The AHA's Association for Health Care Resource & Materials Management has elected Jimmy Chung, M.D., associate vice president, perioperative portfolio at Providence St. Joseph Health, as chair-elect of its 2021 board. The professional membership group also elected as provider representatives on the board Amanda Chawla, vice president of supply chain for Stanford Hospital, Stanford Children’s Health and Stanford-Valley Care; Lori Pilla, system vice president and chief supply chain officer at Mercy Health; and Curtis Lancaster, vice president of supply chain at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Randy Bradley, executive vice president of digital transformation for life sciences at Bio Supply Management Alliance, was elected an affiliate representative on the board.

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