Failure Modes Effects Analysis Project

Week 10- DUE 10/27/2018
Assignment: Textbook Problems: Failure Modes Effects Analysis Project
How are risk priority numbers (RPN) useful for health care administration leaders?
As you continue your examination of the use of and purposes for FMEA, you will begin to critically evaluate the numbers associated with your analyses. That is, the rates with which certain processes may be failing in your health services organization will allow you to strategically assess and implement efforts aimed to reduce errors and to promote quality health care delivery.
For this Assignment, review the resources for this week regarding chi-square, ANOVA, ANOM, and regression. Pay particular attention to the examples shown in the textbook. Consider how these tools may contribute to the value-chain perspective.
The Assignment: (3- pages)
·  Using SPSS and Microsoft Word, complete problems 1 through 4 on pages 405–406 in the Ross textbook. Show all work. Submit both your SPSS and Word files for grading.

2Supply Chains 

After reading the material for this module,Explain the current systems utilized by healthcare companies to maximize the supply chain to achieve the utmost efficiency. Be sure to include a discussion of the current technology used to track purchases within the supply chain. Additionally, explore the various types of inventory control (e.g., RFID, FIFO, etc.) within the hospital systems of Saudi Arabia.

Be sure to support your statements with logic and argument, citing all sources referenced.

Requirements:

  1. Be sure to support your statements with logic and argument,
  2. More citing all sources referenced  through the text
  3. 2 pages
  4. no plagiarism
  5. 3 Minimum references
  6. The references not older than 5 years ago

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