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This on-demand session was presented at the Spring Summit: Transformational Excellence.
This on-demand session was presented at the Spring Summit: Transformational Excellence.
The Supply Chain Fundamentals eLearning series provides foundational skills for supply chain professionals. Participants will learn how to develop and apply tools, approaches, and techniques used in the design and operation of health care systems and the integrated supply chain.
The AHRMM Power Up Podcast Series, a podcast dedicated to health care supply chain professionals. Hosted by Mike Schiller and Justin Poulin, this groundbreaking series explores the latest trends, strategic insights, and innovative solutions in the health care supply chain industry.
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.
Hear from the Stanford Medicine supply chain team, led by Amanda Chawla, vice president of supply chain, on how they have maintained and enhanced their team culture while in a distributed workforce with inventive communication and collaboration techniques.Presenters from Stanford Hospital, Stanford Children's Health, Stanford-Valley Care (Stanford Medicine):
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.
The engagement and alignment of employees accelerates achievement of quality, safety, service and operational goals. These tasks are easily stated but challenging to execute. Discover what leaders must do to create true employee collaboration through "managing up".
Investing in yourself by taking continuing education courses, no matter what kind, is essential for personal and professional growth. Hear from two supply chain experts who explain the benefits of life-long learning and earning their Certified Resource Materials Professional (CMRP) Certificate, and how you can do the same.
  Price: Member: $98.00 | Non-Member: $198.00 Continuing Education Credits (CECs): 2 hours
Now that the entire healthcare field is increasing its focus on value-based care, supply chain and physicians are working more closely together. Jarad Garshnick, AVP of Physician Advisors, HealthTrust discusses the top five areas that supply chain should consider when collaborating with physicians to reduce cost and clinical variations as they continue to improve outcomes. Presented by: Jarad Garshnick, AVP of Physician Advisors, HealthTrust Purchasing Group
 Price: Member: $765.00 | Non-Member: $950.00Continuing Education Credits (CECs): 20 hours (5 per module)
Wellmont Health System in Tennessee has developed a scorecard to help supply chain executives convince even the toughest clinicians and hospital administrators to collaborate and drive down overall costs (while maintaining the highest standards of patient care and safety) by speaking their language: evidence. This webinar provides detail on how to use the DRG scorecard. An excel file of the scorecard is provided upon completion.
AHRMM strives to provide the education, information, and resources necessary for its members to remain at the top of their field. Tune into this podcast episode and hear from two AHRMM members as they discuss the opportunities to actively participate with the Association, and how your involvement will benefit you and the supply chain community.
The intersection of CQO is patient care, Deborah Rey presents ten commandments you should adopt if they're not already part of your values both professionally and personally.
Welcome to the healthcare supply chain: the art and science of supply chain management as it is configured and practiced in hospitals and hospital systems. If you have come to a new position as a supply chain leader within a provider organization from another industry, or even right out of school, then this primer is written for you. It can also be a valuable guide for senior executives who take on executive oversight of a provider supply chain for the first time in their career, whether or not they are veterans of the healthcare industry.