Policies and Procedures Manual for the Health Care Supply Chain, 2nd Edition

By AHRMM
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Description

AHRMM's Policies and Procedures Manual for the Health Care Supply Chain, 2nd Edition contains over 160 new and revised health care supply chain policies and procedures to reflect current leading practices needed to run a successful supply chain department in any health care organization.

The Policies and Procedures Manual covers the following health care supply chain areas:

  1. Administration
  2. Contracts
  3. Strategic Sourcing
  4. Purchasing
  5. Inventory Management
  6. Receiving and Shipping
  7. Print and Copy
  8. Distribution
  9. Linens
  10. Central Services

In addition to the revision and updates of the policies, the manual now includes a glossary and a list of resources to help educate and support the health care supply chain team within your organization.

Format

The P&P manual is organized in a manner that will simplify the task of creating policies and procedures as well as the tools that are used with them, such as spreadsheets, forms, and checklists. You can edit and tailor each policy, procedure, and tool to your organization's specific needs. The publication can be printed 20 pages at a time.

Online Ordering Process

In an annual subscription format, access is available for one year from the purchase month. Your subscription must be renewed annually to maintain access to the material. If the subscription is not renewed by the expiration date, the user will lose access to the publication. There are no refunds on purchases.

To order, select a license quantity using the links below and add the product to your shopping cart. You will be prompted to review the license agreement and required to acceptance terms to complete your order.

Publication Access

After purchase, you will receive an email from noreply@aha.org with the subject line, "Important Information Regarding Your Recent AHA Purchase." This email will include a custom URL to access the publication through the Tizra® digital publishing software.

*If you purchased for another user ("end-user"), you must forward the link(s) to the "end-user(s)" for use. Do not click on the link(s) yourself as it will only work for one user account.

*The "end-user" may log on to the Tizra® using their AHRMM User ID and Password. All subscribers will need to renew their subscriptions yearly.

No Software Required

There is no software required to view the eBook. Users can access the Policies and Procedures on the Tizra® digital publishing platform using their standard web browser with their AHRMM username and password. For assistance, please contact helpebooks@aha.org

 

Order the Full eBook

  Member Non-Member
Full eBook for Single User $170 $255
Full eBook for 5 Users (10% Discount) $775 $1,150
Full eBook for 10 Users (15% Discount) $1,460 $2,150

 

 

Order Individual Chapters

All individual chapters are priced at $45 for Members and $55 for Non-Members

Chapter 1: Administrative

Chapter 2: Contracts and Strategic Sourcing

Chapter 3: Purchasing

Chapter 4: Inventory Management

Chapter 5: Receiving and Shipping

Chapter 6: Linen Services

Chapter 7: Printing and Copying

Chapter 8: Central Service

 

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