Product Suppliers' Internet Problem
Coming to market at a time when integrated delivery networks have begun to challenge traditional GPO roles, the Internet further erodes one of the fundamental principles of group purchasing: the notion that hospitals benefit only by sacrificing individual needs for the overall good of the group.
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