Hear HealthTrust’s Aigner George discuss key elements of leadership with Prime Healthcare’s David Silverman
In this episode of HealthTrust Candid Conversations, recorded live at HealthTrust University, HealthTrust’s AVP of Pharmacy Solutions, Aigner George discusses leadership during COVID and Pharmacy operations with Prime HealthCare’s VP of Pharmacy, David Silverman. This is a conversation about how Pharmacy Solutions allies with partner organizations to drive value in operations and inventory management, formulary management, safety and quality, and leadership development and transformation.
Additional Discussion Points
The dynamic between Pharmacy Solutions and Prime HealthCare
Supply Expense and Conversion Opportunities
Operational Needs and Financial Impact
02:00 – Pharmacy Services and Operations at Prime Healthcare
5:00 – Supply expense, conversations and the “Hot List”
8:43 – Developing overall strategy and incorporating individual facility need
12:53 – Measuring success – drug shortage mitigation and proactive communication
16:42 – Transformational Leadership process and scope of work
22:13 – Effectively managing spend, leveraging resources and partnering with HealthTrust
Aigner George, PharmD, is the AVP, Pharmacy Solutions on the Advisory Services Team for HealthTrust. In her role she works with client partners to evaluate, design and implement a variety of objectives, initiatives and programs. Aigner is able to leverage her training and 17 years of experience as a licensed pharmacist leader and knowledge gained as a Model-Netics instructor to bolster pharmacy enterprises and those who lead them.
David Silverman PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP is the Vice President of Pharmacy at Prime Healthcare overseeing pharmacy clinical and operational services for 45 hospitals in 14 states. Over his 13 year career, David has served in various hospital-level and corporate-level roles ranging from a staff pharmacist, clinical pharmacy, Corporate Clinical Pharmacy Direct, Regional Pharmacy Director. David obtained his PharmD degree from Rutgers University and completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Hackensack University Medical Center. Thereafter, he obtained dual board certification in pharmacotherapy (BCPS) and critical care (BCCCP). Currently he is focused on continuity of pharmacy services, pharmacy supply chain, and mitigation efforts pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic.