Health For All Final Analysis PDF

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Unformatted text preview: ent in the path from the patient to medical care delivery the patient receives. Particularly, we see patterns in innovation at the very beginning and end of the medical care delivery cycle. Prior to arriving at medical clinics and health centers, medical supplies, including life ­saving ARV drugs, are stored and transported by locally owned warehouses. Initially storing and shipping ARVs, these warehouses are the first stage of the supply chain. It is essential to the overall success of ARV scale ­up efforts that warehouses are able to efficiently store large volumes of ARVs, make timely shipments, and continuously coordinate with suppliers and buyers to establish a readily available supply of ARVs. Inherent in this process are many opportunities for both confusion and streamlined efficiency. Too often the supply chain becomes derailed at some point, resulting in...
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