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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Cracking the Bullwhip - See How Demand Variation Affects the Supply Chain

Demand amplification often leads to too little or too much inventory and can be stopped by taking command of your inventory and managing variables.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Creating a Culture of Teamwork: Managing Up for Highly Reliable Team Players

The engagement and alignment of employees will accelerate achievement of quality, safety, service and operational goals. This is easy to say, but it is more challenging to execute. Discover what leaders must do to create true employee collaboration through Managing Up.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Creating an Agile Supply Chain Through HRO Inventory Management

Transforming health care should not only include clinical driven initiatives, but take a high reliability organization approach within all major contributors to the acute-care setting, specifically, Supply Chain Management.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Data Driven Utilization

Improve product utilization and drive down costs through the combination of best in class supply chain operations and data.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Debunking the Myth of Physician Preference - Part 1

The concept of physician preference has challenged hospital leadership seeking to control costs while maintaining strong relationships with practitioners. Margins on physician preference items are typically higher compared to other innovative industries and products. In this presentation, we share findings from a groundbreaking survey of physicians and case studies that will debunk several myths that have stifled clinical resource management. Presenters will highlight the shift toward evaluating physician preference items and its profound impact on your organization’s approach to value analysis and improving clinical and financial outcomes. The second part of this series on April 6th will take a deeper dive into these dialogues that can increase positive and productive relationships.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Decoding Supply Chain Analytics for Improved Cost, Quality, and Outcomes

This session will focus on key learnings and best practices using case studies from leading hospitals and healthcare systems that have successfully aligned their supply chain and strategic vision.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Delivering High Quality Healthcare for Low Cost: Rethinking Supplies in the OR

Empowering stakeholders, both physicians and staff, to understand how their choices impact patient costs often has immediate influence on a change in practice within the operating room. Surgical Pricing Reduction Initiative and New Growth (SPRING) is a project with achieved savings of over $15 million in 2013 and a goal of $25 million in 2014 throughout a 22-facility system. Achieving savings occur by developing the right resources: reports, dashboards, an enhanced doctor preference card update process, and culture change. The elements of SPRING can be successfully implemented in any size facility.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Developing and Sustaining a Standardized Capital Replacement Plan Series

In this 2-part webinar recording, we will learn the importance of a standardized capital replacement plan. The first webinar covers developing and implementing a standardized capital replacement plan and the second webinar covers how to sustain the plan.

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AHRMM On-Demand Webinar: Engage to Achieve: CQO Outside of Supply Chain

Learn how to enhance CQO efforts through the inclusion of Budget Impact Analysis (BIA), along with clinical and other economic perspectives and the continuous strategies of the value analysis process.

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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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