Essential Drugs in Government Healthcare: Emerging Model of Procurement and Supply
AbstractThis paper details the procedures adopted by the Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation in procuring and supplying essential drugs to the government health care which is a positive measure in ensuring `health for allâ€™. [GIDR WP No. 161].
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financial resources; prices; market; Procurement; medicines; population; utility; utilies; health; Supplyhealth care; India; drugs; Tamil Nadu; medical services; WHO; essential drugs; public health services;
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