Prepare for the CMRP examination with the review guide! This review guide is an update of the formerly known “Materials Management Review Guide CMRP Examination Review Guide Fifth Edition”.
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Help yourself prepare for the CMRP Examination with the CMRP Examination Review Guide. This review guide is an update of the formerly known “Materials Management Review Guide CMRP Examination Review Guide Fifth Edition”.
This second edition offers an unprecedented look into how the healthcare strategy professions will evolve in the coming years.
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This monograph provides a step-by-step model for building a business case in support of energy resiliency investments in health care facilities. It also includes other best practices and ways to support resiliency.
Health care facilities are becoming increasingly complex, requiring the health care facility manager to effectively lead and manage multi-disciplinary teams. This monograph defines eight competencies essential to health care facility management and discusses how these competencies equip the manager for leadership.
This overview session is for organizations and community health partnerships beginning to plan for a community health needs assessment, especially if they are new to the activity or have not recently completed one.
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Join SHSMD as Futurescan 2014 executive editor Don Seymour synthesizes key takeaways from the latest issue of Futurescan.
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The process of annual clinical contract evaluations can be time consuming and overwhelming, and supply chain has a unique opportunity to support the continuum of care as we expand our CQO efforts and strive to meet requirements. In this webinar, we will discuss the clinical contract evaluation process, including government requirements, expectations and improving contract performance with the use of key performance indicators. Attendees will hear firsthand, what the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) learned during their last Joint Commission inspection regarding the evaluation process and the effectiveness of their contracts. In addition, DFCI will share how their annual clinical contract evaluation process has matured through the improvement of existing contract management technology to help automate the evaluation process.