Calabasas, June 16, 2020.
Bio Supply Management Alliance (BSMA)
announced today that
Dr. Randy V. Bradley
, an Associate Professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management and a Haslam Family Faculty Research Scholar in the
Haslam College of Business at The University of Tennessee
, has been appointed as the
Executive Vice President of Digital Transformation in Life Sciences
, the Executive Director of
“Dr. Randy Bradley brings to our global community of supply chain professionals an extraordinary experience, knowledge and passion to address the transformational opportunity of building the digital supply chain from R&D to Drug Delivery to a Patient. If the entertainment industry adopted digital technology two decades ago for its survival, after being decimated by it, Life Sciences is seizing the transformative power of digitalization to save human lives and enhance healthcare globally.”
Dr. Randy Bradley
“I am delighted to join BSMA’s leadership team. The COVID-19 pandemic and the associated supply chain disruptions in the life sciences sector further illustrate the need to accelerate supply chain digitalization efforts and capabilities that will better serve life sciences today and provide a stable foundation for the future. I look forward to working with the steering committees and advisors to develop an innovative strategy that is globally relevant, practical, and advances digitalization in this vital sector.”
Dr. Bradley is also the co-founder and Chief Information Officer for
Q-Leap Health Inc
, which develops innovative, collaborative solutions for healthcare professionals and practitioners to promote team science in an effort to address healthcare disparities and health inequities. Additionally, he is a co-founder and Director of the 501(C)(3) designated
Consortium on Disparities in Urologic Conditions
, which is in the process of launching the
Scientific Consortium on PCa Education (SCOPE) Registry
. By way of the physician and pharma participants and patient accrual, the SCOPE Registry is on pace to be the largest, predominantly African American prostate cancer (PCa) registry in the world.
He has nearly 25 years of industry experience of IT transformation in the supply chain, he has consulted for and advised federal and state organizations and multinational companies. His insights have been chronicled in Bloomberg Law, Thrive Global, Business Wire, MarketWatch, SupplyChain247, IoT World Today, Supply Chain Dive, TechTarget, Supply Chain Quarterly, DC Velocity, MHI Solutions, Healthcare Purchasing News, and HealthPRO News, among others.
He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the
Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (SCAN Health)
Advisory Council of World Health Innovation Network (WIN)
, based in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. He also serves on the Advisory Board of
, a Netherlands-based company with a US subsidiary that works with private and public organizations across many sectors to digitize their procurement processes.
Dr. Bradley holds a Ph.D. in Management of Information Technology (IT) and Innovation, an M.S. in Management Information Systems, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering, all from Auburn University. He is a preeminent visionary, global thought leader, and highly sought-after speaker as a supply chain and IT strategist and researcher. In addition to his leadership roles with AHRMM, HIMSS, Negometrix, SCAN Health, and WIN, Dr. Bradley has contributed his expertise to many leading domestic and international associations, including the China Association of Pharmaceutical Commerce, Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA), Healthcare Supply Chain Network (HSCN), Healthcare Distribution Alliance (HDA), HealthPRO, Capstone Health Alliance, Material Handling Institute (MHI), National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP), National Association of Educational Procurement (NAEP), Association for Information Systems (AIS), Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and Decision Sciences Institute (DSI). Dr. Bradley has been recognized for his excellence in teaching and promoting diversity and inclusion in academia, including the 2019 Richard Sanders Faculty Leadership Award, National Association of Black Accountants 2017 National Achievement in Education Award and designation as a HIMSS Fellow.