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  •   Mayko Pinheiro da Silva

  •   Gabriela de Mattos Veroneze

  •   Marcelo Albuquerque de Oliveira

  •   Ingrid Marina Pinto Pereira

Abstract

With the emergence of a pandemic in the world caused by the new coronavirus (COVID-19), many companies closed doors because of the lack of capital to maintain operational performance. Still, others reinvented and adapted themselves during this problem. The impact was no different on the industries, mainly on their supply chain, on inventories, and production rates, whether they are small, medium, or large. The fact is that no one left unscathed as a result of this pandemic. The general objective of this study was to present the impact on the supply chain in the hospital environment in the interior of the Amazonas state, which has an entirely different logistics arrangement from anywhere in the world. The results indicate that the proper functioning of the hospital system is directly related to the capacity to supply adequate materials that guarantee the execution of procedures with quality and higher patient satisfaction.  

Keywords: Supply-Chain, Amazon, COVID-19, Hospital supplies.

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da Silva, M. P., Veroneze, G. de M., de Oliveira, M. A., & Pinto Pereira, I. M. (2020). Impact on The Supply Chain in a Hospital Environment Caused by the Coronavirus Inside the State of Amazonas. European Journal of Business and Management Research, 5(5). https://doi.org/10.24018/ejbmr.2020.5.5.482