Speakers Bureau

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  • Matthew Brennan

    Matthew Brennan

    Director, Supply & Logistics, Penn State Hershey Medical Center
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    Matt Brennan is Director of Supply and Logistics for Penn State Hershey Medical Center and brings over 40 years of healthcare supply chain experience.  Matt is an active member of AHRMM and has presented at both regional and national AHRMM conferences.  He is past president to the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of AHRMM, Program Advisor to the Sterile Processing Program at Keystone Technical Institute and provides a demonstration site to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency.

    This speaker requires travel expenses.

  • Pamela Bryant

    Pamela Bryant

    SVP, Baylor Scott & White Health
    Dallas, Texas

    SVP of Supply Chain Services. Leads a team of over 500 employees accountable for the day-to-day management of supply operations. President - North Texas chapter of AHRMM;  Member - Board of Directors for the Women’s Business Council Southwest.  

    Education: BS degree in Biology from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia; MBA from Averett University in Danville,Virginia


    This speaker requires travel expenses.

  • Eric Cenac

    Eric Cenac

    Executive Director - Medical Device Implant Solutions, Resource Optimization & Innovation (ROi)
    St. Louis, Missouri

    Eric Cenac is the Executive Director of Medical Device Implant Solutions at ROi. In his role, Eric oversees sales, distribution, contracting and service for Spinal Implants, Vertebral Augmentation Implants and Biologics for ROi’s Strategic Sourcing Arm. After joining ROi in 2011, Eric worked to develop a vertically integrated supply chain model for spine implants, connecting medical device manufacturers to the patients more directly. His efforts resulted in savings of more than 50 percent on spine implants compared to equivalent products. 

  • Jimmy Chung, MD, FACS, CHCQM

    Jimmy Chung, MD, FACS, CHCQM

    Senior Director of Perioperative Services, Providence Health & Services
    Renton, Washington

    Dr. Jimmy Chung is a board certified general surgeon in a full-time supply chain role as Senior Director, Medical Products and Perioperative Services. He has developed an innovative role for the physician leader in supply chain that many other organizations have adopted and is a nationally recognized expert in physician engagement, leadership development, and clinical integration into supply chain and value analysis. He is also a leader in perioperative services and serves on the steering committee of the ASA's Perioperative Surgical Home Learning Collaborative.

  • Vivian Coates

    Vivian Coates

    Vice President, Information Services and Health Technology Assessment , ECRI Institute
    Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania

    Ms. Coates developed and leads ECRI’s EBM and HTA program and projects related to CPGs, quality measurement/improvement, and clinical informatics. She has broad executive responsibility for development of myriad HTA resources, including ECRI’s Emerging Technologies and Health Technology Forecast databases. She leads ECRI’s contribution to WHO’s Priority Medical Devices project & Innovative Health Technologies initiative.


    This speaker requires travel expenses.

  • Doug Colburn

    Doug Colburn

    VP Operations, Midtown Medical Center
    Columbus, Georgia

    Doug Colburn is Vice President of Operations for Midtown Medical Center. He previously served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Columbus Regional Health, having joined the organization in July 2010. He was Chief Information Officer and Director of IT Strategic Projects at Nebraska Heart Hospital and Heart Institute before joining Columbus Regional Health. Colburn holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Information Systems from Union College in Lincoln, Neb., and master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Bellevue University in Bellevue, Neb.

    This speaker requires travel expenses.

  • Jake Crampton

    Jake Crampton

    CEO, MedSpeed
    Elmhurst, Illinois

    Today’s growing health systems require better utilization of scale in order to become better functioning, smarter organizations. Intra-company logistics - the enterprise-wide movement of physical materials – is the logistical layer that enables the clinical layer to function most efficiently and effectively. Jake is an engaging speaker about how healthcare organizations can achieve systemness through intra-company logistics, leveraging it as a strategic asset to seamlessly accommodate growth, facilitate the sharing of equipment and supplies; eliminate redundant transportation and allow for the centralization of services, such as pharmacy, lab, print and mail.

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