Paul Weintraub is a director in the Healthcare practice and supply chain leader focused on realizing financial achievements. He maintains an exceptional record of bringing strategic vision to ensure solutions are designed and implemented in a sustainable manner. He is recognized and published on the topic of lean, with specific focus on the structuring of enterprisewide programs, supply chain, and the integration of process and technology.
Advanced a global Fortune 500 company’s provider-based healthcare transformation services team from four employees to 125+ while growing sales/delivery from $0 to over $35 million.
Oversaw clinical business and performance improvement practice’s client delivery and resources across North America
Led the development of standardized client delivery capabilities which included offerings, methodologies, approaches, and tools
Successfully delivered over 30 engagements across hospital systems encompassing ED, perioperative, imaging, cardiology, oncology, and all ancillary operational areas such as supply chain and lab
Supported the financial and operational structuring of three large strategic partnership contracts, totaling $900 million in contract value.
Frequent presenter at conferences (ACHE, ACC, AHRA) on topics such as partnership models, portfolio management, ED optimization and lean program development
Former supply chain executive responsible for global process standardization across 18 global sites located in Europe, Asia, and the Americas
Oversaw 27 successful internal improvement initiatives across sites in Brazil, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the U.S.
Led the technology enablement component of its global procurement excellence effort
Led the supply chain process architecture effort during the organization’s global rollout of SAP
Served as the internal director of global process architecture for one of the largest medical device organizations during its worldwide system implementation. Defined system supported processes and acted as the liaison between finance, manufacturing, order-to-cash, procurement, and supply chain. The project successfully delivered an ROI of $130 million across Puerto Rico, Scotland, Switzerland, and the U.S.
Managed three strategic redesign efforts for one of the largest lab testing organizations. Specific value included:
Over $21 million in identified cost savings or margin creation.
A new common receiving and lab specimen preparation process. This reduced cycle times by 48 percent and increased throughput/capacity by 96 percent.
A new common FLOW Cytometry testing process reducing cycle times by 25 percent and increased throughput/capacity by up to 96 percent.
Led the creation large biotech’s operations excellence function. Tasks included developing the overall strategy, governance model, and structure as well as leading two large improvement projects across the Netherlands, U.K., and the U.S.
Managed the implementation of a global medical devise organization’s sales and operations planning (S&OP) process and supporting systems. The project supported the reduction in inventories, scraps rates, and improved make/buy decisions across Belgium, Italy, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.
Developed the RFID technology strategy for one of the largest drug-eluting stent manufacturers. Enabling the organization to more accurately plan, produce, and replenish materials across its vast network of provider customers.
Led the strategic acceleration initiative for one of the largest global organizations resulting in $50 million saved. Work focused on optimizing the supply planning business areas.
MBA, Cornell University, Johnson School of Business MBA, Queens University B.S., Computer Information Systems, University of Tampa
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certified; Supply Chain Management Certified
Membership and Activity Information
Cardiac Cath / EP and Infusion Clinic Design Award (2)