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2014 FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities - Book Format 1. 2014 FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities - Book Format
This Facility Guidelines Institute product provides minimum standards for design and construction of hospitals and outpatient facilities with major updates to previous editions. Bulk order discounts available.

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2014 FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities - e-Book Format 3. 2014 FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities - e-Book Format
This Facilities Guidelines Institute product, in eBook format, provides minimum standards for design & construction of hospitals & outpatient facilities with major updates to previous editions.

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AHA Hospital Statistics™ 2017 edition, Print Format 5. AHA Hospital Statistics™ 2017 edition, Print Format
Comprehensive reference source for analysis/comparison of hospital trends in U.S. community hospitals. Contains historical trends in utilization, personnel, & finances for selected years 1946-2015.

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The HR Answer Book 6. The HR Answer Book
An Indispensable Guide for Managers and Human Resources Professionals, 2nd Ed.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Ordering, Shipping and Materials Management: A Process Improvement Partnership Case Study and Best Practices 7. AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Ordering, Shipping and Materials Management: A Process Improvement Partnership Case Study and Best Practices
Learn about a comprehensive assessment and process improvement exercise on the Total Cost of Ownership model between UPMC and Cook Medical. Specific areas of focus included ordering, shipping and materials management. Within these areas, multiple supply chain activities were analyzed as potential cost drivers including: freight costs, package consolidation, data standards, inventory management, rush orders, custom device orders and more. As a result, changes were implemented to reduce the total cost of ownership. In this session, we will demonstrate the impact that this project has had on both organizations.

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Recommended Practice Series: Environmental Services Equipment and Supplies 8. Recommended Practice Series: Environmental Services Equipment and Supplies
This booklet provides management professionals with an effective tool for training staff in properly maintaining, stocking, and rotating cleaning equipment and supplies in ES supply closets

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Healthcare Value Chain: Producers, Purchasers And Providers 9. Healthcare Value Chain: Producers, Purchasers And Providers
Based on a groundbreaking research, this important book offers an in-depth examination of how the health care supply chain helps create value and competitive advantage.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: From Invisibility to Transparency: Cultivating OR Cost Awareness 10. AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: From Invisibility to Transparency: Cultivating OR Cost Awareness
Healthcare perioperative services departments must tighten the reins of their own budgets in order to meet organizational expectations. The operating rooms at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, were tasked to reduce 10% of their supply costs from previous spending levels. In the face of continued technology demands and a need to serve their patient care, education, and research missions, the perioperative services administration created a rigorous and rapid approach to raising the level of cost awareness among its nursing, surgical technician, and surgical staff. Previously, staff members were blind to the cost and utilization of materials used in surgery. Through a variety of data-sharing approaches and personalized analysis, they have made sensible choices about product use and removed unnecessary waste with an eye toward the collective financial future. The Massachusetts General leadership team will share how they used data capture to assess supply use and how they changed the culture in their hospital to be more cost aware. They will also examine the hurdles they encountered and how they addressed each along the way so you, too, can instill a financial mindfulness in your facility.

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