Supplier Diversity business case for healing facilities

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. . The Myths of Diverse Suppliers. A Social ProgramCan\'t discover qualified suppliersSmall BusinessesHigher CostPoor QualityPoor Service. Key Small Business Stats. . 60-80% of every new employment originate from little organizations 99% of the 26 million organizations in the U.S. are little More than half of all representatives in U.S. work for a little firm Represent 99.7% of all business firms Approx. 44.5% of finance

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Provider Diversity business case for healing centers Lamont Robinson Director, Supplier Diversity Novation Wednesday, September 16, 2009

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The Myths of Diverse Suppliers A Social Program Can't discover qualified providers Small Businesses Higher Cost Poor Quality Poor Service

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Key Small Business Stats 60-80% of every single new occupation originate from private ventures 99% of the 26 million organizations in the U.S. are little More than half of all representatives in U.S. work for a little firm Represent 99.7% of all business firms Approx. 44.5% of payrolls in private division are paid by independent companies 97% of all exporters are entrepreneurs 29% of aggregate fares are finished by entrepreneurs

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Innovation from little businesses

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The 6 C's of Supplier Diversity

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The 6 C's of Supplier Diversity

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Customers Board requests Pressures to help tolerant populace Change in socioeconomics of staff Mentoring cooperation Increase in use of RFP dialect to incorporate MWBEs

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The 6 C's of Supplier Diversity

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Competition Differentiator Drive to be "innovator" Importance of proactive PR Partnership with most grounded MWBEs

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The 6 C's of Supplier Diversity

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Compliance Federal contracts/stipends/securities State programs for distraught organizations New Presidential Administration

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The 6 C's of Supplier Diversity

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Community Social duty Supplier base mirrors groups Economic essentialness – work creation Decrease in uninsured Community goodwill

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Impact of SD on healing centers

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The 6 C's of Supplier Diversity

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Customization MWVBEs more imaginative/adaptable Quicker choices made Hungrier!

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The 6 C's of Supplier Diversity

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Costs SD extends provider base Importance of coaching Low overhead = cost adaptability

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How to enter??? (MWBEs) Identify your differentiator Understand the express/doctor's facility's MWBE objectives Connect with distributor(s) Establish GPO connections Seek coaching connections Network with promotion bunches

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How to make??? (Doctor's facilities) Work with your GPO Partner with extensive wholesalers Create foundation Outreach (Internal/External) Outline key development

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Questions?? Lamont Robinson 972-581-5059

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