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Understanding public drug procurement in India: a comparative qualitative study of five Indian states
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    Understanding public drug procurement in India: a comparative qualitative study of five Indian states

    Pharmaceutical procurement is a specialized professional activity that requires a lot of knowledge, skill and experience. It is therefore mandatory that staff involved in key procurement and distribution positions be well trained and highly motivated, with the capability to manage the procurement process efficiently. Pharmaceutical procurement is a complex process, which involves many steps, agencies and manufacturers. E...

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