IAHCSMM Chapter 17
Items that are stores at the healthcare facility, but owned by vendor are called _____ items.
Consumable items that are stored in Central Service and other assigned storage systems are referred to as __________. Their value is usually included on the facility's balance sheet.
occur when consumable or reusable inventory items are not available when needed.
When items are needed immediately, or at once, Central Service Technicians may receive a ____ order.
Inventory turnover rate
The number of times per year that inventory is purchased, consumed, and replaced is called the ________ ________ _____.
Something of value that is owned by an organization or person is call an _____.
Detergents, sterilization quality assurance products, and other items that are purchased, used up and replaced are called ___________ _________.
Sterilizers, mechanical washers and other expensive items are examples of ______ ________.
The inventory management strategy that pays the most attention to the items with the highest dollar value and less attention to items with the lowest dollar value is called ___ _____.
The act of withdrawing supplies from storage for transfer to the ares where they will be used is called ______.
Which of the following systems provides supplies and instruments for individual surgical procedures?
The inventory system that stocks supplies by established stock levels is called:
Exchange cart system
The inventory system that uses two identical carts to facilitate supply replenishment is called the:
Automated supply replenishment systems:
The movement of supplies throughout the healthcare facility is called:
Just in time
In this system, the facility keeps minimal stock on hand and Supplies are delivered when needed, usually just prior to use:
In this system, items are owned by the vendor, but stored at the Healthcare facility:
Economic order quantity
The system where items are ordered in larger quantities (i.e. by the case instead of individually) to save money is called: