Using Economic Evaluation to Strengthen Public Health Supply Chains, March 2014

  • Published 2014

Abstract

These analyses, common in the commercial world, are applied to supply chains throughout the private sector. Development partners and government decisionmakers increasingly use these analyses to determine if their investments to support and strengthen public health supply chains are having a positive impact. But, what do these terms really mean? How can the tools of economic evaluation inform supply chain decisions and improve not only commodity availability, but also quality, affordability, and accessibility?

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@inproceedings{2014UsingEE, title={Using Economic Evaluation to Strengthen Public Health Supply Chains, March 2014}, author={}, year={2014} }