Characterizing the Home Health Care Supply Chain

@article{Milburn2012CharacterizingTH,
  title={Characterizing the Home Health Care Supply Chain},
  author={Ashlea Bennett Milburn and Scott J. Mason and Jessica Spicer},
  journal={Home Health Care Management & Practice},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={267 - 275}
}
  • Ashlea Bennett Milburn, Scott J. Mason, Jessica Spicer
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • Home Health Care Management & Practice
  • Many home health agencies report low direct supply costs, but the total cost of the home health care supply chain may be much higher when indirect costs associated with ordering, storing, handling, and delivering supplies are considered. Results of a 2010 survey of home health agencies aimed at characterizing the home health care supply chain are presented, and statistical analysis is used to identify patterns based on agency affiliation, for profit status, and patient volume. Findings of… CONTINUE READING

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