Il processo di identificazione del potenziale donatore di organi e tessuti all’interno delle strutture sanitarie (Procurement): Una revisione della letteratura

Marco Martelloni, Francesco Zaghini, Angelo Oliva, Rosaria Gattellaro, Francesca Leonardis, Girolamo De Andreis, Alessandro Siu

Abstract

 

Il procurement è fondamentale per aumentare il numero di donazioni di organi e tessuti. In letteratura, sia nazionaleche internazionale, è difficile comprendere le modalità con cui le aziende sanitarie si sono organizzare per mettere in atto il processo di procurement.


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