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Wright State supply chain management students propose electronic tracking system for health clinics

Tuesday, April 25, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Samantha Porter
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"An electronic tracking system that may improve care at health clinics for low-income patients is under consideration thanks to a senior capstone project by supply chain management students at Wright State’s Raj Soin College of Business.

"The students presented their project to leaders at Five Rivers Health Centers on April 17.

"The students are those of Larry Weinstein, professor of supply chain management and leader of the college’s supply chain management capstone projects. The students include Daniel Kidd, of Ft. Wayne, Indiana; Khamis Alwishahi, of the United Arab Emirates; and Khadejah Almomin, Fahad Albaluchi and Aqeelah Alhajji, all of Saudi Arabia.

"Five Rivers Health Centers is a federally qualified system that serves low-income patients, primarily Medicaid and uninsured patients. It consists of seven centers in the Dayton area and one in Xenia, offering primary, medical-surgical, women’s health, dental and pediatric care as well as health care for the homeless..."

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