Medical Supplies Inventory System
ASAP Systems’ Inventory System for the Medical Supply industry, empowers healthcare organizations to eliminate outdated and ineffective inventory tracking procedures, and gain total control of their inventory counts.
South Florida Vascular Associates
At the end of the day the reports tell us what we’ve used and when to order again. We can also see what supplies were used on past procedures so we can prepare for future cases. Fernando Lebron, Technologist at South Florida Vascular Associates
Ensuring a Close Match Between Supply and Demand in a Time of Crisis
There is a worldwide shortage of critical medical supplies needed to fight the current pandemic, including ventilators and personal protective equipment (PPE). In an effort to minimize the gap between the supply and demand, Medical Supply organizations need an efficient and extremely easy to use tracking solution to determine available quantities and the projected needs for equipment.
3 Benefits of an Inventory System for Medical Supplies Companies
Reducing Human Error
There is no time for human error when lives are on the line. Fulfilling medical supply company needs, our Inventory System combines absolute accuracy, ease of use, and speed. In order to tackle the complex demands of hospitals and clinics, our Barcode Inventory Tracking System provides unmatched barcoding and reporting functionalities that provide accurate information.
Keep Track of Expiring medical supplies
During a crisis, medical supply organizations do not have time to manually keep track of expiration dates. Our Inventory System enables medical supply organizations to scan inventory in bulk when it’s received and be alerted when anything is approaching expiration. Medical supply organizations can manage vendors, costs, and reorder supplies with a short shelf life efficiently.
Accurate Inventory Levels Counts
Our Medical Supply Inventory System acts as a central hub for all your medical inventory activities. It allows you to instantly check stock quantities, know when to reorder supplies, track expenses, and always have the right amount of inventory on-hand.