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India To Centralize Drug, Device Purchases For Health Outlets

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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India's government plans to establish one place for government purchases of drugs and medical devices. The intention of the change is to provide greater transparency in government procurement of medicines for dispensaries and health-care centers. Currently, those buys are left to the centers themselves or to the state governments to buy the products they need. Under the new plan, a Medical Services Corp would be created as the central Indian government agency to buy drugs and devices. (Click here for more

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