Organization - Leadership
Organization - Container Price to Value Ratio
Organization - Staffing
Stakeholder Relationships - Hospitals
Relationships with Beneficiaries and Humanitarian Organizations
Corporate and Financial Partnerships
Sorting and Quality Management
A systematic response to the issues identified in CHA’s 2010 MSRO study can help both our work, and the work of the MSROs. Fostering better tracking, reporting and evaluation of donations and providing a foundation to match supplies and equipment with actual needs of beneficiaries will help alleviate suffering in the developing world. This assessment guide, and the nine drivers it includes, is offered for your consideration, with the hope that by using this guide and creating a partnership mentality with your MSRO, you can ensure that your hard work and valuable donations have the intended impact. CHA hopes the drivers will become the litmus test for maintaining and creating partnerships with MSROs in addition to being the catalyst for our helping existing MSROs increase their capacity. Too, increasing interest by CHA members in creating new MSROs would be a positive outcome.
This is our call, let us all now respond.
|Total Score||Organization||Stakeholder Relationships||Operations|
|Leadership||Staffing||Price / Value||Hospitals||Business / Financial||Beneficiaries||Sorting / Quality||Inventory Management||Shipping / Distribution|
Assessing and Selecting High-Quality Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations
The following questions relate to the nine key drivers for effective medical surplus recovery organization practices. We hope they are useful as you ascertain the capacity of an MSRO you are currently, or could in future, partner with to share your medical surplus with the developing world.
To access the document, "Assessing and Selecting High-Quality Medical Surplus Organizations," which includes the nine drivers and expanded explanations for each, go to www.chausa.org/surplusstudy/.
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