With overwhelming job demands and insufficient resources, health care workers – including supply chain professionals – are likely to experience increased anxiety, depression, trauma, burnout and other mental health issues. It is critical for hospitals and health systems to address burnout from a system-wide level to better care for your team members. These evidence-based actions can be initiated within 3 months and build a foundation for a long-term system well-being strategy:
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AHRMM's recommendations help to avoid the inefficiencies, unnecessary product demand, cost and operational management associated with hospitals establishing their own surge inventories, or state mandates for hospitals to maintain a specified number of days of on-hand inventory of critical products and supplies.
A list of alternate and non-traditional supply channels offering personal protective equipment (PPE).
AHRMM is sharing resources from organizations that we think may help you and your hospital or health system in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
AHRMM is collaborating with a valued third-party company utilizing their solution, expertise and processes to vet non-traditional suppliers offering personal protective equipment (PPE) and other critical supplies. The vendor list is updated daily.
AHRMM is keeping members and the public up to date on the latest Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments with links to guidance from AHA, CDC, and other federal, state and local partners to make sure you have the most up-to-date information.
The AHRMM Keys for Supply Chain Excellence are Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that set the standard for supply chain management in the health care field. AHRMM has developed the AHRMM Keys for Supply Chain Excellence – essential Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that every health care supply chain should be measuring.