AHRMM Membership | Provider Benefits
Thank you for your interest in the Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM), a professional membership group of the American Hospital Association.
Join AHRMM today to connect with your professional community, expand your expertise, hone your skills, and grow your reputation as an experienced, innovative top performer.
PROVIDER MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS:
AHRMM’s Career Resources page is the home for information, services, and tools you need to manage your career and achieve your professional goals. Here you’ll find the Career Center Job Board, the Professional Development Matrix, the Compensation Survey Report, the Mentor Match, and more.
Did you know AHRMM has more than 4,300 members? Make some connections through the Mentor Match, AHRMM Connect, LinkedIn, Twitter, or face to face at the AHRMM Conference & Exhibition, the leading education and networking event for the healthcare supply chain field. AHRMM offers financial assistance to qualifying members for attending the conference.
EDUCATION AND RESOURCES
The Learning Center is your one stop shop for all of AHRMM’s educational resources, including eLearning courses, on-demand recordings, podcasts, webcasts, live webinars and other events. As an AHRMM member, you will receive free access to more than 70 live and on-demand webinars taught by leading experts, and significantly reduced rates on all other education.
You will also have a full access to the Knowledge Center, with 300+ articles, white papers, reports, case studies, and other resources. Search by content area, tag, format or keyword to find the information you need.
Distinguish yourself from the crowd with the nationally recognized Certified Materials & Resource Professional (CMRP) designation. The CMRP is conducted by the American Hospital Association Certification Center and is the premier credential based on sound assessment that provides distinction in an increasingly competitive marketplace. AHRMM members qualify for discounted CMRP exam fees, renewal fees, and resources available to help you prepare for the test. AHRMM also offers scholarships for receiving and renewing the CMRP to qualifying members.
Join the Cost, Quality, and Outcomes (CQO) Movement! Visit the CQO website to find case studies, leading practices, reports, and articles from your peers highlighting how their organizations have embraced the tenets of the CQO Movement and brought about change within their facilities.
Be a part of the Learning UDI Community, a broad-based coalition comprised of healthcare leaders across sectors whose goal is to develop a common understanding and approach to unique device identifier (UDI) adoption within the healthcare setting.
$165 per 12-month period
What Provider Members Say about AHRMM
Lora Johnson, CMRP, RN, BSN, Director of Value Analysis, Grady Health System, Woodstock, GA
AHRMM Member since 2013
"I initially joined AHRMM for the resources it provides in all aspects of healthcare supply chain. Being an agent for change, I felt it important to look beyond the experience in the four walls of the institution where I worked, to discover best practices, and identify opportunities to move beyond "this is the way we have always done it". AHRMM has been and continues to be that resource."
Chris Matala, CMRP, Director of Supply Chain & Sterile Processing, Island Hospital, Anacortes, WA
AHRMM Member since 2010
"AHRMM does an incredible job with the conference! I appreciate the ability to interact with peers and business partners, and get relevant information on what’s happening in supply chain. I’ve gotten to meet people from around the country that have done wonderful things in their facilities and impacted healthcare. That has made me a better supply chain professional.”
Jose Sorto, MBA, CMRP, Commander/Administrator Officer at USAF, Chevy Chase, MD
AHRMM Member since 2009
"I joined AHRMM because I love being a “Logie” (e.g. supply chain). The best part of being involved in AHRMM is meeting other professionals in my field, experiencing new ideas and best practices."