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6th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 27-29, 2022 | Orlando, USA

October 27 -29, 2022 | Orlando, Florida, USA
NWC 2022

J Michael O Bryan

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2022 -  J Michael O Bryan
Greiner Bio-One, North America, United States
Title : Navigating through the global blood tube shortage

Abstract:

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for the entire healthcare industry and supply chains across all industries globally. Healthcare organizations are feeling pressures from supply disruptions driven by transportation delays, constrained supplies, and increased costs. These pressures, combined with the constantly changing demand for the types and volumes of diagnostic tests needed, has created the most extraordinary and unpredictable demand for blood collection tubes in history. Necessary to this, is reviewing the timeline on how current bottlenecks were initially created with the global pandemic. With current restraints, can hospitals determine what laboratory tests are medically necessary in an effort to limit the number of blood tubes drawn?  More importantly, how can device manufacturers and healthcare professionals implement future strategies to streamline workflow and ease the burden of these scarce resources?

Biography:

Dr. Michael O’Bryan is a board-certified medical affairs specialist and has been in healthcare for seventeen years. His career includes teaching, medical practice, and various roles in the IVD Industry that include his current position as Medical Affairs Officer for Greiner Bio-One. He is passionate about patient-centered healthcare, focusing on education and wellness. Originally from Kentucky, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Kentucky and a medical degree from SABA University School of Medicine, specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He enjoys research and development, which has facilitated his success in the medical device industry.

 

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