Recent advances in medical device technology, surgical procedures and tissue preservation are revolutionizing the health care industry.
Most experts agree that we have just scratched the surface of the potential that this new medicine offers. However, this expanded capability requires an equally sophisticated system to track devices, prosthetics and tissues as they move through the supply chain. A mistake or shortfall at any point can have serious consequences both to the patient and the provider.
See how technology can assist VAMC’s & Hospital’s to not only meet regulatory requirements, but also provide savings and patient safety.
Alan J. Brander, RN BSN BSW MBA CHE HACP, Vice President of National Sales & Clinical Services, LPIT Solutions
Alan J. Brander is Vice President of Sales and Clinical Services at LPIT. Alan joined the company in 2007, and is currently the head of sales activity and clinical services. Prior to joining LPIT, Mr. Brander acquired over 25 years of extensive healthcare experience including over-site of a 26 suite OR department and CNO of Spectrum Health United Memorial Health System. He remains clinically active as resource nurse in a level 1 emergency department.
Mr. Brander holds a BSW from Calvin College, BSN from U. of Illinois, MBA/HCM from U. of Phoenix, and is a graduate of the Executive Leadership Institute at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. He also provides hospital consulting and is trained in the Toyota Production System, which provides a systematic approach to process improvement. Mr. Branderis a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (CHE), a recognized Healthcare Accreditation Certified Professional (HACP) specializing in acute care standards and regulatory compliance, and a national speaker on the topics of Tissue Regulation and Compliance for Hospitals.
LPIT Solutions, Inc. specializes in the development of healthcare technology solutions. LPIT’s flagship product, TrackCore, provides hospitals the power to increase patient safety and efficiently control their tissue and implant operations while assuring regulatory compliance. The software is designed by healthcare professionals to help hospitals to track inventory, manage recalls, monitor storage and documents implant consumption.
Joe Pleshek, CEO & President,Terso Solutions, Inc.
Since joining Terso in 2007 Joe Pleshek has overseen rapid growth for the company providing overall strategic direction and financial management for the business as well as managing day-to-day operations. He has worked closely with Terso’s clients in the Healthcare and Life Science markets to drive business value through Terso’s RFID enabled inventory management solutions. Joe earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Stout as well as a Masters of Business Administration degree in Marketing from the University of St. Thomas.
Who Should Attend?
Executives involved with:
- Supply Chain Management
- Materials Management
- Regulatory Compliance
- Supply Chain IT
In the following areas:
- Healthcare (hospitals and clinics)
- Medical Device manufacturing and distributing
- Research Labs
- Biotechnology manufacturing and distributing
Terso Solutions Inc.
Terso Solutions, Inc. is the leading provider of automated inventory management solutions for tracking high-value medical and scientific products in healthcare and life science. Terso Solutions, Inc. is backed by 13 years of RFID product development and implementation experience. Our product line includes RFID Cabinets, Refrigerators, Freezers (-20C to -80C), and RFID-enabled smart rooms. Headquartered in Madison, WI, Terso Solutions is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Promega Corporation. Additional information is available at www.tersosolutions.com