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(November 2021) – I don't want to put a damper on your hopes for any immediate resolutions to our shared struggles, especially heading into the weekend. However, in an effort to keep you informed, I felt it would be pertinent and informative to share with you a notice we just received from one of our supply partners (whom shall remain unnamed).
(November 2021) – Fall is a beautiful time of year. We enjoy the temperatures cooling off and love to look at the newly changing colors of the leaves on the trees.
(November 2021) – Many golfers have been frustrated with their golf clubs and have been known to slam them into the ground, throw them into trees, down the fairway and even into the nearest water hole (big or small) even though it's not the club's fault a bad shot was made, but operator error.
(November 2021) – AHRMM is in the process of recruiting volunteers to serve on a number of Committees … Annual Conference Education Committee, Education Committee, Nominating Committee, Chapter Relations Committee, Fellow Review Committee, and Membership Committee.
(October 2021) – I hope this newsletter finds everyone doing well and enjoying the cool down in the weather.
(October 2021) – Your hospital has just been targeted by a cyberattack. Seem impossible? Perhaps not.
(October 2021) – The KAHRMM Drive for Education and Fall Educational Program will be Oct. 11 and 12, 2021 in Salina.
(October 2021) – If you were unable to attend the AHRMM21 Conference & Exhibition in Nashville or the AHRMM 21 Virtual Conference, you are able to access the conference sessions by purchasing the on-demand conference.
(September 2021) – I just returned from the AHRMM convention in Nashville on Aug. 23-25, where I, along with Dale Montgomery, accepted another Diamond Chapter award from AHRMM on behalf of KAHRMM for 2020-2021.
(September 2021) – As you can imagine, the majority of the sessions at the AHRMM conference recently centered around or at least ended up talking about how the healthcare supply chain handled (and unfortunately still handling) the COVID-19 pandemic.
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