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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: A Question of Ownership Aligning Processes Between Accounts Payable and Supply Chain A Question of Ownership Aligning Processes Between Accounts Payable and Supply Chain

In many organizations, the relationship between supply chain and accounts payable is strained due to lack of clarity and ownership. This presentation will discuss and demonstrate ways to form a collaborative, streamlined and process driven approach to reconciling purchase order errors, facilitating purchase order matching and creating positive outcomes for departments and vendors. Attendees will learn ways to create team oriented workgroups, utilize automation to promote process change and effectively use root cause analysis for a strong procure to pay system.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Accountable Care Organizations and the Impact on Supply Chain

The impact on supply chain management is being felt in a variety of ways and this web event will focus on the key areas of change from ACOs that supply chain professionals need to be strategically aware of.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Achieving Supply Chain Integration Across a Merged Enterprise

Save time in the creation of an effective healthcare systems integration plan with best practices and lessons learned from other organizations.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Advancing Supplier Relationships: A CQO Imperative

Learn key tools of collaboration and operating principles, barriers, and partnership model takeaways to assist in developing successful and deeper supplier relationships to advance shared value among a network of suppliers.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: An Interprofessional Approach to Controlling HAI - Reduction of CAUTI Lowers Cost and Improves Quality of Care

A webinar describing one academic medical centers experience in an inter-professional approach to reducing CAUTI hospital-acquired infections.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Anatomy & Physiology of CMS Pay for Performance

CMS Pay for Performance programs impact all acute care hospitals in the United States. Several program directly impact the supply chain, including Value-Based Purchasing, Readmissions Reduction, and the Hospital Acquired Conditions Penalty Programs. JoAnn Brooks, System Vice President, Safety & Quality at Indiana University Health will lead attendees in deciphering each programs’ structure, measures and specific payment connections through Federal Fiscal Year 2018 and proposed future changes. Emphasis will be placed on the Value-Based Purchasing Program.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Annual Clinical Contract Evaluations: Are You Ready?

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.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Application of Lean Six Sigma to Inventory Management

This session is a comprehensive approach to understanding Lean Management System concepts, processes, and tools and their application to improving inventory management in the healthcare supply chain.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: At the Starting Line with CJR: Groundbreaking Strategies for Hitting Your Benchmarks

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) bundled payment model is set to begin on April 1, 2016. The approaching CJR model performance period has providers in affected markets working to hit the quality score for reconciliation payment eligibility. As value-based reimbursement is something hospitals everywhere will need to eventually embrace, these changes will require a significant departure from business as usual. HealthTrust is bringing together three of its top medical, sourcing, and technical subject matter experts for an insightful hour of the initial impact CJR has on hospitals’ orthopedic service line. They will also discuss two strategies for moving the needle on performance: 1) build a knowledge base of implants in collaboration with physicians to increase savings; and 2) use patients’ natural affinity for technology to keep them meaningfully engaged with providers to help quantify the “quality” of orthopedic care as defined and financially rewarded by CMS.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Being Lean: Identifying and Improving Transportation Efficiency

Improving quality and efficiency while controlling cost is an imperative across healthcare. Health systems nationwide are adopting lean, a quality improvement philosophy, as an approach to meet this daunting challenge. As health system leaders continue to focus on applying the lean philosophy to their original processes, there are still areas of waste that are in direct conflict with lean principles. One such example is intersite logistics, or healthcare transportation. Without careful consideration, intersite logistics can easily include the duplication associated with multiple couriers traveling to the same location. Other important items include chain of custody, redundant lab, pharmacy, print and mail logistics operations; overproduction in the lab due to specimen flow misalignment; lost/delayed specimens, equipment and/or supplies; extra inventory and capital equipment sitting idle, when they could be shared/used by other facilities; clinician time wasted waiting for delayed lab tests or needed equipment or supplies, to name a few. This event will help define and identify healthcare transportation areas that can be modified with lean principles and provide tools and processes that can transform logistics into a more efficient and cost-effective system.

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