Inventory control techniques in medical stores of a tertiary care neuropsychiatry hospital in Delhi

@article{Khurana2013InventoryCT,
  title={Inventory control techniques in medical stores of a tertiary care neuropsychiatry hospital in Delhi},
  author={Sarbjeet Khurana and Neelam Chhillar and Vinod Kumar Singh Gautam},
  journal={Health},
  year={2013},
  volume={05},
  pages={8-13}
}
Approximately 35.0% of annual hospitals budget is spent on buying materials and supplies, including medicines. [...] Key Method Results: The total number of the drugs at the medical store was 145 drugs. The total annual drug expenditure (ADE) on these drug items was Rs. 19219594.79. ABC analysis revealed 3.45%, 6.9% and 89.65% items as A, B and C category items, respectively, accounting for 70.5%, 19.68% and 9.83% of ADE of the medical store. VED analysis showed 32.41%, 61.38% and 6.2% items as V, E, and…Expand
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