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CMRP Procurement and Product Value Analysis Course
This product is also available as a bundle. View BundleJune 08, 2018 | Content Areas: Procurement | Tags: CMRP, Contracting, Data Standards, MMIS, Procure to Pay | Formats: eLearning Course | CPE Credit: 1
Prepare for the revised CMRP examination with the new CMRP eLearning course. This module covers the procurement and product value analysis portion of the exam.
March 01, 2018 | Content Areas: Procurement | Tags: Capital Equipment, Contracting, Cost Management, Suppliers | Formats: eLearning Course | CPE Credit: 4
Take your negotiation skills to the next level with AHRMM's new Master of Negotiations Certificate eLearning Course. In this course, you will learn how to enhance existing negotiation skills for today's rapidly changing healthcare environment, while also learning tried and tested best practices for high-level negotiations from seasoned negotiator, John Strong.
Allen Archer, Director of Supply Chain Management, Houston Hospitals, Inc., explains the basics of writing a contract including best practices and key tips. This Webcast is also available as an AHRMM Podcast
Allen Archer, Director of Supply Chain Management, Houston Hospitals, Inc., describes five key terms and conditions that will assist you in writing a contract. This Webcast is also available as an AHRMM Podcast.
November 10, 2017 | Content Areas: Procurement | Tags: Cost Management, CQO, Suppliers | Formats: Webcast
Brent Petty discusses what forces are currently affecting healthcare and the platform hospitals use for decision making criteria. This webcast is also available as an AHRMM Podcast.
September 15, 2017 | Content Areas: Procurement | Tags: Contracting, Cost Management, CQO, Strategic Sourcing, Sustainability | Formats: On-Demand Recording | CPE Credit: 1
Even with product total cost of ownership (TCO) calculations in mind, there are additional cost savings, and environmental and human health impacts that are often missed. Learn how a new free tool has helped reduced both.
Today, procuring medical parts is inefficient and diverts resources from servicing equipment critical to patient care. It can take up to 120 minutes per order. Therefore, it would be better to create a single, reproducible process across the organization that returns time and capacity to clinical engineers.
By Brennan Stice, Vice President of Business Development, PartsSource