Hospital stores software - inventory optimisation

Vikas 2.0 hospital stores inventory management software with intelligent stock take
Hospital stores management

The hospital stores module allows inventory management – purchases, issues, transfer of medicines, consumables, and assets from and to various sales and consumption outlets such as pharmacy, laboratory, X-ray, casualty, and operation theater.

Hospital stores software

Family and doctor-owned hospital stores inventory management usually lacks proper checks and balances to ensure quality and timely procurement of general consumables and expensive surgical products. The module can easily be configured to meet the demands of purchase managers and finance departments.

  • Allows easy issue of medicines and consumables to departments
  • Inventory optimization to help reduce overheads
  • Tracking of purchase orders, schemes, and prices
  • Track items are taken for repair and maintenance
  • Facilitates outlets to handle operation theater, nursing station, and ward stock
  • One-click generation of purchase orders for products below re-order level
  • Goods Receipt notification for the finance department
  • Classification under manufacturer, generic name, and chemical composition
  • Product conversion to allow bulk to the retail packing
  • Directly links consumption with outlets such as laboratory and Operation Theatre.
  • Define preferred vendor for a product
  • ABC / FSN inventory analysis
  • Industry-standard Barcode printing formats (optional)
  • Multi-location stock monitoring and transfer for central purchases
  • RFID solutions enabled asset tracking solutions
  • Vendor connect – allowing suppliers to export data into the GRN system
  • Online approval/rejection of materials supplied
  • Global vendor rating system shared among hospitals

RFID solutions with hospital stores management software

Inventory items are tagged with RFID solutions with tags to simplify management. A pre-printed, pre-encoded number may be used on the RFID tag, or industry standards schemas such as the SGTIN can be leveraged. Additional information such as lot/batch or expiry dates may also be encoded onto the RFID tags.