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Malaysia's audit report shows shortfalls in medicine storage, management and procurement
 

Malaysia's audit report shows shortfalls in medicine storage, management and procurement

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The management and storage of medicines at government health clinics are found to be less than satisfactory, while procurement issues also arose, with state-level Health Departments, Pharmacy Logistics Affairs Branches and District Health Offices now having limited authority in purchasing medicine.
 
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24 Nov 2016 - General
 
Mark Edmon Tan I think employs may afraid of higher officials and all employees may be involved in the act. But all the employes should be respnsible for their healthcare jobs as it affecti...
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You Yi Hong Medicines supply chain management needs several regulations where best medicines are delivered to patients. It seems very wrong practise of MOH approved sites to make drug store...
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HT WEE well said, from last two months I am seeing some issues in Malaysia like budget issues, fake medicines about which we have discussed in our earlier discussions. But MOH continuously ...
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All of this started from the failure to comply with planned preventive maintenance that trickled down to leaking air conditioning sets, inadequate storage rooms, and unsecure storage rooms. It is perplexing though as to how some boxes of medicines we...
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It is quite shocking that the medicine storage in some places are not satisfactory. Proper, safe, and well-regulated storage and management of all medications is very important. Unlocked medicine storage rooms, backdoors left opened, cracked storage...
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I think MOH should really look seriously into Pharmacy Procurement and Inventory. It might help them save a big chuck of money! From what i know now, they do not even do strict audit on the stocks they have, which i thing is not right. They should ke...
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The management and storage of medicines at government health clinics are found to be less than satisfactory, the latest series of the Auditor-General's (A-G) 2015 Report showed.

The second series of the report was released on 21 Novembe...
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