Cost:

Free for HFMA Members
Buy HFMA Membership to Attend

Delivery Method:

Self Study

Course Availability:

1 Year

Recommended for:

Healthcare Supply Chain

Career level:

Executive

Audience:

Hospitals and Other Providers
Physicians and Other Practitioners

Advance Preparation:

None

Prerequisites:

Knowledgeable of healthcare processes and operations
How To | Supply Chain Management

A hospital or health system that wants the best possible client service from its supply chain must provide resources — including staff, technology and tools — as well as opportunities to collaborate on decision-making that will position the...

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Trend | Supply Chain Management

The main influencers in supply chain management decisions are supply chain leaders and the CFO.

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Blog | Supply Chain Management

Applying the principles of high-reliability organizations to the healthcare supply chain is a key step in enhancing overall quality.

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Business Profile | Supply Chain Management

Three HealthTrust leaders talk about the cost and quality advantages of creating a value analysis program and offer strategies for getting started.

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Business Profile | Supply Chain Management

Andrew Motz, assistant vice president, supply chain consulting at HealthTrust, discusses the value of a data-driven approach when procuring purchased services.

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On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Supply Chain Management

Explore how aggregation groups help healthcare providers drive down cost & improve delivery of care

On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Supply Chain Management

Explore how aggregation groups help healthcare providers drive down cost & improve delivery of care

Description

Aggregation groups were created to help independent hospitals choose supplies and initiate processes to ensure members commit a high percentage of their purchasing to group contracts. As value-based care takes hold, aggregation groups have evolved to help members also address new challenges, including: clinical alignment, physician preference supply use, care delivery models, and the application of advanced analytics to drive better decisions. During the webinar, we discuss the evolution of health care aggregation groups, the different facets of aggregation group participation, and how aggregation groups add value. We explore the success drivers and challenges in health care aggregation and how partnering with the right aggregation group can help you achieve your organizational goals.
After this program, you'll be able to..
  • Identify the three types of aggregation groups and how they add value
  • Recognize the success drivers and challenges associated with aggregation
  • Determine your organization's readiness to join an aggregation group

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