National Health Care Supply Chain Week
National Health Care Supply Chain Week (SC Week) is October 7-13, 2018, with the theme: Health Care Supply Chain. Innovation through Collaboration. In today’s rapidly shifting health care landscape, hospitals and health systems are increasingly challenged to reduce costs and improve patient outcomes, without sacrificing the quality of care. Health care supply chain is uniquely positioned to connect various stakeholders across the continuum of care - no other group interacts with every major stakeholder internally and externally. It is this unique role that allows the supply chain professional to identify connections to deliver value in order to reduce costs, deliver efficiencies, and improve the quality of care for patients and communities.
Join your peers nationwide during SC Week to promote the profession and be reminded about many important roles you take on every day to advance your health care organization.
SC Week 2018 Merchandise - Begin planning your celebration activities now by ordering well-deserved gifts for your staff, colleagues, and friends! Shop the official SC Week Store to see the wide selection of gifts and recognition items including apparel, lunch coolers, pens, mugs, SC Week posters, and more. Order by September 17, 2018, to ensure delivery by SC Week!
|SC WEEK PROMOTIONAL TOOLKIT
Circulate SC Week to your colleagues and social media outlets. Don't forget to follow and mention @AHRMMtweets, and use the hashtag #SCWeek!
Download the Promotional Toolkit.
|SC WEEK CELEBRATION IDEAS
Looking for ideas on how you can honor supply chain professionals? Check out the list of activities and ways to celebrate with your staff during SC Week.
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About Supply Chain Week
Each year, the first week of October is dedicated to celebrating health care supply chain professionals for their outstanding contributions to health care and the overall success of the supply chain. Sponsored by AHRMM, National Health Care Supply Chain Week (SC Week) provides an opportunity to recognize the integral role supply chain professionals play in delivering high-quality patient care throughout the health care field.