Rocky Mountain AHRMM Board Members
Tim Loftis works at Med One Group as an Equipment Finance Sales Executive. He has over 15 years of experience in sales and business development with companies such as Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan Chase, and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah.
Beau Glines is the Director of Supply Chain for Uintah Basin Healthcare. He has worked in that capacity for over 12 years. He works closely with multiple service lines that include; acute care departments, ancillary care, physician clinic services, long term care, emergency medical services, and dialysis care. He also has a background in healthcare construction.
John Cox has been with Intalere (formerly Amerinet) for around 15 years. Intermountain Healthcare is his key account that he focuses 100% of his time on and works onsite at their Supply Chain Center. In working together with Intermountain’s Supply Chain staff that covers contracting, potential savings and revenue-enhancement opportunities.
Vice President Elect
Daniel has been in medical device sales for 25 years. The last 18 years as an independent manufactures representative working with supply chain on a wide breadth of products that has provided experience in acute care, alternate care, and home care markets.
Rick worked for 23 years in healthcare, 15 of those in healthcare supply chain. Working for the three largest systems in Utah, University Healthcare, Intermountain and MountainStar/Healthtrust/HCA during that time and is currently the Assistant Supply Chain Director at St Marks Hospital in Salt Lake, overseeing daily supply operations for the hospital. He enjoys being a part of Rocky Mountain AHRMM and meeting with everyone from around the state.
Niki Hamilton works for HealthTrust Supply Chain as a Supply Chain Director at St. Mark’s Hospital. She has over 20 years of supply logistics and clinical experience in the healthcare field. Niki is also proud to be a Certified Materials & Resource Professional.
Daniel Duersch is an experienced professional of Healthcare operations and supply chain. Daniel received an MBA degree from Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Utah.
In 2016 Daniel moved into the Program Development Sr. Manager role at Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has been with Intermountain Healthcare for over 8 years.
Toby Johnson is one of the original members of the Rocky Mountain AHRMM, has been a board member since the chapter’s beginning, and was the first vendor/supplier member of the board. He has been working in healthcare since 2012 with experience in distribution, contracts, capital equipment, supply chain, and GPO’s. His past experience includes work with Owens & Minor, Linet Americas, and Amerinet/Intalere. He currently works for Philips Healthcare as an imaging systems account manager. Toby has always valued the importance of supply chain and you could even say it runs in his blood as his father is a retired healthcare supply chain executive and supply chain hall of fame member.
Megan Bekwelem is the Materials Management Director at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, A Steward Hospital. She received her MHA degree from Ohio University and earned a Bachelor of Business degree from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Megan has nearly 15 years healthcare supply chain experience in the hospital, clinic, and ambulatory care setting. She is passionate about the lean supply chain and impacting patient care with improved safety, quality and outcomes.
Hayden Byer is the VP of Resource Management for HealthTrust at Presbyterian St. Luke’s in Denver, is a CMRP with a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and is currently finishing his MBA from Bellevue University. Hayden has worked for HealthTrust for over twelve years and has a great commitment to the healthcare supply chain industry and his expertise, enthusiasm and leadership will be a great asset for the Colorado AHRMM community.