The Supply Chain PI Analyst 1 analyzes current logistics and inventory management operations at all entities within the health system, identifying cost reduction and process improvement opportunities, determining best practices, performing gap analysis, recommending process changes, and facilitating continuous improvement and maintenance of all models developed. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is expected; works under general supervision
Prepares monthly statistical reports for assigned facility(ies). Reviews data to ensure accurate and efficient reporting
Performs analysis of current product usage and identifies opportunities for consolidation, reorganization, simplification, item elimination, or other process improvements and efficiencies
Analyzes contracts, identifies opportunities for supply standardization, and provides information for informed decision-making
Develops relevant benchmarks and trends analysis, and reports on progress
Documents process improvement plans, including financial and operational implications. Monitors success and submits reports on ongoing basis
Responsible for quality results and sustained outcomes
Completes special projects as assigned that cross facilities, utilizing a wide array of skills and knowledge to develop new practices and procedures that enhance efficiency and effectiveness throughout the System
Minimum Experience 2 years professional-level or 4 years paraprofessional-level experience in supply chain, performance improvement or acute care business operations
Minimum Education Bachelor's Degree or 4 years exempt-level experience or 6 years paraprofessional experience
The Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System is the leading health care innovator in Louisiana. We bring together outstanding clinicians, the most advanced technology and leading research to ensure that our patients receive the highest quality and safest care possible.
This commitment is grounded in a history that is more than 100 years old, but reflected today by our strategic vision ...of transforming healthcare through superior performance and excellent patient care.
In the last fiscal year, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System had:
? 1,799 Licensed Beds
? 64,010 Admissions
? 39,796 OR Procedures
? 10,897 Full Time Employees
? 329,019 Inpatient Days
? 2,095 Active Medical Staff
? 293,240 Emergency Visits
As a nonprofit, mission-focused Catholic healthcare ministry, we give special attention to our citizens who are most in need. During the most recent fiscal year, we provided more than $39 million in unreimbursed care and community support to the underprivileged.
With hospitals, clinics and physicians located throughout our state, our health system is the largest in Louisiana. In fact, we provide care to almost half of Louisiana’s citizens. Because of our size and the partnerships we have with other local organizations, we are able to pool our resources and share cost and service efficiencies and learn from each other, thereby accelerating our ability to improve care and solve challenges.
Since our founding in Monroe, Louisiana in 1911, we have been blessed by the guidance of the Franciscan Sisters. Through their guidance and steadfast example, we have committed to assure that we perpetuate their healing ministry for another hundred years. It is a noble purpose we strive to fulfill every day.
Headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, we serve patients across Louisiana through a network of hospitals, clinics, physicians, elderly housing and integrated information systems.