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Technology in healthcare: A case study of healthcare supply chain management models in a general hospital in Singapore
Journal of Hospital Administration
Objective: To simulate and compare a manual hospital supply chain management model versus a process that is technologically integrated (either by Radio Frequency Identification [RFID] technology or automated guided vehicles [AGVs]), in a general hospital in Singapore.Methods: Design: Deterministic modelling of hospital supply chain management for manual and technologically integrated processes as part of the institutional quality improvement exercise. Setting: Study was conceptualised duringdoi:10.5430/jha.v6n6p63 fatcat:oepztdj76zb4zpltqyx2s6gu5m