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Having conversations with clinicians can be difficult, Howard Mann, a 30 year supply chain professional, discusses how to prepare for physician conversations regarding vendor consolidations to reduce the number of suppliers for product or product categories.
As you implement new efficiencies into your supply chain system, use technology and collaboration solutions that support the five key aspects – data and data analysis, resiliency, transparency, uniformity, and adaptability. A process based on these qualities makes room for future innovation and evolves along with the industry.
Teresa Dail, chief supply chain officer, VUMC and 2018 AHRMM board chair, shares AHRMM’s definition of clinical integration and why a clinically integrated supply chain is important to her and her colleagues at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) redefines business expectations and brings a dynamic and strategic approach to the supply chain. By Ed Hardin Jr.  Download Article 
Changes in population health, the advent of disruptive technologies and consumerism are forcing changes in the way the entire health care continuum is defined, including the supply chain. By: Andria J. Davis Download Article
Innovation in health care goes far beyond products and services. It encompasses the way patients perceive their health care experience. By Dave Reed, vice president, healthcare solutions, Cook Medical Download Article
As health care organizations look for ways to meaningfully impact cost, quality and outcomes, they are expanding the care delivery continuum and increasingly transitioning services out of the hospital and into non-acute settings. Today, 95 percent of patient visits take place in non-acute care facilities, from the physician’s office to patients’ homes. This volume is likely to grow as health systems turn to new models designed to impact the health of target patient populations.
This short webcast reviews the strengths of pharmacy and supply chain to explore how they can partner to improve patient safety, patient health, and organizational finances. Presenter: Stewart Layhe, supply chain project manager, Denver Health
Though life-saving breakthroughs are occurring daily, the way health care is delivered continues to be more like a race between the hare and the tortoise.  By Bob Taylor, senior vice president, supply chain, RWJBarnabas Health Download Article
Free professional strengths finder grid template. This tool is mentioned in the AHRMM webcast, Taking Your Great Team to New Performance Levels. 
Nicole Mazzei-Williams, region director, TRIOSE, discusses working at the most optimum level when your individual strengths are used. She also provides tips for supply chain leaders and managers on how to coach employees who may be under stress to get back to their strengths.
Judi Proctor, senior consultant and metrics ambassador, Vizient walks through a benchmarking ro
In this short webcast, Dena Jackson, vice president, Clinical Supply Chain, Providence St. Joseph, and Sophie Rutherford, vice president, Business Development, Jump Technologies discuss supply chain as the hub of your organization as value analysis is transforming to clinical integration and changing the organization. This webcast is also available as an AHRMM podcast.
As health care organizations evolve, their strategies to include population health, the total cost, episode and subsequently value of care provided will be determined by patient outcomes. And this means finding the right balance between Cost, Quality and Outcomes is no longer a nice-to-have sentiment; it will be critical to sustaining one's viability across clinical, financial and operational domains.
CHICAGO, September 11, 2018 — In the election for the Association for Health Care Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) of the American Hospital Association, Dee Donatelli, CMRP, FAHRMM, of Dee Donatelli Consulting LLC, has been elected as the chair-elect of the 2019 AHRMM Board. Donatelli will serve as the AHRMM Board chair in 2020. Additionally, the AHRMM membership elected Mary Beth Briscoe, CPA, FHFMA, FACHE, from the University of Miami, Laura P.
In this short webcast, Dena Jackson and Sophie Rutherford discuss connecting the organization to the supply chain department to build collaborative teams and align goals by utilizing technology, to ensure that supply chain can be the “hub” to connect the organization.
AHRMM is building a repository for leading and proven supply chain practices, case studies, and toolkits that are developed from a Cost, Quality, and Outcomes (CQO) perspective. The following leading practice was submitted by:
AHRMM is building a repository for leading and proven supply chain practices, case studies, and toolkits that are developed from a Cost, Quality, and Outcomes (CQO) perspective. The following leading practice was submitted by:
By: Lora L. Johnson Download Article