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The general lack of trust and, to a certain extent, accountability that exists between physicians and management in traditional medical practices, also can negatively affect physician perception of and involvement in quality management initiatives. Supply management 237 Stage Definition Passive No strategic direction: primarily reacts to requests from other functions Adopts latest purchasing techniques and practices, but strategic direction is independent from the organization’s competitive strategy Supports the organization’s competitive strategy by adopting purchasing techniques that strengthen its competitive position Purchasing strategy is fully integrated with the organization’s competitive strategy and constitutes part of an integrated effort among functional peers to formulate and implement a strategic plan Independent Figure 6.6 Reck and Long’s model for developing the role of purchasing (adapted from Reck and Long, 1988).

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