Inquisit Delivers On-Demand Education to Supply Chain Professionals

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Amerinet’s strategic education partner releases its Materials Management Learning Institute via Learning-On-Demand to strengthen and support the knowledge base of supply chain professionals

Amerinet Inc., a leading national health care solutions organization, announced its newly updated Materials Management Learning Institute (MMLI), Essentials of Supply Chain Management, is available via Learning-On-Demand. MMLI is administered through Inquisit®, Amerinet’s strategic education partner.

“Inquisit knows that materials managers have very little free time,” stated Dee Morgillo, vice president of Inquisit. “We’re pleased to offer the seven MMLI programs, recorded live earlier this year, via our Learning-On-Demand service so professionals can receive instructional education from dynamic and respected speakers at their convenience. The MMLI programs will strengthen and support their knowledge base to better enable them to deal with the complexities of the health care industry and to make a significant positive impact on their organization’s bottom line.”

Each activity is a 90-minute module on an important supply chain issue facing health care providers, including:

  •     Purchasing Concepts and Controls/Contracting/Negotiations

Speaker: Michael B. Neely, FAHRMM, CMRP, CPM

  •     Upgrading Your Inventory Management Capabilities

Speaker: Vicki Smith-Daniels, Ph.D.

  •     Using Value Analysis and Metrics to Sustain Savings: Turning Small Change into Big Bucks Speaker: Laura Wood, MSN, Ph.D.
  •     Strategic Leadership

Speaker: Patricia Klancer, MHA, CMRP, FCPHM

  •     Financial Management I (Capital Budgets)

Speaker: Myron D. Hartman, MS, SASHE, CCE, CBET, CRES

  •     Financial Management II (Operating Budgets)

Speaker: Myron D. Hartman, MS, SASHE, CCE, CBET, CRES

  •     Information Technology and the Supply Chain

Speaker: John Grimm, MBA

Participants who successfully complete all seven modules will receive 10.5 hours of continuing education. Registration for Amerinet members is $10 for each module per person. Non-members pay $25 for each module per person.

“The MMLI programs provide wonderful learning opportunities,” stated Michael Carpenter, facilities director at Barnesville Hospital. “All session are greatly informative and beneficial to me as I transition into a new role.”

In conjunction with the launch of this Learning-On-Demand series, Inquisit is giving away a brand new iPad to a lucky Amerinet member. To participate, a member must like Inquisit’s Facebook page at Then for any MMLI program a member completes October 1, 2012, through December 31, 2012, his/her name is automatically entered in the drawing to win a new 16 GB Wifi iPad.

For further information and to register, please go to

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