The World Health Innovation Network (WIN) at the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor is delighted to announce that Dr. Randy Bradley, Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management in the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee has been appointed as an Adjunct Faculty and Advisory Council member.
Dr. Bradley is an internationally renowned supply chain and healthcare information technology strategist and researcher. Through scholarship, Dr. Bradley develops highly skilled, emerging and current leaders, specialized entrepreneurs and professionals building the capacity to scale innovative health systems, processes and technologies. Dr. Bradley joins a venerable group of faculty members committed to world class research, education and knowledge generation with the goal of advancing health system sustainability, economic growth and improved outcomes for populations.
“I am excited to welcome the newest member to WIN’s extraordinary team of academic, healthcare, government and industry leaders,” says Dr. Mitchell Fields, Dean, Odette School of Business. “In his role as Adjunct Faculty and on the Advisory Council of WIN, Dr. Bradley will contribute to seminal research, scholarship and education. By attracting globally respected leaders, such as Dr. Bradley to Odette, we are able to provide real-world experiences for students and develop the exceptional healthcare business leaders needed now and in the 21st century.”
As a member of our Advisory Council, Dr. Bradley joins a diverse group of healthcare leaders sharing expertise to scale innovation for economic growth and to drive impactful change to accelerate the transformation of health systems in Canada and globally.
“I look forward to working with such esteemed international faculty and leaders at WIN to develop research and leadership capacity to successfully scale innovation and supply chain systems to achieve value for patients, our health systems and economic growth for innovators,” says Dr. Bradley.
WIN welcomes Dr. Bradley as an Adjunct Faculty and Advisory Council member. For his complete biography, please click here.