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Price Early Bird Member (before May 1): USD 700 Early Bird Non-Member (before May 1): USD 900 Regular Member (after May 1): USD 900 Regular Non-Member (after May 1): USD 1100 Speakers: Mike Schiller, Rob Waldo Waldman, Jim Morris, Karen Conway Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Held every summer, this leading event for the healthcare supply chain field brings together more than 2,000 hospital supply chain, materials management, and C-suite executives for four days of unparalleled networking, exhibitor interactions, product presentations and practical education offered at all career levels. Whether it's meeting speakers, attendees, and exhibitors at the Welcome Reception, or picking the brains of some of the supply chain's brightest minds during Lunch & Learns, AHRMM17 provides ample opportunities to catch up with colleagues and make new connections that can be the start of long-lasting professional relationships. The conference features more than 50 learning labs presented by over 100 supply chain’s thought leaders and innovators from across a broad spectrum of healthcare organizations so you can capture a year's worth of healthcare supply chain latest trends and best practices in just a few short days. The learning labs are organized in the following eight tracks: 1. Clinical Resource Management/Value Analysis 2. Logistics 3. Procure to Pay 4. Professional Development 5. Strategic Planning 6. Strategic Sourcing 7. Technology, Informatics 8. UDI Adoption The two-day AHRMM Exhibition allows you to take an exclusive look at the latest technology and advances in healthcare while making business connections with medical suppliers and GPOs. With more than 200 exhibiting companies and 6.5 dedicated exhibit hours, you can find innovative, high quality medical products and related business services to improve care quality and patient safety in your healthcare organization. AHRMM17 exhibitor categories: Asset Management Capital Equipment Distribution Environmentally Preferred Products Equipment Maintenance/Rental Group Purchasing Organizations IT/Software Laboratory Medical/Surgical Products Orthopedics Safety Shelving/Storage Transportation

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