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A detailed example of a new Master of Health Administration (MHA) program with a medical logistics concentration.
Learn how Baptist Health forged its traditional AP cost center into a cost savings driver.
During this webinar you will take a look at the drivers of burnout and share organizational steps for addressing well-being in your organization.
Learn what is driving the Great Resignation and how this is affecting health care.
Tariq Kahn, Materials Manager, Peri-operative Services, Montefiore Medical Center, discusses his “ah ha” moment of “I need your help”. In these three short podcasts Tariq considers how educating staff about the importance of each key player’s role improves their understanding of the final goal and helps projects to be accomplished with efficiency and success.
The Introduction to Health Care Supply Chain eLearning courses provide grounded education for those new or seeking a refresher.
This advanced course leads learners through 10 areas of infrastructure surrounding the functions of health care supply chain management.
Dr. Jimmy Chung, Chief Medical Officer, Advantus Health Partners, Bon Secours Mercy Health discusses how physician leadership was critical during the COVID-19 pandemic, development of defined physician leader roles and creating a permanent physician leader position in supply chain organizations.
Consider how direct sourcing can enable access to PPE and the leading practices of building supply chain diversity and resiliency for the future in this Banner Health case study.
The fundamentals of health care supply chain management are the glue that holds the entire health care organization together. Whether you are new or just want a refresher, this self-directed course provides a solid understanding of the basics.
Disaster/Outbreak Preparedness, Procurement, Purchased Services, Reimbursement, Shipping and Receiving, Strategic Planning, Strategic Sourcing, Suppliers, Sustainability, Technology, Value Analysis, Distribution, Finance & Budgeting, Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs), Inventory Management, Leadership
Crises can stress even the strongest leaders. Listen as Dee Donatelli discusses the need to focus on skills that we may not have considered critical a year ago as we continue to virtually lead our teams to improved health care supply chain and patient care. Also available as a podcast.
Supply Chain and Enterprise Risk Management: Navigating the Unknown (Re-engineering the Health Care Supply Chain: A CQO Thought Leader Discussion Series) An AHRMM and ASHRM Joint Presentation
Senior leaders within the finance/supply chain and risk management disciplines share their thoughts on the organizational and patient risks related to current vulnerabilities and action planning that health care organizations can take to minimize their exposure to these risks.
Explore your organization’s clinical integration maturity and leverage leadership involvement to make data-driven decisions.
The Provider Perspective on Building Supply Chain Resiliency (Re-engineering the Health Care Supply Chain: CQO Thought Leader Discussion Series)
Provider panelists discuss their post-pandemic approach to their business continuity programs, working with non-traditional buyers, diversifying their suppliers and the increased focus on supply chain analytics.
Dr. Randy Bradley discusses the attributes leaders must have in order to be effective when managing a multi-generational workforce.
Dr. Cherf, Chief Medical Officer at Lumere, and Dr. Suk, Chief Physician Officer at Geisinger System Services, share eight steps to engage physician leaders in your supply chain.
AHRMM presents a four-part series on successful collaboration with suppliers. In part four, Brent Petty, executive industry consultant at Lexmark International, discusses supply chain leaders’ top concerns and how suppliers can be a helpful partner. The Secrets of Successful Collaboration series
in this short video webcast, Mike Schiller, Senior Director, AHRMM and Dennis Othman, Senior Director, SMI discuss the four key pillars of knowledge and traits based on findings and feedback from various conference and work group meetings with supply chain leaders, individual interviews and literature research.
We all question whether some health care supply chains outperform others, which competencies separate those supply chain professionals from the rest, if customers and financial markets appreciate the differences, and what business lessons are there for the health care industry.