Marisa Farabaugh, BSIE, MBA  SVP and Chief Supply Chain Officer

The Healthcare QualityCast

Marisa Farabaugh, BSIE, MBA SVP and Chief Supply Chain Officer

December 8, 2020

Marisa Farabaugh, BSIE, MBA SVP and Chief Supply Chain Officer

Marisa is the Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer for AdventHealth. In this role, she is responsible for all aspects of supply chain within the system, including contracting, field operations, data and analytics, value analysis, affiliates program, corporate pharmacy and RxPlus, and corporate construction management.

Farabaugh recently joined AdventHealth and started in July of 2019. Prior to this transition, Farabaugh held several roles within healthcare supply chain, most recently as the Chief Supply Chain Officer for Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC. During her time at Wake Forest, she also served as Head of the M&A and led the organization through major corporate initiatives including an overhead study. Prior to joining the healthcare industry, Farabaugh worked as an industrial engineer at The Hershey Company in Hershey, PA.

Farabaugh received her bachelor’s degree in industrial and systems engineering from the University of Florida and her MBA from Pennsylvania State University.

Here in Episode #95 Marisa sets our show in motion with a quote from the immortal words of Maya Angelou; Marisa walks us through her impressive career, going from a literal chocolate factory to the world of healthcare supply chain; Marisa gives us a day in the life of a healthcare supply chain executive; she provides a great overview of healthcare shared services; Marisa shares a dark place moment teaching us that our relationships will always outlast our projects; she builds on the concepts of relationship building by encouraging us to build connections without the asks; Marisa shares a career AHA story that centers us around the need to live our calling as healthcare professionals; Marisa sets a call to action for ambitious professionals to enter the healthcare arena, and she gives her best career advice on how leaders lean in when times get tough.

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