This session will discuss the journey that Intermountain Healthcare has taken to design and implement a third-party supplier risk management program using Enterprise Risk Management principles. Our goal is to create an infrastructure for identifying, assessing, prioritizing, and mitigating the following nine risk categories-location risk, sourcing risk, labor risk, financial stability risk, compliance risk, logistics risk, quality assurance risk, sustainability risk, and technology risk that could cause a potential disruption to our supply chain.
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