In this episode we talk to Tim Nedley, Vice President, Materials Management for UPMC in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has overall responsibility for distribution, logistics, materials management, transportation, clinical engineering, print, freight management and fleet management.
Nedley specializes in change management, operational enhancements and other projects that have a positive impact to an organization’s bottom line. He’s honed and applied best practices over 28 years of leadership experience at UPS, Owens & Minor and UPMC. Since starting at UPMC, Nedley and his team have increased warehouse and materials management productivity in excess of 30% and are on track to drive out $14M in inbound freight spend over the next 5 years.
Nedley earned a BS in Human Resources from Geneva College.
In this episode we talk to Randy Hayas, the Chief Supply Chain Officer at Orlando Health an eight-hospital integrated health care delivery network in Orlando, Florida with more than $2.7Billion in Net patient Revenue. Mr. Hayas joined the organization in 2007 and has over 30 years’ experience in supply chain, healthcare administration and consulting ranging from small community hospitals to large academic medical centers and integrated delivery networks.
Mr. Hayas has a Bachelor in Business Administration degree majoring in Finance and Economics and is a Certified Materials & Resource Professional through the American Hospital Association. In addition, Mr. Hayas is a Board Member of IDignity, Inc., a non-profit organization helping the disadvantaged in Central Florida through the complex steps of getting personal identification.