2022 Symposium on Healthcare Value Analysis & Infection Prevention

Held May 24-26, 2022, the CE sessions are now available on demand for a limited time


350+ Online Attendees

6 CE sessions

Value analysis and infection prevention professionals

Education at the intersection of healthcare value analysis, supply chain, quality, and infection prevention

Healthcare Hygiene magazine, the Association of Healthcare Value Analysis Professionals (AHVAP), and The Pearce Foundation for Scientific Endeavor/Environmental Services Optimization Playbook (EvSOP) partnered to develop this three-day virtual symposium that explored imperatives relating to healthcare value analysis and infection prevention, and these disciplines’ impact on the products and processes clinical end users depend on daily. Learn from the experts who are leading these initiatives.

All sessions rolled out May 24-26, 2022. The event platform has reached capacity, but the sessions will continue to be available on-demand for a limited time.

This symposium offers 6 free contact hours of continuing education for nurses (Healthcare Hygiene magazine/Keystone Media Inc. is an approved provider #17500 of the California Board of Registered Nurses).

Sessions addressed these hot topics:

• environmental hygiene-related imperatives
• healthcare textiles and laundry-related imperatives
• infection prevention and value analysis opportunities
• healthcare value analysis concepts for the infection preventionist
• supply chain-related imperatives that impact clinician preference
• product evaluation and purchasing: a review for clinicians
• healthcare supply chain trends and purchasing-related decision-making for the future


Susan Miller

Jefferson Health

Kelly Zabriskie

Jefferson Health

Lisa Kilgore


Karen Niven


Hudson Garrett


Lynne Sehulster

Environmental Infection Prevention, LLC

Michael Overcash

Environmental Genome Initiative

John Scherberger

The Pearce Foundation

Aaron Jett

The Pearce Foundation

Paul Pearce

The Pearce Foundation

Rob Tussey

CommonSpirit Health

Beverly Nieves

Orlando Health

Michael Parker

Orlando Health

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