Research has shown that at least 2/3 of leaders in healthcare supply chain are having real issues locating candidates with the necessary competencies required to replace the supply chain leaders that will be retiring in the next five to ten years. In 2015, AHRMM and SMI partnered to envision the supply chain executive of the future in order to assist professionals in developing their skills to better lead the healthcare supply chain.
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Professional Coach Mark Noon discusses the types of skills and actions that a leader needs to create a team-oriented culture.
In this short webcast, Chris Wiekert will take you through the steps he used to lead his department in a culture change from one with poor service levels, inefficient manual processes, and a general dissatisfaction towards the overall department, into a customer-focused, highly valued service to the organization.
In this short webcast, Dena Jackson and Sophie Rutherford discuss connecting the organization to the supply chain department in order to build collaborative teams and align goals. Utilizing technology, supply chain can be the “hub” to connect the organization.
David Reed, Vice President Healthcare Solutions, Cook Medical, discusses the generational gap in health care supply chain leadership as health care faces new challenges.
Join Colleen Cusick, Director of Materials Management at Johns Hopkins Health System, as she discuss building a basic supply chain education program for nurses in her health system.
John Barnes, supply chain director of systems and analytics at St. Luke’s Health System, discusses a five step marketing plan to drive supply chain change management.
Dr. John Cherf, chief medical officer at Lumere, explores the findings from a physician survey regarding how physicians make decisions as it relates to costs, quality, and variations.
Dave Reed, vice president, healthcare solutions, Cook Medical, discusses the generational gap in health care supply chain leadership as the field faces new challenges.
Colleen Cusick, director of materials management at Johns Hopkins Health System, discusses how she created a basic supply chain education program for nurses in her health system.
AHRMM presents a four-part series on successful collaboration with suppliers. In part three, Brent Petty, executive industry consultant at Lexmark International, discusses finding common ground between providers and suppliers and working towards the total cost of ownership.
Annie Weisbrod, principal scientist at Procter and Gamble, discusses the science behind sustainable hygiene products in this free AHRMM webcast.
AHRMM presents a four-part series on successful collaboration with suppliers. In part one, Mike Schiller, former director of supply chain at AHRMM, discusses AHRMM’s CQO Movement and IHI’s Triple Aim and how they are affecting the health care supply chain today. As primary care shifts its focus to prevention, suppliers need to partner with providers to provide best practices and tools for prevention and health promotion.
In part two of a four-part series on successful collaboration with suppliers, Mike Schiller, former director of supply chain at AHRMM, discusses relationship building, utilizing trust and transparency.
2018 AHRMM CQO Summit: Each year at the annual AHRMM Cost, Quality and Outcomes (CQO) Summit, participants throughout the health care field come together to share their knowledge, leading practices and ideas on supply chain’s role in delivering higher quality care at a more affordable cost. The CQO Summit discussions, in turn, inform the next year’s CQO report, which guides the development of the agenda for that year’s Summit.
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.
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.
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.