The Healthcare Logistics Certification (PLC) is a certification offered to healthcare logistics professionals who are working on or planning to move large volumes of patient data between locations.
This certification, which is offered by Propak, is aimed at moving large volumes across borders, and requires the completion of a three-month training course.
The PLC certification, or the Healthcare Logistic Certification (HLC), is a three month program that aims to train healthcare logistics practitioners to be certified in all aspects of moving large amounts of data across borders.
However, it is not compulsory to complete the certification, and can be waived for qualified individuals, such as the medical staff of hospitals and healthcare clinics, who are looking to move their data into new locations.
A large amount of information has already been released regarding the certification process, but what has not been shared publicly is the certification standards and certification processes.
The healthcare logistics certification process requires an application form to be submitted, and a finalised assessment conducted by a PLC panel.
The panel then makes a recommendation to the Healthcare Locker (CL) which certifies the provider, the new location and the new logistics solution for the project.
The CL then determines the logistics plan for the location, and issues a certificate, which requires the company to make the project financially viable, maintain its current staffing levels and to ensure that it meets the CL’s criteria.
The CL then forwards the certificate to the PLC.
This process can take anywhere from three to seven months.
The Healthcare Locking process was created in 2007, and is based on the idea that the current healthcare infrastructure and its delivery systems are too complicated for any one healthcare provider to manage all of the logistics needs of the healthcare sector.
As a result, there are often too many people involved in the healthcare logistics sector, and it is very difficult to meet the needs of healthcare stakeholders.
A study published in 2016 by the UK-based company Logistics Logistics concluded that the cost of healthcare logistics was a key factor behind the closure of 1,000 healthcare centres in the UK, and the loss of 6.4 million jobs during that time.
This study also found that while healthcare costs have decreased significantly over the past decade, the healthcare industry has lost 8.3 million jobs, and healthcare logistics is one of the most difficult sectors in the industry to transition into.
The medical staffs of hospitals, healthcare clinics and nursing homes have been the most affected in terms of job losses, according to the report.
These facilities, which are the backbone of healthcare infrastructure in the country, are often understaffed, and are at a competitive disadvantage compared to their peers in the sector.
According to the Logistics Locker, healthcare logistics costs have been growing at an alarming rate, and more hospitals are being unable to meet demand.
It is estimated that there are around 6,000 hospitals across the UK that need to be transformed, and that around 8,000 of those hospitals are in London.
In terms of the future, the report predicts that the UK could see a massive shift in the way healthcare services are delivered in the next 20 years, as more patients require access to healthcare services.