RIMS is a unique and cost-effective system for the management of pharmaceutical products and clinical supplies within the entire healthcare delivery system. The software-based service gives healthcare facilities the ability to be proactive in the management of pharmaceutical products that have a fixed shelf life, helping eliminate inventory lost to expiration while reducing the labor required to manage product dating and the recovery of recalled products.
The system will be offered through a partnership with
This agreement formalizes the strategic partnership between RGIS and CCS, according to
CCS has provided RIMS to numerous healthcare systems for products contained within facility crash carts, transport kits, stroke kits, emergency vehicles, and at physician offices, with significant inventory savings and enhanced regulatory compliance and patient safety. The partnership with RGIS provides much broader reach for the RIMS service according to
RIMS enhances the services of RGIS, which currently include physical inventories, compliance audits, par level determination and additional supply chain services for the healthcare industry. The savings from the elimination of lost inventory value of non-creditable product outdates, coupled with the reduction in labor hours required to manage inventories in remote locations, will result in a significant return on investment for healthcare delivery networks.
Turn your next inventory event into an opportunity to get smarter with your space. RGIS takes you beyond the count with integrated inventory services that include store surveys, space management, store remodels and resets,
# # #
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/11/prweb11296575.htm
Most Popular Stories
- NSA Defends Global Cellphone Tracking Legality
- Top Websites for U.S. Hispanics
- Networks Vie for U.S. Hispanic TV Viewers
- Ad Counts Rise in 2013 for Hispanic Magazines
- Apple Wants Samsung to Pay $22M for Patent Dispute Legal Bills
- Starbucks Gets Grinchy; No Gingerbread Lattes for Tampa Customers
- Apple Paid Its Lawyers More Than $60MM to Defeat Samsung in Court
- Jobs Report Brings Cheer As Unemployment Drops to Five-year Low
- Economic Bright Spots Not a Sure Boost for President Obama
- US Consumer Borrowing Rose $18.2B in Oct.