You paid what for those instruments?

December 2000
Materials Management in Health Care;Dec2000, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p28
Trade Publication
Presents a chart on the pricing of disposable medical and surgical supplies and implants captured by PricePoint from manufacturers by extracting data from the materials management information systems of hospitals in the United States. Discrepancies in pricing for endoscopy shears and catch bags.


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