Chile modernises medical device supply chain and stock management
This article was originally published in Clinica
Chile is to introduce greater automation in the stock-management, purchasing and traceability of medical devices and other healthcare products in hospitals. The initiative, announced by the health ministry, the healthcare networks secretariat and the Cenabast national supplies agency last week, will entail four measures.
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