Hospital logistics traceability: Internal medication management process

Hospital logistics traceability: Internal medication management process

Author: 
Ben Messaoud Layti, M., Amel, M., Rajaa, M. and Medouri, A.
Abstract: 

Medicine has become an essential object to the life of people in any country, because of the serious, chronic diseases and even pain associated with headaches, tension and fatigue. It is even a major health, regulatory and economic issue for healthcare institutions, the methods of managing, distributing and controlling these medicines differed from one company to another according to the strategies and means used in the manufacturing process. Considering that the reorganization of supply chain management is necessary in order to meet the objectives of securing the medicine circuit and rationalizing healthcare expenses. This makes it possible to control the management of medicines at the level of the normal logistic chain. We have made a state-of-the-art stock management and internal hospital traceability, while trying to develop a suitable relationship between the hospital sector and health (medicine) and the field of logistics and more precisely the implementation of traceability, Based on an empirical study containing statistics on changes in medicine stock management within state health institutions (delegation and hospitals).

Paper No: 
1366