The September RHA Newsletter is out for review! 

It will provide information on the following:

  • Q3 – 2019 Group Buy
  • Upcoming Meetings and Events
  • Welcome New Members
  • New Contract with Lyft 
  • Healthcare Trivia
  • Continued Education Opportunities
  • Upcoming Webinars 

Also, find the answer to this edition's trivia question here!

Q: What city was home to the first hospital in the United States? 
A: Philadelphia 

 

The newsletter is sent out to membership via email.

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The August RHA Newsletter is out for review! 

It will provide information on the following:

  • Q3 – 2019 Group Buy
  • Upcoming Meetings and Events
  • Welcome New Members
  • Vizient AT&T Contract Expansion
  • Healthcare Trivia (find the answer on the RHA Facebook Page and the RHA Website Blog!)
  • Continued Education Opportunities
  • New Contract for Senior Living

Also, find the answer to this edition's trivia question here!

Q: What do the Parotid Glands produce?
A: Saliva

 

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The June RHA Newsletter is out for review! 

It will provide information on the following:

- Alomere's VHPC Savings 
- Pre-Commitment Program
- Continued Education
- Upcoming Meetings and Events
- and More!

 

Also, find the answer to this edition's trivia question here!

Q: What does "B.I.D." mean on a prescription?
A: Take twice daily

 

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The Monthly RHA Newsletter is out for review! The newsletter will provide information on: 


- Our upcoming MN Rural Health Forum
- Contract Highlight
- Continued Education
- RHA Regional Agreements
- and More!

 

Also, find the answer to this edition's trivia question here!

Q: What was the keto diet initially developed to treat?
A: Pediatric Epilepsy

 

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The Monthly RHA Newsletter is out for review! The newsletter will provide information on: 


- our upcoming MN Rural Health Forum
- New Contract Opportunities 
- Continued Education
- Pre-Commit Deadlines
- and More!

 

Also, find the answer to this edition's trivia question here!

Q: What is the oldest known infectious disease?
A: Leprosy

 

The newsletter is sent out via email.

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The March Edition of our RHA Newsletter is out for review. 

 

In it you will find information on the following: 

  • Q1 2019 Group Buys
  • Continued Education Opportunities
  • Important Events
  • Expired & New Contracts
  • Healthcare Trivia
  • And More! 

If you would like to review the Newsletter and you are a member, please check your email as it is sent out. 

Also, the answer to this edition's trivia question can be found here:

Q: What is a hemodialyzer?

A: A Mechanical Kidney 

 

 

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Chad Fullmer has accepted a position as the VP of Business Development with the Rural Health Alliance (RHA), effective immediately.

Fullmer has an extensive 18- year background in the healthcare industry. Fullmer recently worked for a national Group Purchasing Organization servicing the upper Midwest. Fullmer also worked with Ethicon (J&J) where he was responsible for negotiating supply chain contracts, facilitating client service, managing budgets and coordinating resident clinical training. During his career, Fullmer was recognized for exemplary performance by earning the Division Rookie of the Year award and two Division Most Valuable Representative awards.

Fullmer will focus on RHA new business development.  He will work with prospective healthcare clients offering expertise in contract utilization, operational improvements, and potential consultative solutions. Fullmer will bring value to RHA by offering differentiated strategies that will enable organizations to effectively save money, grow revenue and profitability.

The RHA officially welcomed Fullmer to the team Tuesday, February 19th, and is looking forward to the business growth and client value Fullmer will bring.

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Here is a link to an article geared towards Materials Management / Supply Chain Leadership. There's good information on supply chain management strategies – it’s main focus is to “just say no” when it comes to bad behaviors, and how to invest in management systems that drive compliance and cut waste.

 

Give this a read if you have some time: http://spendmatters.com/2019/01/07/a-2019-wish-u-s-healthcare-supply-chain-leadership-will-learn-to-just-say-no/

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The January Edition for the RHA Newsletter is out to view.

This newsletter will contain information on:

  • New Pre-Commitment Offerings
  • Webinar Information for Reducing Harm from Diagnostic Error
  • Q1 - 2019 Group Buys
  • Contracts Expiring without replacement in January
  • New Contract Opportunities in January
  • Continued Education Opportunities
  • Upcoming Meetings and Events
  • Healthcare Trivia
  • and More!

If you would like to review the Newsletter, Click Here: RHA_Newsletter__January_2019.pdf

The next edition will come out February 2019. 

 

* The Answer to the Trivia Question: 

Trypanophobia is the fear of what? 

Answer: Needles and shots

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The December Edition for the RHA Newsletter is out to view.

This newsletter will contain information on:

  • New Pre-Commitment Offerings
  • Vizient Savings Actualizer Information
  • Q4 Group Buys
  • Contracts Expiring without replacement in December
  • New Contract Opportunities in December
  • Upcoming Meetings and Events
  • Healthcare Trivia
  • and More!

If you would like to review the Newsletter, Click Here: RHA Newsletter December 2018

The next edition will come out in January 2019. 

 

* The Answer to the Trivia Question: 

What hereditary blood defect is known as "the royal disease"? 

Answer: Hemophilia 

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