Healthcare Supply Chain Management (SCM) is a unique set of principles and procedures intended to deliver life-changing patient care services to those in need. This program focuses on the delivery of products and services to the right place at the right time at the right price in order to achieve this outcome. The Certified Healthcare Supply Chain Analyst (CHSCA) is designed to provide participants the ability to demonstrate mastery related to topics uniquely related to healthcare supply chain principles, which vary from traditional manufacturing supply chain topics. While the certification covers some of the traditional supply chain topics seen in other industries, such as purchasing, transportation and sourcing, it also covers healthcare-specific topics such as GS1, healthcare innovation, supply chain risk management and healthcare demand planning.
1.1 Overview & Fundamental SCM Issues
1.2 Healthcare SCM Issues
3.1 Transportation, Warehousing & Distribution
3.2 Logistics & Operations
3.3 Accounts Payable
3.4 Value Analysis/Clinical Support
PLANNING AND STRATEGY
2.1 Demand Planning
2.2 Purchasing & Sourcing
2.3 Vendor role/vetting/overview
4.1 Team Dynamics & Strategy
4.2 GS1 Standards
4.6 Business Insights & Analytics
4.8 Project Management / Lean / CI / 5S / Quality
4.9 Risk Management & Internal Control
Perfect Program For
Entry level employees having recently or who are planning to join the ranks of healthcare supply chain.
Healthcare suppliers who wish to better understand the healthcare market and healthcare supply chain.
Organizations who wish to learn more about the unique nuances of healthcare supply chain.
Employees who may interact and work with professionals in healthcare supply chain, such as IT partners, physicians, nurses and administration.
Students with an interest in supply chain and carving out a niche in healthcare supply chain.
15 classroom hours led by an experienced supply chain management expert.
Your credentials with the ISCEA make you an industry expert. Therefore, ISCEA requires that all its certification holders participate in continuing education to keep up with ever changing global supply chain body of knowledge and practice. You have invested time and money to obtain the ISCEA Credential. It is up to you to protect your investment by renewing your certification with ISCEA every three (3) years.