An Important COVID-19 Resource Update: AHRMM Is Vetting Non-Traditional Suppliers Offering PPE and Other Critical Supplies

AHRMM is vetting non-traditional suppliers offering personal protective equipment (PPE) and other critical supplies for the health care supply chain. Please bookmark this page ahrmm.org/COVID-19 and check back often as we continue to update this list daily.

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All suppliers are being reviewed through the Vendormate solution using the Fraud Abuse Control Information Systems (FACIS) Level 1M search which is considered the minimal “best practice” and includes all federal level data. Searches are being performed against agency sources of information including Office of the Inspector General (OIG), System for Award Management (SAM), and the FDA. FACIS Level 1M also includes state level Federal Healthcare Entitlement Program (FHEP) related data. This includes information such as state offices of the Medicaid Inspector General or equivalent state’s Attorneys General, the Medicaid Healthcare Fraud Prevention and Enforcement Action Team (“HEAT”) content and any state level contractor or procurement debarment data.

The listing of these suppliers or their products is for informational purposes only, and in no way constitutes or should be viewed as an endorsement by AHRMM or the American Hospital Association. AHRMM strongly recommends that you follow your organizations vendor review and approval policies and procedures.

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  • Andover, Massachusetts, WittKieffer is pleased to collaborate with Yankee Alliance as the organization seeks a dynamic, innovative leader to serve as its next CEO. Based in Andover, MA, Yankee Alliance is a long standing group purchasing organization focused on reducing supply and operating expenses for its members, and excelling in strategic innovations. Today, Yankee Alliance consists of over 16,000 members in all classes of trades across all 50 states. The organization is successful financially, and enjoys a strong reputation given their ability to build long-lasting relationships and achieve success for their members. As the largest shareholder and a member of Premier Inc., Yankee Alliance has access to over 2,200 contracts negotiated with over $42 billion in purchasing power, as well as access to Premier programs and services to meet their members' non-purchasing needs. Last year alone members saved over $110 million dollars. Due to the planned retirement of the current CEO, the Board seeks a growth- and relationship-oriented leader who possesses a well-demonstrated strategic skill set, as well as a contemporary understanding of supply chain trends. While an understanding of supply chain is important, we welcome interest from leaders who possess experience with performance improvement initiatives and initiating and expanding services and programs, including experience leveraging the role of technology. Given what has been revealed through the pandemic relative to the disruptions in the supply chain, and because ongoing success for the Alliance will mean finding new ways to grow and deliver value, the Alliance Board seeks an individual with an orientation and track record of advancing practical, proven solutions, yet who also possesses an entrepreneurial, innovative orientation. Candidates must possess exceptional relationship building skills and have a history of building trusting, sustaining relationships with executive-level leaders. Continuing to grow membership and programs and services are key priorities for the Alliance and its CEO. The CEO will establish effective relationships with Premier's team of leaders, identifying opportunities, leveraging Premier's services, program and strengths and advocating as appropriate for the Alliance. While healthcare experience is helpful in terms of understanding the issues that face the Alliance's members, we also welcome interest from leaders with a contemporary understanding of supply chain, performance improvement and relevant issues to the Alliance's members, and who have gained this experience through other industries. Given the cohesive culture of the Yankee Alliance team, we seek a culture builder who is a natural, gifted leader with developing trust and who possesses a clear track record of empowering, motivating and developing high performing teams. Interested parties may apply, inquire, or nominate a colleague via the WittKieffer Portal here . For more information or questions, please contact the search team at sdavis@wittkieffer.com or atrechsel@wittkieffer.com .
  • Brooklyn, New York, Director for Perioperative Materials Management THE BEST CAREERS. RIGHT HERE @ BROOKLYN’S LEADING HOSPITAL . MAIMONIDES: TOP TEN IN THE U.S. FOR CLINICAL OUTCOMES We’re Maimonides Medical Center, an affiliate of Northwell Health and the largest hospital in Brooklyn, is an award-winning major independent teaching hospital with a community hospital feel.  At Maimonides, we’re continuously expanding our services and remain at the forefront of innovative medicine. In fact, our Heart & Vascular Center ranks among the top 1% of hospitals in the US for heart attack/heart failure patient outcomes. We deliver more babies than any other hospital in New York State, have a Level l Trauma Center, and an accredited full-service Cancer Center with Joint Commission Gold Star designation along with the distinction of Brooklyn’s only Children’s Hospital. We are currently seeking a full time Director for Perioperative Materials Management to direct the Perioperative supply chain, to include budget projections/execution for logistics programs and contracts, utilizing an understanding of financial, business, capital asset management, clinical, and administrative operations. Will manage logistics and related support and services for the supply chain, capital equipment, inventory management, and storage and distribution operations for all Perioperative related materials. In this role, you will: Serve as the Perioperative logistics manager, integrating logistics and support services for the supply chain, capital equipment, inventory management, storage and distribution operations. Integrate and align acquisition, delivery and management of supplies, equipment and services to ensure the successful delivery of patient care. Maintain the logistics and supply chain management system. Standardize business processes, establish performance measures and analyze the supply chain. Exercise supply chain management responsibility for the coordination and integration of new technology and/or implementation of new supply/equipment requirements. Direct the supply chain, to include budget projections/execution for logistics programs and contracts, utilizing an understanding of financial, business, capital asset management, clinical, and administrative operations.   We require: Bachelor’s in Hospital Administration or Finance ; Master’s degree preferred. 3 to 5 years of progressive Supply Chain Management experience in a hospital setting. Perioperative materials management preferred; experience with PeopleSoft preferred. Proficiency in MS Office (Excel & Pivot Tables)   Excellent benefits. Director of Perioperative Materials Management please forward a resume to: resumes@maimonidesmed.org . An EOE.
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Leadership   Oversee  the day-to-day operations  of the central procurement department by   the  establishment of work schedules, review of staffing needs and the supervision and training of staff including succession planning.    Responsible for identifying and implementing process improvements and opportunities to enhance financial sustainability and obtain best practice, collaborating cross functionally as needed.   Establish effective mechanism of communication with staff and the management team .     Responsible  for hiring Central Procurement team members as assigned.   Conducts  performance appraisals and  provides  corrective disciplinary actions for  Central Procurement team members .        Review,  approve and work with department on Payroll adjustments, PTO management and payroll accuracy.   Serves as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) providing training, resolve questions, and give direction to team members, end users, and Supply Chain leadership.   Establishes productivity guidelines, monitors and adjusts to achieve maximum  productivity .  Assists in  planning and monitoring  quality improvement initiatives  ensuring any necessary corrective action in department .    I dentif ies  data issues, investigate s  issues identified by others, research es  and recommend s  solutions to correct problems (at the source where possible), and execute s  best practice and quality initiatives.     Motivate, facilitate, mentor, and coach team to deliver high quality, cost effective services. Facilitates the ongoing learning, well-being, professional satisfaction and development of staff through training, work assignments, increased responsibility, and mentoring.   Develop department budgets for staffing, operations, and capital resources.  Manage actual costs to budget and proactively address any unfavorable budget variances.   Participates in development of goals, standards, policies, procedures, which contribute to the effectiveness of the department in accordance with organizational goals.   Resolves conflicts and facilitates collaboration with other stakeholders.   Operations   Supports Value Analysis and Product Standardizations efforts across  UnityPoint Health .   Completes special projects  as assigned   Monitors adherence to Service Level metrics and develops, executes and communicates service improvement plans to department and/or customers.   Performs strategic analysis on suppliers and supplier proposals; source and recommend suppliers; identify and implement improvements to supply chain using research, supplier relationships, industry knowledge and best practices (i.e., cost savings, new technologies and  innovations ,  and operating efficiencies.)    Measures open orders and effectiveness of the  Central Procurement team  to manage the delivery of products/services/equipment as required.    Continuously  evaluate processes   for cost savings opportunities for lowering medical center costs and utilization costs.? 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