TAG Inc. will hold their first virtual Healthcare Procure to Pay (P2P) Symposium on January 27, 2021, at 1:00 PM CST. During the symposium, TAG CEO, John Weiss will lead a round table discussion featuring industry leaders throughout AP and Supply Chain.
The panel will discuss the challenges they faced or continue to face due to COVID-19. They will share their struggles and successes while providing insight into their plans for the future to establish the new normal in upcoming years.
VP, Procure to Pay
Bon Secours Mercy Health
Joel Stafford has served in his current position as Vice President of Procure to Pay at Bon Secours Mercy Health for the past two years, a promotion after serving as the AP Director and over 13 years in the healthcare industry.
During Joel’s time as VP, he has overseen the transition of the organizations’ P2P teams during the merger of Bon Secours and Mercy Health. The merger included restructuring their operations and implementing a new ERP system in the cloud.
VP, Supply Chain
Mosaic Life Care
Sean Poellnitz serves as Vice President Supply Chain at Mosaic Life Care. In his current role, Sean leads all supply chain functions, including materials management, Biomed, logistics, fleet, sourcing, GPO Affiliate Program, and procurement activities across the regional health system. Formerly Sean was Senior Director Supply Chain & Ancillary Services at USMD, a United Health Group Company for the Dallas Market.
Prior to his role at UHG, Sean was a system-level Director of contracting and resource utilization for CHRISTUS Health, an international Catholic, faith-based, not-for-profit health system comprised of almost 350 services and facilities, including more than 60 hospitals and long-term care facilities.
Before entering the healthcare industry, he was a member of the American Public Transportation Association Procurement and Materials Management Committee and certified in Public Transit Procurement by the National Transit Institute.
Director of Disbursements
Steve Kelly currently serves as the Director of Disbursements at Penn Medicine and has been with the organization for over 20 years. In his role, he is focused on developing and implementing efficient AP and PR solutions through the adoption of software, innovation, and human capital.
With over 40 years of AP experience, he specializes in system integration, shared services consolidation, and system development and implementation.