A Method of Assessment for Hospital Pharmacy Stock Control Computer Systems
This paper describes a study which established the stock control needs of hospital pharmacy. The main interest of the paper, however, lies in the way in which these needs were developed into a technique for use by those assessing pharmacy computer systems at local level. It is suggested that this approach has great benefits, and can be used in other technical areas.
KeywordsNational Health Service Hospital Pharmacy Local Requirement Technical Area Short Lead Time
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