Charles Miceli

Charles Miceli

VP Network Chief Supply Chain Officer
University of Vermont Health

Chief Supply Chain Officer, Network Vice President University of Vermont Health Network

Miceli has set the vision and mission for the University of Vermont Medical Center Supply Chain operation, ranked #1 and #2 by the University Health System Consortium/Vizient in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, 2017 and 3rd 2018. The effectiveness of the supply chain has supported the clinical mission and operations of the University of Vermont Medical Center, OneCare Vermont, and the University of Vermont Health Network

Miceli has also served as the Vice President of Information Systems for the University of Vermont Medical Center as well as the CIO for the OneCare Vermont Accountable Care Organization

Key accomplishments include sponsoring the successful integration of biomedical devices with the EPIC EHR, as well as championing interoperability of key clinical applications with EPIC (McKesson PACS).

Prior to joining Fletcher Allen/University of Vermont Medical Center in 2008, Miceli held leadership positions in supply chain, biomedical engineering, and support services at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Loyola University Medical Center, The University of Chicago Hospital and Health Systems, and Partners Healthcare System in Boston. He has also served as an expert consultant in change management/turn around, cost management, and information systems.

An avid guitarist, Miceli and colleague McKenna Lee founded the musical group McKenna Lee and the Microfixers in 2010. Over the past 7 years the group has helped raise over $20k for charitable causes. He has two adult children with wife Mari, an RN and fellow patient safety advocate who designed and developed the PatientAider app that the Miceli’s donated to the Patient Safety Movement Foundation.

All Sessions by Charles Miceli

Healthcare Supply Chain Track Monday May 23, 2022
11:25 am - 12:10 pm

Beyond the Pandemic: Mitigating Supply Chain Risk and Disruption

  • Identify the global risk factors that cause disruptions in the supply chain
  • Evaluate the pros and cons of diversifying sourcing to include domestic and nearshore suppliers
  • Explore innovative approaches for mitigating supply chain risks
Moderator: Karen Conway