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Medical Procurement and Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management in the Health Sector

Why Choose this Training Course?

Medical Procurement and Supply Chain Management Training Course is a unique program gives you the chance to explore the world of supply chain targeting the health sector uncovering the related issues and solving the underlying challenges in this important sector.

In a world filled with many challenges, a world surrounded with epidemics and health issues. The control of any organization supply chain became a very challenging job. Most of the companies nowadays are facing lots of troubles when it comes to securing the material and products sourcing channels to support the customers, and reducing the related and hidden cost considering the demand Hugh variability and external environment risks.

In this AZTech training course, we are considering all of these variables and delivering a very special course to address supply chain only from the health sector perspective trying to solve these problems and improving the company’s performance and increasing the skills and its supply chain members.

By the end of the training course, participants become fully equipped with the necessary knowledge and tools to effectively implement their learning upon their return to the workplace. And they will be able to master the different learned methods to reduce the overall supply chain cost which will impact the organization’s profit.

This AZTech training course will feature:

  • Performance Monitoring and Improvement
  • Demand Forecasting
  • The importance of product availability
  • Supply Chain Complexity and Solutions
  • How to create an efficient Sales Level Agreement?
  • Effective negotiation (win-win)
  • Ways to locate and remove waste from the supply chain
  • Tools to measure supply chain performance

What are the Goals?

By the end of this training course, participants will have a full understanding of the basic activities employed in supply chain operations. More specifically, participants will:

  • Understand the term “Supply Chain” according to the latest global definitions.
  • Get introduced to the procurement cycle and how to build partnerships with suppliers.
  • Knowing how to select the right suppliers and evaluate their performance
  • Mastering the negotiation cycle and reducing related costs.
  • Getting familiar with the methods used to order and store medical products.
  • Know how to design KPIs for the SC organization, set targets, and analyze supply chain performance

Who is this Training Course for?

This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit candidates work in supply chain related departments as:

  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Procurement Manager
  • Contract Manager
  • Material Manager
  • Warehouse Manager

How will this Training Course be Presented?

This AZTech training course will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, and retention of the information presented.  The training methodology for this training course depends on 3 parameters:

  • Increase learners’ supply chain operations knowledge by explaining the latest global trends
  • Demonstrate theoretical knowledge with real-life examples and case studies. This helps learners link their day-to-day problems with academic material
  • Diversify the learning process to foster the course concepts through real interactive, fun and hands-on business exercises. Learning process includes Presentations, case studies, business cases, learning games, videos, group discussions, and storytelling. This ensures that the learners have fully understood the concepts

The Course Content

Day One: Supply Chain in Medical Sector 

  • Supply Chain Management Introduction
  • The Power of Supply Chain
  • The evolution of Supply Chain
  • Business & Supply Chain Strategies
  • Supply Chain Challenges
  • Supply Chain Evolution & Technologies
  • Supply Chain 4.0 

Day Two:  Procurement Process 

  • Procurement Cycle
  • Procurement Approaches
  • Supplier Relationship Management
  • Purchasing Process
  • Measuring Suppliers and the Purchasing Performance 

Day Three:  Contracting & Negotiation

  • Stakeholders Negotiation and Contracts Management
  • Negotiation Process
  • Successful Negotiator Characteristics
  • Negotiation Do’s & Don’ts
  • Contracts Management 

Day Four:  Inventory Management 

  • Consideration in Medical Products Management
  • Inventory Cost
  • Aggregate Inventory Management
  • Replenishment Strategies
  • Inventory Accuracy Audit
  • Warehouse & Inventory Technologies

Day Five:  Process Continuous Improvement 

  • Measuring the overall supply chain performance
  • Continuous improvement methods
  • Supply Chain & Procurement KPIs
  • Introduction to Lean & Six Sigma
  • Recent Trends in Supply Chain Operations & Technologies

 

The Certificate

  • AZTech Certificate of Completion for delegates who attend and complete the training course

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