AHRMM Presents: Essentials of Healthcare Supply Chain Certificate Series
Four Online Certificate Programs designed to teach all aspects of the responsibilities in the following disciplines of the healthcare supply chain. Click on the links below to learn about the course content:
Whether you are entering the field, climbing the career ladder, or simply want to learn more about various disciplines within the healthcare supply chain profession, take AHRMM’s certificate programs to obtain the key tools to succeed in your field. By the end of each program, you will be equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of the responsibilities related to that discipline.
Each certificate program consists of four modules, with an exam after each module. In addition to essential and practical information, each module is full of applicable tips and tricks and tried and true advice from seasoned supply chain professionals. Upon successful completion of the four modules, you will receive a certificate in that area of healthcare supply chain management.
Cost: There are two ways you can purchase the certificate programs. You can buy each one individually or you can buy the “Essentials of Healthcare Supply Chain Certificate Series” package, which is all four certificate programs at once.
Each certificate program individually costs $239 AHRMM Members and $299 Non-members.
Receive a 20% discount when you purchase all four certificate programs from the “Essentials of Healthcare Supply Chain Certificate Series.” To take advantage of this offer fill out this form and send it to AHRMM. The cost is $765 for AHRMM Members and $950 for Non-members.
CEUs: AHRMM offers 5 Contact Hours toward CMRP recertification or 0.5 CEUs for participating in each of these certificate programs. If you complete all four certificate programs, you will receive the Essentials of Healthcare Supply Chain Series Certificate.
Created by Dave Kaczmarek, FAHRMM, CMRP, FDPHM, the author of The Materials Management Policy and Procedure Manual and a popular keynote speaker with more than 25 years of experience in directing hospital and integrated delivery network resource and materials management operations.