Want to know more about the amount of inventory kept on-hand in these Departments? Need an idea regarding a targeted value of inventory for these same Areas? How about the influencing factors which can impact your efforts to control supply usage? Look no further than this page.

The amount of inventory for each Department, sorted by bed size classification, is based on a combination of the most recent Performance Indicators resulting from the National Survey for Healthcare Materials Management and MMC's extensive healthcare industry experience. The National Survey was a joint product of the Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) of the American Hospital Association (AHA) and PriceWaterhouse Coopers, L.L.C.

Click on the Department below you're interested in learning more about.

Department: Operating Room

Department: Cardiac Cath Lab

Department: Storeroom

Department: Pharmacy

Department: Central Supply/SPD

Department: Linen

Department: Diagnostic Radiology

Department: Maintenance

Department: Laboratory Services

Department: Dietary


If you can answer "yes" to any of the questions listed below, then you need to read the valuable Value Analysis Committee information presented in this section:

Do you currently have a Value Analysis / Product Standardization Committee Process in place at your Hospital?

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Want to know how many products are considered each month and how many get rejected?

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Click here to find out how your Value Analysis Committee compares and how much more valuable it could be: Value Analysis Commitee


Is your staffing complement up to par in Materials Management? Are you top-heavy in one area, but short-staffed in another?

How do you interpret these staffing charts?

Click here to find out how your staffing matches the amounts your peers report: Materials Management Staffing

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