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Supply Chain News
ACT' Health first to launch MCIS
ACT Health first to launch new Supply Chain catalogue system for health services.
WA eProcurement system a national first for health
WA, the first State to implement an electronic trading system in healthcare that complies with the NEHTA specifications.
Health supply system a world first
National Product Catalogue (NPC) system is one of the first in the world to focus exclusively on the needs of the healthcare industry.
Australia launches e-health supply chain location directory
The first electronic location directory was officially unveiled in Melbourne and Sydney.