Achieve Just-in-Time Inventory Control
Maintain reliable stock levels and accurate demand assessments, accelerating replenishment activities and eliminating the manual counting and data entry that takes valuable time away from logistics and clinical personnel.
The Tecsys system helps ensure that efficient, automated processes can be deployed throughout the hospital to keep operational costs low. This automation leads to controlled, orderly storage supply areas where staff can easily find what they need. We support your logistics activities and simplify user interactions at the point of use with RFID, barcode and mobile technologies, creating intuitive supply chain activities.
- Increase productivity and reduce supply related errors
- Optimize product reordering and delivery process
RFID Two-bin Kanban
- Reduce the risk of overstocking and stockouts while eliminating manual counting
- Enable a quick response to supply issues and stockouts
Point of use and inventory management automation represents a significant opportunity to achieve quantifiable gains by improving workflows, streamlining traceability processes and redeploying valuable clinical resources.
Mercy Success Story: Sustaining Margin Performance in the OR
The ability to deliver high-quality care to an expanding population base with constricting resources is a challenge that affects all healthcare organizations. To address changing revenue models, healthcare leader Mercy needed a comprehensive assessment of perioperative performance and a plan to maintain the viability of this critical service line.
A Holistic, Integrated Approach to the Healthcare Supply Chain
The healthcare supply chain is unlike that in any other industry. For most hospitals, the parties and processes required to get a product from the manufacturer to the point of use are many and varied, resulting in high costs and significant waste.
How to Overcome the Three Barriers to Continuous Improvement in Healthcare
In today’s environment of shrinking margins, changing reimbursements, and new population health concerns, doing things the way they’ve always been done simply doesn’t work. And yet, it can seem virtually impossible to implement the types of changes that can make a meaningful impact.