RDA is led by a team of Managing Partners and Supply Chain Professionals with extensive knowledge of all aspects of supply chain management, including operations management, sourcing, contracting, purchasing, cost management, inventory management, supply distribution, value analysis and cost savings initiatives, supply chain information systems and automation.
RDA’s management team brings a national presence with an average of 30+ years of experience at all levels of supply chain management, from executives and mid-managers, to front line staff, with a variety of acute and non-acute healthcare providers, hospital management and/or other consulting companies, suppliers, GPOs, and a growing list of strategic partners.
The RDA management team offers a unique blend of knowledge and experience in leading change management, facilitating lean transformation processes and providing interim management and outsourced/contracted services.
Angie A. Haggard
Chief Operating Officer
Angie has over 21 years of supply chain experience across multiple industries (healthcare, technology, retail, and commodity), 17 of which have been in healthcare supply chain strategy, inventory management, distribution, strategic sourcing design and implementation, and hospital supply chain operations (clinical and non-clinical departments).
She has worked with over 750+ health systems nationwide, including large IDNs, academic and community health systems. She has led national cross-functional teams to assess and develop supply chain strategies and implement millions of dollars of savings across the OR, Cath Lab, Nursing, and Supply Chain Departments through operational process improvements, inventory optimization and management, value analysis design, contract management and negotiations (supply and purchased services), storage design, transportation, networking and distribution strategy (nationally and internationally), and third party/private warehousing.
Angie has also served as a healthcare supply chain facilitator and trainer for several years. She has spoken at national and global supply chain conferences and has been featured in Supply Chain World Magazine and Healthcare Purchasing News.
Prior to RDA, Angie led the Advisory Board Company’s Spend Performance Solutions national consulting practice which included Strategic Sourcing (Physician Preference Items and Purchased Services), Utilization and Compliance Management, and Value Management Team design and implementation.
Angie was also the Operating Vice President for Owens & Minor’s national services team which consisted of consulting, technology, and outsourcing service lines (approximately 475 teammates). She managed over 200+ projects that were completed on time and within budget. She created, negotiated, and managed multi-million dollar contracts and led a strategic change management initiative to consolidate multiple service lines into a single organizational
structure. She created and facilitated certified Supply Chain Services Courses at Owens & Minor University where she was designated as supply chain faculty.
Angie has also worked with companies such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, Hewlett Packard, and Wal-Mart Supply Chain.
Angie earned a Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Transportation, at the University of Tennessee. And, she is professionally certified in Lean and Project Management.
Doug joined RDA in October 2014 with over 35 years of experience working for major providers, suppliers and e-commerce developers for the healthcare industry. Doug has subject matter expertise in purchasing, sourcing, contracting, expense reductions, automated supply chain systems, inventory management, supply distribution and storage solutions to support low unit-of-measure processes for acute and non-acute clinical areas, Cardiac Cath Lab and the Operating Room. Doug is responsible for business development, evaluating current processes, improvement and implementation of best practice recommendations in support of purchasing, contracting, inventory management & optimization and supply storage and distribution for both the acute and non-acute healthcare markets.
Prior to joining RDA, Doug spent 10 years as a Director of Resource Management Services for Owens & Minor’s Western Region. In this role Doug had oversight for over 150 Owens & Minor teammates provided hospital based supply chain managed services which included performing daily recurring PAR inventory replenishment functions from the loading dock to the nursing units, Surgery and Cardiac Cath Labs within numerous hospitals such as Stanford Hospital and Clinics, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Kern Medical Center, Northbay Healthcare and Presbyterian Health in Albuquerque, New Mexico. While in this role, Doug’s teams developed, implemented numerous best of class supply chain practices and enhanced customer satisfaction. All of which, lead to numerous increases in scope of services and contract renewals based on his teams continuous improvement in delivery, achieving desired outcomes and customer value.
Before joining Owens & Minor, Doug worked for Ron Denton as a Managing Director for consulting services at HealthCare Logistics Services (HLS). While with HLS, Doug served as a Project Manager for supply chain redesign, Value Analysis and GPO conversion at several large hospital organizations including Scripps Health, UCSD Medical Center, Baptist Health of East Tennessee and MedCath.
Prior to joining HLS, Doug was recruited to medibuy.com to develop web-based materials management applications to improve purchasing practices. This included being instrumental in the design and development of the medibuy.com RFP product and was involved in the initial development of the UNSPSC taxonomy for healthcare.
Doug spent the first 17 years of his career at Sharp Healthcare, a major integrated healthcare system serving the San Diego community, where he held several senior Material Management positions, including the Corporate Purchasing Manager and Material Manager for the Community Care Division which included 25 non-acute care facilities.
Doug has been active in AHRMM for over twenty years and served two terms as the President of the San Diego Chapter. Doug is a graduate of San Diego State University with a degree in Business Administration.
Dave joined RDA in November 2015 with over 28 years of experience in Logistics & Supply Chain Management in retail & healthcare industries. He has worked for major healthcare providers and suppliers providing change management solutions in the areas of inventory management, non-capital expense reduction, space planning, storage solutions, strategic planning and process improvement. Dave is responsible for the development and application of Demand Logic, RDA’s proprietary Inventory Optimization software solution, and also assists with RDA leadership, practice development and project management.
Prior to joining RDA, Dave was employed with Owens & Minor where he had leadership responsibility for logistical support services in the Western Region, including supply chain process assessments, planning, redesign, and implementation of advanced solutions. These solutions included Owens & Minor’s Just in Time Inventory Management Services to acute and non-acute care facilities, inclusive of the Operating Rooms & Cardiac Cath Labs. In addition, Dave amassed several years of experience managing and delivering advanced supply chain solutions through his role as Director of Logistics for Oregon Health & Sciences University in Portland, Oregon, as well as through similar roles in other industries.
Dave has a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Oregon, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Humboldt State University College of Natural Resources and Sciences. Dave has authored articles in Materials Management in Healthcare, as well as contributed to a Harvard Business School Case Study for Educators dealing with the effects and results of Advanced Supply Chain Costing Models at a major health care provider. Dave has also guest lectured for college-level supply chain classes on advanced supply chain costing theory & methods.