Cleveland-based PartsSource has named supply chain logistics and optimization expert Joseph Zaluzney to the role of senior vice president and chief revenue officer. Zaluzney brings to PartsSource 20 years of experience at the global healthcare services and supply company Owens & Minor, where he served as senior vice president of global business development. In this role, Zaluzney was responsible for developing and executing enterprise-wide distribution and solution strategies on behalf of medical suppliers and integrated delivery networks.
Prior to that appointment, Zaluzney served as senior vice president of commercial services, leading a team of 400 professionals who supported 2,000 hospitals’ supply chain needs. Before joining Owens & Minor, Zaluzney was chief supply chain officer for Mary Washington Healthcare in Fredericksburg, Va. In his newly created executive position, Zaluzney will lead PartsSource’s expanding commercial portfolio that includes 1,200 PartsSource Pro hospitals; 3,300 hospital clients; 15,000 clinical sites across the U.S.; and government, group purchasing organizations, and independent service organization member hospitals.
“In 2018, PartsSource added over 700 hospitals to PartsSource Pro, our software-enabled managed services program for hospitals and ISOs to improve supply chain costs, team productivity and product quality. Joe joins our rapidly growing company that will benefit from his three decades of work serving the healthcare ecosystem,” says Philip Settimi, MD, president and CEO of PartsSource.
Settimi adds: “His vast supply chain experience complements our executive leadership team to support recently on-boarded client success at HCA, Mayo Clinic, Advocate Aurora Health, Mercy, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Intermountain Health, University of Michigan, and many more who are seeking enterprise pricing, product, and purchased service standardization.”