Chile embraces technical quality and choice concerns in drive to extend purchasing system
This article was originally published in Clinica
Chilean healthcare providers are experiencing problems with quality and choice of certain medical device and diagnostic consumables acquired through the national purchasing and supplies agency, Cenabast. The problems were unveiled during a two-day conference hosted by the agency to "listen to the regional health services and encourage greater use of the central purchasing system".
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