgical education throughout his career and has been the Chair of the IQA Committee of the Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Examinations. He was awarded the Fellowship of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers of the RCS Edinburgh in 2016. He is active in promoting research and service delivery in his role as a domain clinical lead in the Manchester Academic Health Science Centre and Chair of the Greater Manchester Orthopaedic Alliance. He holds an Honorary Professorship in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Salford.


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Mr. Yves Verboven, Director Access & Economic Policies, MedTech Europe Following a period of Clinical Engineering, Director clinical outcomes and research at Intermedics and Medtronic working in the field of Cardiac Rhythm Management and Heart Failure Management, Yves used to work for Alcon as Assistant Director Health Economics responsible for eye care Pharmaceutical as well as medical devices products. During these 20 years first in human testing was performed and clinical and health economic proof was developed to demonstrate the value of multiple health technologies. Yves holds a Master in Electro-Mechanical Engineer from the Catholic University of Leuven, a post-graduate in Business Administration and multiple patents and publications.


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Mr. Alan Wain, Interim Chief Operating Officer, Supply Chain Coordination Limited, Management Function of the NHS Supply Chain • • • •

Seconded from the Cabinet Office's Complex Transaction Team. Specialised in commercial aspects of complex public sector transformation. Architect of the new NHS Supply Chain operating model Interim in the DHSC for around 11 years; led the development of a joint venture, commercial lead for pandemic preparedness, negotiated an extension agreement on a £200m per annum supply chain contract. Before he joined the Cabinet Office, Alan held roles as an interim with DHSC and Director in PwC.

Mr. Greg Webster, Director, Canadian Institute for Health Information Greg Webster is a member of CIHI’s senior leadership team. He is currently co-leading an organizational transformation initiative to modernize CIHI’s data supply and access. As Director of Acute and Ambulatory Care Information Services, he leads CIHI’s national hospital, emergency and ambulatory care databases and clinical registries. His portfolio includes inpatient, day procedure and emergency department databases (Discharge Abstract Database, Hospital Morbidity Database and National Ambulatory Care Reporting System), as well as two clinical registries: the Canadian Organ Replacement Register and the Canadian Joint Replacement Registry. He also provides leadership to CIHI’s Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) and Patient Reported Experience Measures (PREMs) programs. Mr. Webster has over 20 years of experience using health data, information and evidence to improve health and health care. He has an MSc in epidemiology and completed the Ivey Business School’s Executive Program. He also served for 5 years as Board Chair and President for the Regent Park Community Health Centre, a community-based health services organization serving vulnerable populations and promoting health equity.


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Dr. Hakim Yadi, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Health Science Alliance Ltd. Dr. Hakim Yadi OBE is CEO of the Northern Health Science Alliance Ltd (NHSA). He led the formation of the NHSA, bringing together 20 NHSA members as a single health partnership across the North of England’s 15m population. He has experience of building a recognised brand & corporate identity across a networked approach of multidisciplinary science. Over the past four years he has secured over £50m in contracts for NHSA members and has raised the profile of the North’s health research both nationally and internationally establishing research partnerships in the US and across the commonwealth. Previously he was at PA Consulting Group where on secondment to UK Government he was Chief Operations Officer and founding member of the Department of International Trade Life Sciences Organisation. Hakim holds a PhD in the Immunology of Pregnancy from the University of Cambridge and has published peer reviewed papers on his academic research. Hakim currently serves as a NED for the UK AMR Centre Dr. Yadi was awarded an OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) for services to Healthcare Technology and the Economy in the 2017 New Year’s Honours List.


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General Information SCAN Health European Procurement Summit Information Date/Time: Thursday, October 4th, 2018 from 8:30 – 16:30 Venue: The Midland Address: 16 Peter St, Manchester M60 2DS, UK Parking: Valet parking available outside of the hotel, £30 for 24 hours Website: https://www.qhotels.co.uk/our-locations/the-midland-manchester/ Phone: +44 161 236 3333 SCAN Health Contact Information Contact: Lori Turik, Interim COO, SCAN Health Phone: +1 416 407 5262 Email: Lori.Turik@uwindsor.ca Contact: Kathryn Cox, Coordinator, Communications, Events & Knowledge Translation, SCAN Health Phone: +1 905 213 8384 Email: Kathryn.Cox.SCANHealth@uwindsor.ca

About SCAN Health In 2017, the Government of Canada, Networks of Centres of Excellence of Canada (NCE) provided 1.6 million dollars over four years (2017-2021) to create SCAN Health. Hosted by the University of Windsor’s Odette School of Business, SCAN Health is an International Knowledge Translation Platform (NCE-IKTP) funded to accelerate knowledge translation and address key problems, challenges and opportunities of high strategic importance for health systems in Canada and around the globe. Spanning five countries, including Australia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada – and with over one hundred partners from industry, healthcare, government and academia – the Network will enable the exchange of information and expertise to accelerate the implementation of healthcare supply chain best practices around the world. By mobilizing supply chain best practices to track health products and processes to patient outcomes we can significantly reduce medical error, increase health system sustainability and drive economic growth for companies globally.


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