The Association for Health Care Resource & Materials Management, AHA’s membership group for health care supply chain professionals, has developed a web hub in partnership with experts from the public and private sector to help the health care field learn about and address the risk of forced labor in their supply chains. 
 
“This resource will provide a jumping off point for health care administrators and supply chain and human resources personnel at health care facilities, group purchasing organizations, distributors, suppliers, manufacturers, and staffing and recruitment agencies to embed strong anti-forced labor policies into organizational management systems, assess forced labor risk, map high-risk supply chains, monitor and measure supplier/contractor compliance within supply chains, and remediate forced labor and associated conduct when identified,” said Mike Schiller, AHRMM’s director of supply chain.

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