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2019 | 15 | nr 4 | 531--544
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Healthcare Supply Chain Management: Macro and Micro Perspectives

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Zarządzanie łańcuchem dostaw w służbie zdrowia: perspektywa micro i makro
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Abstrakty
Wstęp: Zarządzanie łańcuchem dostaw to koordynacja i kooperacja pomiędzy różnymi podmiotami, będącymi członkami tego łańcucha w celu osiągnięcia jak najwyższej efektywności działania. Koordynacja i kooperacja łączy się nieodzownie z tworzeniem połączeń pomiędzy operacjami w obrębie łańcucha dostaw, przepływów materiałowych i informacyjnych. Łańcuch dostaw służby zdrowia jest skomplikowanym systemem włączających wielu udziałowych do łańcucha dostaw. Koordynacja pojedynczej platformy dla tych współudziałowców w celu osiągnięcia płynnego przepływu operacji jest dużym wyzwaniem. Celem tej pracy jest rozpracowanie operacji w obrębie łańcucha dostaw służby zdrowia, obejmującego przepływu materiałowe jak i informacyjne na dwóch poziomach: makro oraz mikro. Metody: Analizie została poddana infrastruktura łańcucha dostaw szpitali umożliwiająca osiągnięcie efektywności operacji. Badania te zostały wykonane w 13 szpitalach dwóch szczebli organizacyjnych. Techniki trójkątne, obejmujące wywiady, wizyty w poszczególnych obiektach oraz analizę dokumentacji zostały użyte w celu zebrania danych o wymaganym stopniu rzetelności. Wyniki i wnioski: Efektywność łańcucha dostaw służby zdrowia można uzyskać na dwóch poziomach, a mianowicie na poziomie całego łańcucha dostaw jak i na poziomie poszczególnej firmy. Najistotniejszym czynnikiem determinujących sposób organizacji na obu poziomach jest efektywność oraz bezpieczeństwo pacjentów. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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Background: The concept of supply chain management is to coordinate and collaborate among supply chain players in order to achieve system efficiency. Supply chain coordination and collaborations deal with the connection of operations throughout the chain with material and information flowing smoothly across these supply chain operations in achieving efficiency. Healthcare supply chain is one of such complex systems involving many stakeholders in the supply chain. Coordinating a single platform for these stakeholders is a challenge by achieving smooth flow of operations on this platform. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to explore the operations in this healthcare supply chain materials and information flows across the players at two levels, macro and micro perspective. Methods: The supply chain infrastructure enabling efficiency is investigated in the hospital environment. Multiple case studies have been conducted at 13 hospitals which include secondary hospitals and primary hospitals. Triangulation techniques, including interviews, site visiting and document analysis, are employed for data collection so as to enhance reliability and validity of the study. Results and conclusions: The study found that the healthcare supply chain efficiency could be achieved at 2 levels, namely supply chain level and firm level. The main concerns of the organizations of both levels are process efficiency and patient safety. (original abstract)
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15
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531--544
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Mahidol University, Nakhonpathom, Thailand
  • Silpakorn University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
autor
  • Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation, Selangor, Malaysia
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