Healthcare Supply Chain Management Solution for Public Health/SNS
Built from the ground-up on the Juvare platform for emergency preparedness and response assets. Integrated healthcare supply chain management and public health workflows for management of medical supplies in daily operations, emergency situation response, and Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) and Medical Countermeasures (MCM) operations.
Domain Specific, Tightly Integrated with Juvare Platform
Unlimited Licensing for
Web and Mobile
EMSupply Overview with Max Wippich
EMSupply was built from the ground up as a public health and medical inventory management system, including the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) and Medical Countermeasures (MCM) operations.
Manage Stockpile Assets and Regular Equipment Operations
EMSupply tightly manages inventory processes including SNS and MCM, from initial procurement through receiving, staging, and storing (RSS), through distribution and consumption. Workflows leverage scenario-specific processes, including tracking HCC, PPE, and MSCC equipment, and CHEMPACK units. EMSupply is IMATS compatible and fully integrates with SNS data standards.
Aligns Intelligently with Juvare Solutions
Works Where and How You Do
EMSupply supports a web portal and a mobile app to deliver real-time data and collaboration. EMSupply moves your team beyond antiquated batch processing and provides and unlimited-user and unlimited-access licensing model for more efficient healthcare supply chain management.
Full Notification and Reporting Capabilities
EMSupply produces detailed reports with just a few clicks, saving time in reconciliation and cycle counts. Reporting capabilities are structured to maximize emergency preparedness and reduce waste by properly cycling inventory, as well as ensure par levels. Automated built-in notifications reduce waste, improve asset maintenance procedures, boost stakeholder engagement, and decrease distribution time during incident response.
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