The AHA’s Association for Health Care Resource & Materials Management has elected Dee Donatelli, acting principal at Dee Donatelli Consulting LLC, as the 2019 AHRMM Board chair-elect. The AHA professional membership group for health care supply chain professionals also elected to its board as provider representatives Mary Beth Briscoe, vice president and chief financial officer for the University of Miami’s UHealth and Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine; Laura Kowalczyk, associate vice president of supply chain services at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s UAB Medicine; and Régine Honoré Villain, vice president of supply chain operations at NYU Langone Health in New York. For more information, visit www.ahrmm.org.
 

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