A review of the performance of the health supply chain has revealed gaps in performance occasioned largely by the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of its efforts to address these gaps, a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) program for Supply Chain Staff, has been scheduled for the 10th – 12th November, 2021.
The main objective of the CPD is to share the observed gaps in performance and build the capacity of practitioners to improve their performance in the face of the ravaging COVID – 19 pandemic. It is expected that the workshop would strengthen the Health Supply Chain System and enhance performance in achieving quality service outcomes for sustainable Health Care delivery.
To this end, HESSCPAG is holding a three (3) day residential workshop in the Bono Region for all Procurement and Supply chain staff in the Ministry of Health and its agencies and by extension our colleagues Procurement and Supply Chain Professionals in other health institutions from the 10th – 12th November 2021.
Eusbett Hotel, Sunyani
10th November, 2021 (3pm)
Colleagues Professionals Within The Fraternity Will Have The Opportunity To Discuss Issues On:
Topic: Procurement audit queries: sources and causes
Dr. Addai Donkor
Procurement consultant and immediate past Director Supplies Stores and Drug Management (SSDM))
Topic: Supply Chain Master Plan and Key Health Supply Chain Performance indicators
Mr. Bernard Asamany
Deputy Director logistics, clearing and Warehousing SSDM and Head Central Medical Stores
Senior Supply Chain Technical adviser. GHSC-PSM
Topic: Relationships and team building
Mrs. Stella Aku Addo
Country Manager Charted Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) Ghana
Topic: GHILMIS implementation update (Status, lessons learnt and sustainability).
Mr. Adolf Antwi
Subject matter Expert. Systems for Development (S4D) consulting.
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