Reaping the value in value analysis

Kaczmarek, David S.
September 2011
Healthcare Purchasing News;Sep2011, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p72
Trade Publication
The article presents an overview of the challenges that supply chain departments in health care facilities face when attempting to control the introduction of new products and services. A discussion of the role that value analysis can play in supply chains' decisions regarding the introduction of new products and services is presented.


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