Video | A 2022 Must Do–Create a High-Performing Value Analysis Process and Best Practice Workflow
Now is the perfect time to hit the reset button and create a fresh start—especially when it comes to your value analysis process. Adjustments can help you better align to your hospital and system-wide organizational goals.
While juggling multiple new product requests, more advanced organizations still must prioritize optimizing value analysis process efficiencies. This includes the ability to support a resilient, clinically-integrated supply chain, and build stronger physician relationships so the “right” evidence-based decisions are made. Additionally, strive to better position your process to include the use of best- practice workflows for speed to value, and build room for scalability to ensure future growth and continued performance improvements.
Join our panel of experts from ECRI for a discussion on the benefits of best practice workflows in value analysis and how to continue advancing your value analysis process using the right combination of technology and content.
We will explore the following topics:
- Hot topics in value analysis including physician engagement
- Recent member success stories from ECRI implementation experts
- How to boost decision speed and reduce costs using best practice, configurable workflows
- Why it’s critical in 2022 to plan ahead and adopt an automated, best practice value analysis program
Agenda & Speakers
Sandra Myint, RN
Strategic Advisor, Value Analysis Workflow, ECRI
Sandy is strategic advisor for Value Analysis Workflow and has more than 40 years in the healthcare industry as an RN. She has spent the last 20 years working in various healthcare organizations building and leading value analysis and sourcing programs. She was an ECRI customer and sales executive before serving her current role as strategic advisor. Sandy is an active member of AHRMM, AHVAP, and AORN.
Kerry A. Riek, BSN, RN, PE
Value Analysis Workflow, Implementations Manager, ECRI
Kerry Riek is an experienced healthcare adviser, managing and delivering healthcare services in the areas of strategic equipment planning, alarm management and safety assessments, and medical equipment planning. Kerry has experience working with medical professionals in a variety of settings ranging from small private medical practices to multi-hospital health systems. As the Value Analysis Workflow group implementations manager, she oversees daily operations, long-term management and performance improvement. Kerry received a BS in Nursing from Northeastern University and holds an RN in Massachusetts. Her work in healthcare is influenced by her prior work experience as an automation and validation engineer in the pharmaceutical and food & beverage industries. Kerry received a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Connecticut and is a licensed professional engineer in Delaware.
Leslie Van Alstyne
Director of Operations, Capital Guide -Value Analysis Workflow, ECRI
Leslie Van Alstyne is the Director of Operations of Capital Guide, ECRI’s comprehensive spend management solution for identifying cost savings and providing decision support for capital medical/IT. Leslie has been at ECRI for more than 20 years and initially focused solely on Capital Guide functions. Currently, she plays an integral role in the new development and implementation support of the Value Analysis Workflow solution while closely aligning with sales and driving customer training programs.