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Curtis Lancaster, Dartmouth-Hitchcock health Curtis taught supply chain management at Pima Community College and the MBA program at Pacific Lutheran University. Curtis is responsible for the overall strategic direction and tactical execution of all aspects of Supply Chain
Management at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, in- cluding all supply expense management, procure- ment, distribution, customer service and supporting technology. Curtis directs the overall Supply Chain strategy for its own regional collaborative, the New England Alliance for Health. He leads the design and implementation of the D-HH system Supply Chain Strategy ensuring alignment with the System’s objectives of providing quality health care to the communities it serves. Prior to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, Curtis implemented the supply chain vi - sion and acted as the key non-labor resource and advisor to the CEO cabinet for MultiCare Health System, in Tacoma, Washington. MultiCare Health System is the largest community-based, locally governed health system in the state of Washington with 9 hospitals, over 240 clinics, 18,000 employees including 1,500 physicians, and revenues of over $2.9 billion. Other health care experience includes leading supply chain initiatives at the Banner University of Arizona Health Network and Providence Health System. Curtis received his BS from Arizona State University and MHA from the University of Southern California.
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