Barcoding in healthcare promises to be a game changer for inventory control. But how can medical providers best use barcodes for their needs?
Medications are some of the biggest expenses any clinical setting incurs. What tools do you have in place for expiration tracking?
In developing better strategies for patient care, one key component is data management and analysis. Often there can be substantial benefit simply from leveraging the data you already have.
As technology continues to reshape healthcare management, blockchain has been discussed as a possible innovation that can bring radical changes to the industry. But are these improvements feasible, or do they bring added risk?
In an environment of increasing business competition, industry specific software can be a powerful tool to help your business not only survive but also maintain a path of healthy growth.
Technology can provide an effective tool in the fight against prescription drug abuse
Urgent Care Centers are increasingly using inventory management software to optimize purchasing and lower costs.
Running out of medical inventory can be costly to your practice in many ways, but how can this be avoided?
Understanding PAR (Periodic Automatic Replenishment) Levels is critical to managing any medical practice or facility, since PAR levels help control spending and maintain stocks. This will be especially important as providers navigate an environment of continuing uncertainty in the healthcare industry.
To some AI, or artificial intelligence, may seem like a remote concept, but the reality is that AI already exists. In what ways can machine intelligence transform the science and practice of medicine?
Perpetual inventory systems can help your business control costs and stay on a path of healthy growth
Software deployment can be one of the most stressful experiences many organizations encounter, especially for office management technology. Yet there are things you can do to make the process flow smoothly.
The only sure thing in the coming years is that uncertainty in the health care industry will continue. As political leaders continue to debate changes to existing legislation, physicians and facilities must find ways not only to survive but also to prosper in an increasingly unpredictable environment.
A few simple tips for selecting medical inventory management software can keep the process practical, rational, and ultimately profitable for your medical practice.
Medical inventory management is less about medical office size and more about about operational complexity.
The ABC-VED matrix looks at both cost and criticality in helping you build and manage your medical inventory
There are a number of factors that make your practice unique, so it’s important to find an inventory control technique that fits your needs.
When using Excel spreadsheets to manage inventory, make sure to capture the information that identifies each item, and its location. This method, however, relies diligence to maintain accurate information, and this can be difficult during a typical busy day.
Growing competition in urgent care brings the risk of losing patients, or not getting new patients as in the past. The reward, however, can be substantial given the continued interest in the convenience and effectiveness of urgent care.
While you were in the stock room you might have noticed that some of your products had no barcodes on the packaging at all. This creates a problem when implementing a barcode system. How do you track an item without a barcode?
These seven tips will help ensure a smooth implementation process when your medical, dental, or veterinary practice decides to purchase a new software.
Siddhartha Mukherjee writes about the continuing importance of doctors in a world of AI
Selling products to patients can increase your revenue but follow these tips to do it right.
How can you avoid common pitfalls as you select and use inventory software?
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