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CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC
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CFO Webinar - Supply Chain Transformation at UPMC

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UPMC's CFO talks about how UPMC underwent a total transformation of the supply chain operation. Special Guest: Jim Szailagy, UPMC's Chief Supply Chain Officer.

UPMC's CFO talks about how UPMC underwent a total transformation of the supply chain operation. Special Guest: Jim Szailagy, UPMC's Chief Supply Chain Officer.

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  1. The Healthcare CFO Perspective Innovative Methods to Drive Compliance, Automation and Efficiency Across the Supply Chain Featuring: Rob DeMichiei SVP and Chief Financial Officer UPMC
  2. Rob DeMichiei Presenter SVP and Chief Financial Officer UPMC is an integrated global health enterprise headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and one of the leading nonprofit health systems in the US.
  3. Hosted by: Visit: prodigosolutions.com
  4. Talking Points • UPMC Overview • UPMC Transformation • Results • Q&A 4
  5. UPMC Snapshot Revenues: $7.7 billion Employees: 50,000 Hospitals: 20 Physicians: 5,000 Beds: 4,000 #330 5
  6. Growth Through Innovation UPMC brings new concepts and emerging technologies to market through its International & Commercial Services Division. Select Portfolio Companies 6
  7. UPMC’s Supply Chain Environment Spend Managed: $1.8 billion Team: 200 team members; centralized supply chain management organization Suppliers: 12,000+ active suppliers Volumes:  Process 4,000+ purchase requisitions per week  Receive 1.1M packages per year; central distribution center  Manage over 600 point of consumption material carts (avg. 172 items per cart)  Process 70,000+ invoices per month 7
  8. State of Affairs (2006) • 55%+ of Spend NOT through Purchasing • Drowning in paper: • 220,000+ Paper Requisitions & Purchase Orders • 525,000 Vouchers • Average 367,000 Paper Checks per year • Poor Vendor Management: • 58,000 Vendors • 8,650 Blanket Orders • Tough negotiators, but poor follow-through: • 84% Orders with Price Variance 8
  9. Opportunities for Cost Reduction • Poor contract compliance  waste • Data Management and item-level detail is poor • Minimal or no automation • Manual processes = unnecessary FTE costs and waste • Large volume of AP exceptions = rework / waste • No Single User Interface  many “one off” connections • Punchout pricing is inaccurate; no way to audit • Excessive Purchase Order-to-Supplier transaction time • Heavy reliance on GPOs  minimal local contracting 9
  10. How Healthcare Purchasing Really Works Manual Invoices & Payments Suppliers - Not Approved AP Paper Disbursement Requests ERP system Purchasing ERP Dept. system Paper Requisitions Location Manual Approved Purchasing P.O. Suppliers Contract Users are frustrated; Poor data quality; Match exceptions compliance Automation is search is slow and eroded by rogue non-existent no data result in Opportunity cumbersome standardization extensive rework spending 10
  11. The Framework for Transformation People • Integrate Transactional • Optimize -to- • Simplify Analytical Process Technology 11
  12. People • Organizational Re-Structure • Chief Supply Chain Officer • Skill Mapping (20/70/10) • Matrix for Accountability and Recognition • Industry Cross-Pollination (infusing “top talent”) • Investment in staff training and development • Flattening the reporting structure • Change Agents 12
  13. Purchasing-to-Supply Chain Shift 13
  14. Automation • Our Mantra • Savings Drivers • Key Areas: – Procure-to-Pay – Business to Business Transactions – Accounts Payable • Results 14
  15. UPMC Marketplace Growth June 2007: UPMC implementation 2008: UPMC grew significant supplier connections 2009: Ecosystem of content keeps growing, driving automation and compliance 15
  16. A Platform for Automation How the UPMC Marketplace Drives Efficiency eCommerce Capable Sites Local Hosted Catalogs •Drive UNSPSC or GS1 standards •Built-in punchout price audit GPO Catalogs Item Master Data Cancer Internal Services / Specialized Processes Center Item Item master master Pharmacy Ops 16
  17. Marketplace Results UPMC Procurement Cost as a Percentage of Spend Results to date: • $3M in estimated annualized hard- dollar savings resulting from improved compliance and automation • 40%+ increase in contract compliance • 100% e-Enabled (all requisitions originate via eprocurement) with UPMC Purchase Order Transaction Productivity ~40% of all purchase orders fully (Annual) automated or “touchless” • 40% reduction in special requests • 40% reduction in time dedicated to item master management • 30 suppliers on-boarded in 24 months 17
  18. Results Transforming Supply Chain Organization/People THEN NOW • Unclear organizational structure • Defined organization structure • Education Level: • Education Level: – Bachelor Degree 31% – Bachelor Degree 61% – Master Degree 0% – Master Degree 15% – Professional Cert 0% – Professional Cert 11% • Undefined performance • Clear objectives including metrics objectives and poor metrics to measure progress • No documented strategic plan • Mission and values statement with strategic plan 18
  19. Results Transforming Supply Chain Systems THEN NOW • Used limited functionality • World class eMarketplace • Paper intense procure-to- pay • Automated P2P for 113 vendors process • Automated approval workflow • Unable to validate spend • Full integration with OR system authorization • EDI vendors: 129 vendors • No integration with other • Electronic invoicing: 79 vendors systems • No electronic invoicing • Minimal Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) 19
  20. Q&A Session

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