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An updated version of the CMRP exam will be released on August 12, 2018. In conjunction with the new exam, AHRMM has developed a new CMRP Examination Review Guide. This publication is an update of AHRMM's Materials Management Review Guide, 5th Edition.
June 16, 2015 | Content Areas: Value Analysis | Tags: Contracting, Cost Management, CQO, Distribution, Shipping and Receiving | Formats: Publication
This book outlines various levels of supply chain performance, providing guidance that hospital and health system executives can use to implement supply chain strategies that reduce total expenses, improve patient care, and better align with value-based reimbursement models to improve overall operations.
July 26, 2011 | Content Areas: Procurement | Tags: Benchmarking, Inventory Management | Formats: Publication
Presenting the core concepts and techniques of supply chain management in a clear, concise, and easily readable style, the Third Edition of Essentials of Supply Chain Management outlines the most crucial tenets and concepts of supply chain management.
AHRMM created this book for engaged and motivated supply chain leaders in the making.
January 01, 2011 | Content Areas: Professional Development | Tags: Change Management | Formats: Publication
This book covers most of the elements of the healthcare supply chain but, in another sense, its message is far from elementary. Understanding and applying what is found in this book can make a strategic difference in the success (or lack thereof) of both the reader and, more importantly, the supply chain of his or her organization.
January 01, 2010 | Content Areas: Logistics | Tags: Distribution, Inventory Management, MMIS | Formats: Publication
While the fundamentals of healthcare supply chain services have not changed dramatically over the past 18 to 20 years, the scope of healthcare supply chain has advanced. Most supply chain service organizations have become actively integrated support service and resource organizations, which are viewed as key to containing costs and "margin menders".