Webinar Wednesday continues to deliver CE credits from the ACI. The recent PartsSource-sponsored webinar “Ensuring Quality In The Supply Chain” drew 170 HTM professionals and each is eligible to receive 1 CE credit from the ACI.
The webinar featured PartsSource Vice President of Quality Assurance Jina Tweed and PartsSource Vice President of Commercial Operations Erin Tournoux. They discussed how great quality enables sustainable growth for an organization. There are several key performance indicators (KPIs) that health care organizations can use to measure and monitor the quality of medical device parts and the suppliers that provide them. They also explained how to ensure quality in the procurement process.
Attendees learned best practices to evaluate for quality in the supply chain and how to build in benchmarks to ensure ongoing quality.
The webinar, a recording of which can be viewed at WebinarWednesday.live along with other previous webinars, drew several positive comments from attendees.
“Very thorough presentation on managing suppliers using quality as significant measure. System detailed among the best I have heard about. Very worthwhile webinar for quality professionals,” Quality Engineer J. Chapman wrote in a post-webinar survey.
“The presenter has an extensive background in quality and I was very impressed with the clarity and specificity she gave on the subject. I am forwarding this information to my colleagues to improve our own vendor dashboard,” C. Geibel, Program Manager, said.
“It was a great webinar and provided good insight to the parts (supply chain) process,” Director of Healthcare Technical Management K. Forsythe added.
“This was my first Webinar Wednesday session. The topic was extremely important to me and the presenters were clear knowledge experts in the medical equipment service field,” Frontier Imaging Services President F. Vonder Haar said.
The overall Webinar Wednesday series also continued to receive praise from HTM professionals.
“Webinar Wednesdays fill a void for much needed continuing education in which the entire team can be involved and grow. Thanks TechNation,” said E. Clark, BMET Supervisor.
“The Webinar Wednesday series has done an excellent job of putting interesting and timely topics into one-hour segments to help keep HTM professionals updated,” Biomed L. Velasquez stated.
“These webinars are very helpful for staying on top of industry changes and trends,” Manager of Biomedical Engineering W. Scowden said.
For information about upcoming webinars, and recording of previous webinars, click on the Webinars tab above.
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