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L'approvisionnement des pharmacies d'officine : quelles solutions en 2020 ?

Abstract : The pharmacist in the community is the last link in the drug supply chain to the patient. Pharmacies also offer other pharmaceutical products to satisfy customers demands. Nowadays multiples ways of supply exist for pharmacies, thus from an increasing number of actors. New professions have indeed been created throughout the drug supply chain: the wholesale distributor, the depositary and more recently pharmaceutical purchasing centres, joint/shared purchasing structures between pharmacies, and brokers. For pharmacists, an efficient way of supply is essential in a challenging economic environment. The objective of this work is to map all supplying options for pharmacies in France in 2020. Each solution has pros and cons impacting the organization, the quality of service to the patient and the stock of the pharmacy. A cost study of these solutions will be discussed, especially for pharmaceutical purchasing centres and joint purchasing structures. A comparison of their economics and operations characteristics will establish their benefits for pharmacists.
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Mikel Arrabit. L'approvisionnement des pharmacies d'officine : quelles solutions en 2020 ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-02970014⟩



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