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Jan 19, 2021
The AHRMM LUC members submitted public comments and recommendations at the FDA's November 2020 meeting related to the need to include the UDI in the recall process. They highlighted the prototype recall database and electronic submission form, as well as survey data supporting its creation.
Jan 11, 2021
Building UDI into Longitudinal Data for Medical Device Evaluation (BUILD) Point of Care Capture of UDI for Implantable Devices final summary report and roadmap.
Dec 21, 2020
Consider how the four emerging themes on purchased services and their leading practices can deliver improved margins.
Dec 15, 2020
AHRMM20+ Cost, Quality and Outcomes (CQO) Summit white paper describes lessons learned by health care supply chain during the COVID-19 pandemic, best practices to address supply shortages and other challenges, and steps health care leaders are now taking to strengthen supply chain resiliency moving forward.
Dec 3, 2020
Robotic Process Automation or RPA is new to the health care field but can be solution to reduce margins at your hospital. Richard Mackey, Senior Vice President of IT at Intalere, explains what RPA is, how it can be utilized in health care, and how it is affordable for all hospitals.
Dec 3, 2020
Achieve cost savings through methods to increase clinical buy-in and adherence to supply chain decision. while maintaining a focus on clinical outcomes.
Dec 1, 2020
Updated for 2020! Begin your studies of the Supply Chain Management and Finance relationship portion within the CMRP examination with a new interactive and engaging self-directed course.
Nov 19, 2020
John Bass, Founder and CEO of Hashed Health explains how Blockchain works, some of the current Blockchain initiatives and how health care organizations can use it to share data.
Nov 5, 2020
Health care supply chain leaders discuss methods to reduce the impact of demand surges and supply shortages due to unexpected events. A three-part plan to stabilize, adapt, and evolve to improve supply resilience will be shared, with a deep dive on various ways to increase trust, transparency and predictability in the supply chain.
Oct 27, 2020
Tremendous value can be achieved by investing Supply Chain Management (SCM) resources into shared services where optimizing the supply chain is not normally a top priority. This paper will discuss an example where SCM partnered with the Nutrition and Food Services (NFS) department within a medical center.
Oct 20, 2020
AHRMM membership elected Amanda Chawla, MHA, FACHE, vice president of supply chain at Stanford Hospital, Stanford Children’s Health, Stanford-Valley Care (Stanford Medicine), Lori Pilla, RN, MBA, CPSM, system vice president and chief supply chain officer at Mercy Health, and Curtis Lancaster, MHA, CMRP, vice president supply chain at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center as provider representatives on the 2021 board. The AHRMM membership also elected Randy V.
Oct 13, 2020
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.
Oct 13, 2020
COVID-19 has forced us all to embrace and rely on virtual technology to conduct business. This sudden change has impacted supply chain operations and strategy execution, from staffing to supplier engagement and operational performance.
Oct 13, 2020
In the first half of the webinar, we will explore the Hospital PMI™, an ISM® Report On Business® vertical specific to hospitals, launched Friday, August 7, 2020. Developed in partnership with AHRMM, the Hospital PMI™ is the first report of its kind exploring data that delves into areas that specifically cover hospital supply chains. The U.S. hospital community can leverage the Hospital PMI™ data for actionable supply chain planning insights.
Oct 13, 2020
Value Analysis programs are charged with evaluating products and services while balancing cost, quality, and outcomes in the decision. The quality of the products and the outcomes from using the products cannot be compromised, but today’s environment within healthcare dictates that cost is a significant factor influencing the decision. Unfortunately, the identified savings is not always realized in the anticipated time frame or to the full extent. Every week an initiative is delayed or not fully implemented results in lost dollars that cannot be recouped.
Oct 2, 2020
If you’re just starting to discuss elective procedures, supply chain must continuously communicate and develop relationships with key players to maintain the importance of supply chain input in their minds.
Sep 17, 2020
Explore your organization’s clinical integration maturity and leverage leadership involvement to make data-driven decisions.