Assignment on Understanding Operations, Logistics & Supply Chain Management

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UnderstandingOperations,Logistics &Supply ChainManagement
Table of ContentsIntroduction to Operations Management, logistics, supply chain Management..............................3Introduction to company - Imperial College-Healthcare NHS........................................................3Managing Quality............................................................................................................................5Economic, Environmental and Social consideration approach of NHS..........................................7Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
Introduction to Operations Management, logistics, supply chain ManagementSupply chain, Operations and logistics management are indeed the processes that serve ascrucial and necessary functions throughout each organisation in which they support managers inregulating and handling business organization products and services. Operations managementrelates to technique of controlling, developing and transforming raw resources into tonecessaryfinished goods because it is a value of the creation process that enables and facilitates the expansionand development of the strategic benefit from a growing market in respect of a business enterprise(Christopher, M., 2016). It is a method of organizing and monitoring the flow of items as well as themovement of entire product lines when it comes to supply chain management. Since it involvespreparing, scheduling, implementing, supervising and tracking supply chain or distribution channeloperations and concentrated on addressing consumer expectations. Logistic management relates toprocesses that mainly emphasises upon collection and accretion of resources & material throughoutthe stages of production to delivering finished products. As such tools are useful and essential forentire management process related to resources and finished products of business entity.Introduction to company - Imperial College-Healthcare NHSImperial College-Healthcare NHS is a Trust situated in London, England. It belongs to topbig trusts in England. With support of Imperial College it forms an key academic health-scienceorganisation. It was incorporated by collaboration of Hammersmith St Mary's NHS Trust, HospitalsNHS Trust and Imperial College Faculty of Medicine. Five hospitals named Queen Charlotte's andChelsea Hospital, Hammersmith Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, Western Eye Hospital and StMary's Hospital are currently operating though it. In 2017-18 Imperial College Health care hasreported turnover of approx £1.2 billion. It has approx 11900 employees and served approximately1.126 million patients. It has a long history in studies, research, medical education and practicesacross the world (Imperial College-Healthcare NHS, 2019). NHS is dedicated towards providing awide range of healthcare facilities though it's hospital chains. NHS belongs to top 10 UK's academichealth-science centres, employed to ensure speedy translation of unique research to better-patientcare and quality in education.NHS management uses adequate supply chain management with efficient abilities thatcontinuously offer on-time and high-quality health care facilities to each patient. Maintainingeverything working smoothly is indeed a major goal that helps to change NHS's adequate technicaland operational knowledge.NHS management also relies on contemplating and concentrating on controlling their
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