Hospitals Should Refrain From Building Inventories For Y2K, HIMA Says
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
U.S. health care facilities should maintain their ordering of medical supplies at or near historic levels going into the year 2000, taking into account their "current workloads," the Health Industry Manufacturers Association is recommending in a recent position paper.
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