VUEMED’s customers represent a variety of healthcare organizations, including hospitals, ambulatory care facilities, and surgical centers. We work primarily with specialty procedure labs and departments that use a large quantity and diversity of implantable and/or disposable medical devices. VueTrack™ is the ideal solution for these specialty departments because it can be employed across multiple platforms in virtually any medical specialty:
In addition to assisting individual departments document cases accurately and gain control over their clinical inventory, VueTrack™ also enables multiple labs/departments within or across hospitals to easily share their inventory. Everyone in the network can know exactly what products are available, which items should be used, swapped or exchanged before expiration, and much more.
Benefits to Specific Customers:
VueTrack™ helps a variety of hospital professionals obtain the inventory information they need to make their work more effective and efficient – with just a few mouse clicks:
Inventory managers use VueTrack™ on a daily basis to review under-par items, order the appropriate products in the right quantities and mix, and keep inventory levels lean. They also use VueTrack™ bi-weekly to review upcoming expiring items and ensure that they get used or exchanged prior to expiration.
Lab managers use VueTrack™ regularly to track and analyze their labs’ product utilization trends, purchases, costs, and physician preferences when deciding which products to carry and in what quantities, when reviewing functionally equivalent products with physicians, or when analyzing procedure costs.
Department administrators use VueTrack™ monthly or quarterly to review analytics on procedure and product costs, physician utilization, and consignment levels when deciding whether to bring a new product into the lab, when negotiating with vendors, or when managing their budgets.
Materials managers use VueTrack™ to analyze overall product consumption trends, to look up a specific product transaction history, to review new products being used by a department and ensure their addition to the MMIS item master, to analyze stagnating inventory and evaluate consolidation options, and to review manufacturers’ market share across multiple departments for contract negotiations.