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TriNet Medical SRX Lot and Inventory tracking solution integrated with EMR/EHR
TriNet Medical’s SRX software is integrated with EMR/EHR to track 340B and non-340B Medications, Immunizations, Supplies, COVID-19 vaccine & test kits, and DME. The SRX software allows support staff to scan the manufacturer-provided 2D barcodes to automate the capture of data including Medication Name, Manufacturer, NDC, CVX, Lot Number, Expiration Date, etc. This data capture process does not impact the existing administration workflow. If an item does not have a 2D barcode from the manufacturer, the software will generate one that can be printed for use.
Increase Practice Efficiency and Productivity
Barcode technology integration with EMR saves time as a single scan captures all the required data automatically into the patient’s chart. Entering data manually takes much longer, is susceptible to the risks of human error, and may require rework. In some situations, manual entry needs to be recorded in multiple places (e.g., patient's medical record, state registry) for the same patient, increasing both staff time and risk of error.
Average practice efficiency improved using SRX Barcode solution is about 340%
Reduce operational costs with easy Inventory and Lot Management
The SRX system supports inventory and lot management at multiple locations. Inventory and Lot data are available in real-time as they are captured using barcode technology, which allows administrators to order "just in time," and keep "just the right amount" of medication, supplies, vaccines, etc. on hand. Having less inventory reduces potential wastage and monetary losses due to mechanical failure, natural disaster, power outage, or human error. Lot tracking allows accurate documentation and reporting.
Average operational cost reduced by 50% using SRX Barcode scanning solution.
Improved patient safety
Additional clinical safety checks that flag an incorrect or expired or recalled item pulled by the clinician when scanned.
Real-time alerts and reporting
An alert is triggered when an expired or recalled item is scanned. Built-in reports provide details of immunization or medication usage and their inventory. These assist in managing medication supply and the ordering process. The system also provides low inventory and expired inventory alerts.