Best management practices of medicinal products in German hospitals, as a recommendations for medical facilities in Poland

Magdalena Mińko,

Urszula Religioni,

Bożena Walewska-Zielecka,

Piotr Tyszko

Abstrakt

Implementation of modern technological solutions and the results of pharmacoeconomic analyses into selecting drugs to a hospital formulary, as well as an appropriate supply management can bring substantial savings for a medical facility.

The aim of the study was to identify the best management practices of medicinal products in German hospital, which could be implement in polish realities.

The results of the research show, that regarding to the German solutions, Polish medical business practices should be put on the increase in decision-makers' awareness of the role of pharmaceutical drugs management in the process of medical facility management. Rational drug management can lead to substantial savings for a hospital and, more importantly, increase safety of patients

Słowa kluczowe: najlepsze praktyki zarządzania, Niemcy, produkty lecznicze, Polska
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