An online forum for the sharing of best practices in supply chain processes will lead to safer and sustainable healthcare, say advocates with the Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (SCAN Health).
Hosted at the University of Windsor’s Odette School of Business, SCAN Health works to advance global capacity to adopt and scale supply chain innovations from bench to bedside to patient outcomes.
The network has launched a knowledge mobilization (KM) platform for collaborators around the world, including industry experts, clinicians, health system leaders, citizens, academics and policy makers.
“There is much we can learn from one another across our various disciplines and global jurisdictions,” says SCAN Health CEO Anne Snowdon. “It is critical we share new findings, innovative breakthroughs, successes and also our failures. The KM platform enables us to capitalize on our learnings by sharing successes to achieve value-based outcomes in the health sector and for our citizens.”
The public can share expertise and insights on key challenges and priorities by accessing the KM platform at km.scanhealth.ca.