Join AHF and our partner Parts Town for a much-needed webinar on budgeting and remaining competitive. In today's environment, budgeting and justifying your budget to administrators is more important than ever. During our 1-hour webinar participants will hear from Geisinger Health's Bruce Thomas on the elements putting stress on operator budgets and how to discuss budget needs with your administrators to ensure you remain competitive in today's market. Following Bruce's presentation operators will hear from Parts Town's Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships, Frank Faso, who will discuss the budgetary implications of unplanned foodservice equipment downtime. Through their latest research study, Parts Town sheds light on the maintenance and repair practices of healthcare operators with tangible impact data you can share with administrators.
This webinar is made possible by Parts Town. Learn more about Parts Town here.
Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships
Frank Faso is the Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships at Parts Town. As the leader of healthcare business development for the Institutions team, he prioritizes education and promotion of kitchen equipment parts as a key category in the industry today. Prior to joining Parts Town in 2018, Frank spent his career in the supply chain and logistics space with Livingston International. He graduated from Valparaiso University in May 2012 with an International Business major and Spanish minor.
Vice President Hospitality Services
Geisinger Health System
Bruce joined Geisinger in 1987 as Production Manager of Foodservices at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pa. In his current leadership role Bruce has administrative oversight for Hospitality Services functions including the Digital Print and Mail Center, Volunteer and Retail Services, Guest Services Operations, (Valet, Shuttle Bus services, Greeters) Foodservices, Environmental Services, The Pine Barn Inn Hotel and Restaurant, Support Services Quality and Regulatory Compliance and he chairs the Travel and Business Reimbursement committee for the system.