Thank you to all who attended the 2019 Fall Conference of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Association for Hospital Resources and Materials Management (AHRMM). We have made some significant changes to our organization in order to best serve the needs of our members and encourage the maximum participation by our colleagues in healthcare supply chain and materials management. Rather than having a quarterly lunch meeting we will now have two (2) annual conferences in the Spring and in the Fall. The conferences are 2019 day-long events that feature nationally recognized speakers, continuing education credits, lunch, national AHRMM updates, a vendor fair, networking, games, and prizes! By changing to only two meetings a year and filling the day with valuable material we hope that all of our members near and far will join us in creating a fun and rewarding event.
2019 FALL CONFERENCE SPEAKERS:
– Brent Johnson Healthcare Supply Chain Hall of Famer, Former Intermountain Healthcare VP of Supply Chain, and former Intalere CEO
– Bryan Larsen Logistics/Comms/Ops Specialist with Utah Bureau for Emergency Medical Service and Preparedness
Bryan G. Larsen, CHEC III, currently serving the Utah Bureau for Emergency Medical Service and Preparedness as the Logistics/Comms/Ops Specialist and newest member of the UT-1 DMAT. After 9/11, he served as a special civilian contractor for Federal Air Marshal Service, later was the Director of Materials Management and member of St. Marks Hazmat/Disaster Response Team since 2002. In 2012, he was the Manager of Emergency Management for Iasis/Steward Healthcare Utah based facilities that included Jordan Valley Medical Center, Jordan West Valley Campus (Formerly Pioneer Valley), Salt Lake Regional Medical Center and Mountain Point Medical Center. Served as a hospital representative and was elected Chairperson for the Utah Hospital Association, Salt Lake Summit Tooele County Healthcare Coalition, as well as Co-Chair for West Jordan Local Emergency Planning Committees, and Utah Senior Public Disaster Advisory Council.
– Jordan Morrow Global Head of Data Literacy at Qlik