Adaptive service bills to aid veterinary inventory management.
Inventory of service materials in veterinary hospitals has become costly and vulnerable due to the failure of clinics to restrict access to stock and enforce strict recording of every item used as well as the limited ability of standard software systems in tracking materials.
The solution is deemed to rest in estimating materials usage based on patient attribute and condition, and then using these estimates as bases for backflushing inventory records.
The effect would go beyond yielding a more reliable inventory system to allowing a truer understanding of the costs of services rendered.
Mots-clés Pascal : Application, Gestion archive, Traitement donnée hospitalière, Logiciel, Automatisation, Comptabilité prix revient, Gestion stock, Gestion
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Inventory management, Adaptive service bills, Inventory records, Service materials, Standard software systems, Computer records, Veterinary hospitals, Application, Records management, Hospital data processing, Computer software, Automation, Cost accounting, Inventory control, Management
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Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 96-0139311
Code Inist : 001D01A13. Création : 199608.