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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 08, 2018 | Content Areas: Professional Development | Tags: CMRP, Contracting, Inventory Management, Purchased Services, Strategic Sourcing | Formats: eLearning Course | CPE Credit: 6
An updated version of the CMRP examination will be released on August 12, 2018. In conjunction with the new exam, AHRMM has developed a new CMRP Review Course Bundle that includes five new CMRP courses.
AHRMM’s Senior Director, Mike Schiller, Makes the Case for UDI Adoption.
September 25, 2017 | Content Areas: Leadership, Professional Development | Tags: Change Management | Formats: Webcast
Professional Coach Mark Noon discusses the types of skills and actions that a leader needs to create a team-oriented culture. This Webcast is also available as an AHRMM Podcast.
August 30, 2017 | Content Areas: Professional Development, Strategic Planning | Tags: Asset Management | Formats: Article
Organizations are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit and retain supply chain expertise and leadership, particularly as the delivery of healthcare grows increasingly complex and expands beyond the traditional hospital. In the last decade, supply chain has emerged “from the basement” to become a strategic management component within many progressive organizations. As today’s healthcare leaders continue to respond and adapt to a never-ending stream of changes, the supply chain programs within their organizations are increasingly viewed as strategic differentiators. Subsequently, the role and expectations for supply chain leadership continues to evolve, impacting the number of current and future leaders.
By AHRMM and The Strategic Marketplace Initiative (SMI)
The need for effective clinical stakeholder engagement is a familiar supply chain concept. The longstanding relationship between materials management and value analysis professionals represents the most common interaction between clinical and supply stakeholders. It is possible, however, to better define what clinical-to-supply integration is and how to achieve it. Through interaction with healthcare organizations nationwide, Vizient defines the characteristics of clinical-to-supply integration as engagement, insights, knowledge and process.
By Martin Lucenti, MD, Senior Principal, Vizient