Chief Supply Chain Officer, VP
Stanford Health Care
Amanda has over 20 years as an influential leader across Supply Chain and hospital operations in prominent healthcare organizations managing non-profit and for-profit organizations across Academic Medical Center, Community, and Private Practice. Amanda has served as the Vice President of Ancillary & Support Services with responsibility across clinical and operational departments, including Perioperative Services, Imaging, Radiation Oncology, Lab, Supply Chain, etc. Presently, she serves as the Chief Supply Chain Officer across Stanford Medicine. Responsible for over a $2B+ of Non-Labor Spend, she has successfully saved $300M in expense reduction through effective sourcing, value engineering, streamlining processes, ultimately bringing value through clinical and operational alignment. As a trusted thought leader, she is featured in publications across the industry. Amanda was recognized in 2021 as the Contracting Professional of the Year by The Journal of Healthcare Contracting. Presently, she serves as an Advisory Board Member with AHRMM (AHA organization), Healthcare Transparency Initiative, HIMSS Analytics Advisory Committee, and McKesson’s Healthcare Executive Alliance. Her wide ranges of experience in Operational, Executive, and Supply Chain positions allow her to bring together the best of all worlds.

Speaking at:

Investing in a Clinically Integrated Supply Chain (CI-SC) and the ROI
Tuesday, April 18 at 11:45 am - 12:15 pm
North Building, Level 3 | Hall B | HIMSS Connect Details