Innovative Smart Medical Supply Platform 2020 handover ceremony

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Duangpun Kritchanchai and Dr. Rawinkhan Srinon are part of the research team that developed Smart medical supply platform 2020 on 9 June 2020. When COVID-19 hit Thailand early this year, many hospitals faced shortage of surgical mask and appropriate COVID-19 protective equipment while some hospitals have surplus from donations. This research project received grant from National Research Council of Thailand to create an integrated platform to help manage distribution of COVID-19’s medical supplies to where they’re needed. This platform consists of six parts namely, product catalog, donation page, virtual stock, order management, matching system, and tracking system.

The platform would efficiently match surgical mask and COVID-19 protective equipment demands from healthcare facilities with supplies from both procurement and donation. Furthermore, the platform supports managing shipping process, tracking, and display necessary information for further planning. On June 9, 2020, Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research presented the platform to Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Public Health for the ministry to continue managing medical supply for frontline healthcare workforces.  

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