Integrating Physician Leadership in Supply Chain Management

By AHRMM

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Price: Member: $98.00 | Non-Member: $198.00

Continuing Education Credits (CECs): 2 hours

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Physician leadership within healthcare supply chain is fast becoming a requirement to help reduce costs and increase quality and outcomes. Measurable change is coming from all directions: from reduction of device variability and increased procedure standardization, to the value analysis of new products and the negotiation of contracts and warrantees. In this self-paced eLearning course, participants will actively engage with content to learn how to find the right physician leader and the skills needed, to build a value-based, patient-centric supply chain program. Learn best practice models and guidelines your team can manipulate to fit your own organization’s unique needs.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the extent to which physician leadership can increase savings and improve quality and outcomes as you explore the needs of your organization.
  • Recognize what a physician leader in supply chain looks like and what factors to consider when searching for a physician leader.
  • Learn how to integrate physician leadership skills into the building of a value-based, patient-centric supply chain program.

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