product evaluation committee

product evaluation committee

[prod′əkt]
a hospital committee composed of medical, nursing, purchasing, and administrative staff members whose purpose is to evaluate healthcare-related products and advise on their procurement. Also called new product evaluation committee.
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The first system to formalize the process in this way was the New York State Department of Correctional Services, which created the product evaluation committee (PEC) in 1979.
These groups may be known by several different names, including technology review committees, product evaluation committees and technology transfer committees.
Again, while all technology review committees serve the same general functions, there are three basic types of committees currently in existence: product evaluation committees, technology transfer committees and regional technology committees.

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