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  • Professional Strengths Finder Grid Template

    October 16, 2018 | Content Areas: Leadership, Professional Development | Formats: Tool

    Free professional strengths finder grid template. This tool is mentioned in the AHRMM webcast, Taking Your Great Team to New Performance Levels.

  • #SCWeek Spotlight: FHN Memorial Hospital's Supply Chain Team

    October 09, 2018 | Formats: Tool

    See how FHN Memorial Hospital's supply chain team is embodying the theme of #SCWeek by delivering excellence through innovative collaboration.

  • Poster: Adopting a Clinically Integrated Supply Chain

    September 14, 2018 | Content Areas: Leadership | Tags: Change Management, Clinical Resource Management, CQO, Strategic Sourcing | Formats: Tool

    This poster shows how health care supply chain professionals can adopt clinical integration, and why this is necessary in order to sustain viability across clinical, financial, and operational domains.

  • LUC Resources and Deliverables

    July 06, 2018 | Content Areas: Technology | Tags: UDI | Formats: Tool

    AHRMM’s Learning UDI Community (LUC) is a health care collaborative effort, in collaboration with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health, established to address issues impacting the adoption and implementation of the Unique Device Identifier by developing a common understanding and approach within the health care setting. LUC work groups are comprised of a diverse group of health care supply chain professionals, who work together to develop progressive practices, proposed solutions, and resources to focus on topics that can accelerate UDI adoption. This document is a comprehensive listing of LUC resources and deliverables developed by the LUC work groups and includes best recommended practices, case studies, and power point content templates, with the goal of promoting and accelerating UDI adoption.

  • Business Case for the UDI Presentation

    May 11, 2018 | Content Areas: Technology | Tags: UDI | Formats: Tool

    With significant pressures on hospitals and healthcare systems, it is incumbent upon those who recognize the benefits of UDI to build the business case for UDI adoption in the healthcare delivery environment. As the one discipline that works with operational, clinical, financial and technical leaders, supply chain professionals can help build the business case that documents value for multiple stakeholders.

    Download the Business Case for UDI work group presentation and share it with your organization and other stakeholders. By identifying current and future workflows around key hospital processes, the workgroup has provided insights that can help identify areas of investment necessary and corresponding benefits. Healthcare systems can take the current state workflows and adjust them as necessary to match their specific processes and also make any necessary adjustments to the future state to align with their vision for UDI adoption.

  • Supply Chain Disaster Preparedness Manual (DOC Version)

    January 10, 2018 | Content Areas: Strategic Planning | Tags: Disaster/Outbreak Preparedness | Formats: Tool

    Preparing for disasters is a much more difficult task than preparing for the day-to-day emergencies that a healthcare facility or system faces. Disaster preparation goes beyond the healthcare facility walls. It involves coordination with community partners and federal and state responders. Disaster preparation calls for everyone to work together for a common goal: to meet the needs of the community in a time of extreme devastation. This manual provides a framework for preparing for such a coordinated and collaborative response to a disaster.

  • Supply Chain Disaster Preparedness Manual (DOCX Version)

    January 10, 2018 | Content Areas: Strategic Planning | Tags: Disaster/Outbreak Preparedness | Formats: Tool

    Preparing for disasters is a much more difficult task than preparing for the day-to-day emergencies that a healthcare facility or system faces. Disaster preparation goes beyond the healthcare facility walls. It involves coordination with community partners and federal and state responders. Disaster preparation calls for everyone to work together for a common goal: to meet the needs of the community in a time of extreme devastation. This manual provides a framework for preparing for such a coordinated and collaborative response to a disaster.

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