Connection of systems
Simplify management processes, save inventory, procurement and delivery costs, as well as human resources, with higher performance. Between 15 and 25 of all hospital costs are covered by the logistics sector. There are considerable potential for optimization and savings. Significant savings can be achieved through an efficient design of the supplier structure, the product range and order processing.
In order to fully exploit the optimization potential, the development of competitive and performance-oriented IT structures is necessary. The flow of material, information, capital and its efficient management are the key parameters.
Typical core logistical problems include:
- Non-transparent ordering processes
- Uneconomical logistics processes
- Inventory expense
- Non-transparent article strains
- Elaborate administration
- Poor storage structure
- Permanent inventory control
- Incorrect assignment
Connection of different systems such as:
- Hospital Information Systems (KIS)
Module supply and individual customer evaluations (also related to cost centres) via electronic order. Delivery notes, invoices, etc. with upstream master data harmonisation.