Hospital Pharmacy Procurement and Supply, we study Design and layout and specification of Hospital Pharmacy. This book is from Pharmaceuticals Services Divisoin Ministry of Health Malaysia. 

Hospital Pharmacy Procurement and Supply


Hospital Pharmacy Procurement and Supply

Hospital Pharmacy Store (HPS) is MZ's main supply chain and distribution facility for pharmaceutical, medical and surgical equipment. HPS acts as a distribution warehouse for all inventory needed for patient care services. Hospital Pharmacy Procurement and Supply books design, structure, construction, flow, location and construction must comply with the Tatacara Pengurusan Store (TPS), Good Storage Practice (GSP), other relevant MOH guidelines and other authority requirements. Strategic planning of logistics, storage capacity and workspace is essential to ensure that HPS can provide secure, efficient and effective services. HPS planning should take into account the wide range of general functions (impression, benefit and equipment) that other medical facilities operate. 

OBJECTIVES

  • Ensure that the design, construction and construction of equipment meet the requirements of TPS, GSP and other relevant directives of the Ministry of Health and other authorities.
  • Achieve measurable financial performance and customer satisfaction in logistics, purchasing and delivery.

General operating principles

a) HPS is a leading pharmaceutical, medical and surgical supplies business.

b) HPS will be managed by Senior Pharmacist, who will also supervise other HPS pharmacists. c) The Chief Pharmacist must ensure the safety of the HPS.

d) The chief pharmacist should be supported by administrative and general staff.

e) The number of support staff should be in line with the workload and budget managed by the HPS.

f) HPS will manage the purchase, storage and delivery of all items in accordance with TPS and GSP.

(g) HPS should keep psychotropic substances / dangerous drugs closed; and

key and controlled in accordance with the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1952 and the Poisons Act of 1952. h) The HPS shall ensure that the offer meets the pharmacotherapeutic and medical needs of patients.

i) There must be sufficient scope for effective First-Expire-First-Out (FEFO) implementation.

j) Mechanical control devices and systems will be available.

k) The HPS management computer system will be made available for purchase, storage, delivery and payment to meet TPS requirements. It complements e-procurement, the integrated hospital inventory system (IHIS), teleprimary care (TPC) and other existing systems.

l) Comprehensive records of all transactions must be electronically documented, maintained and paper copies must be made at regular intervals. m) HPS will follow all product recalls in accordance with established processes and procedures.

n) All disposal of items and documents must be carried out in accordance with standard procedures and regulations.

o) The construction of the building must be resistant to rodents and animals.

p) Good cleaning work, such as cleaning, sanitation and inspection, will be carried out as prescribed.

General development and maintenance policy

location

  • HPS will be strategically located to enable efficient supply. ii) It must have a lane for cars of different sizes up to a maximum of 12 tons.
  • It should be easily accessible to internal and external clients so that deliveries can be made quickly and on time.
  • It will be outside the public place. 

Storage space

i) The HPS storage area is sufficient to store all stocks at the appropriate stock level in accordance with TPS requirements. HPS in Sabah, Sarawak and remote areas may require more space, given elements of supply uncertainty such as delivery time, delivery quantity, delivery quality and data accuracy.
(ii) There must be sufficiently physically separated areas with suitable storage conditions for the continuous separation of products, in particular biological, refrigerated, flammable and corrosive liquids and solids, medicinal gases, cytotoxic drugs, dangerous drugs and psychotropic substances.
(iii) If a controlled storage environment is required, these conditions should be monitored continuously with appropriate equipment at predetermined intervals. Maximum and minimum daily temperatures should be monitored and recorded. 

Hospital Pharmacy Procurement and Supply

Hospital Pharmacy Procurement and Supply



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