The new president of the board of the Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (SCAN Health) plans to expand its capacity to transform the industry.
“By building on the extraordinary results to date we will continue to increase patient safety, drive economic growth, and improve health system sustainability,” says Martha Huston. She was elected president after having served as treasurer of SCAN Health; Peter Vaughan succeeds her in that position and Lynne Golding is the new secretary.
Randy Bradley, a supply chain and healthcare information technology strategist and researcher, has joined the board as a new director.
SCAN Health is hosted by the University of Windsor’s Odette School of Business and brings together more than 100 partners from industry, healthcare, government, and academia to advance healthcare supply chain from bench to bedside to patient outcomes.
The Board of Directors provides SCAN Health with governance to steer the organization’s operations and ensure fiscal responsibility. Find the full announcement of changes to its board and expert advisory council on the network’s website.