AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Supply Chain’s Role in Social Responsibility, Community Health and Sustainability

Product Code: 314OD0319A

Member: $0.00
Non-Member: $99.00



There is no question that supply chain can play a significant role in community health, the social well-being of your community and support those in your organization that are leading these efforts. That’s why it is important to understand the historic—and continuing role of hospitals as a key member of the community you serve, and how supply chain should think about this role.  
This session will examine the evolving needs of communities, the historic role of hospitals as a community enterprise, and why your facilities are viewed by the public as an anchor in your community. The ideas presented during this one-hour webinar will help you to think beyond simply responding to certain events and needs into areas where your role can play a bigger part of your health system—and your community.  
This is an emerging area of importance for all health care supply chain executives to understand and participate in if you wish to evolve your strategic role within your organization. This session will give you plenty to think about and ideas to contribute to your organization and your community.  
Learning Objectives: 
  • Discuss the key elements of social responsibility and the historic role hospitals and health care providers have played in community health and our footprint on the community.
  • Define community health and identify your organization’s current and future ‘footprint’.
  • Explain the potential roles supply chain can play as a community health leader.
  • Develop messaging to encourage hospital leadership in supporting supply chain’s role in community and environmental health.
  • Operationalize and set goals within the context of supply chain and social responsibility, including possible metrics.
  • John Strong, Co-Founder and Chief Consulting Officer, Access Strategy Partners In