Farhos manages the delivery of medication to several hospitals in a centralized manner

From Visual Limes we have several successful cases with Farhos in countries such as Mexico, where some hospitals in the State of Mexico have opted for the centralized supply of drugs and consumables from a purchasing center to the warehouses of the different hospitals of their health service of which we present below some of its characteristics.

Specifically, we have this model implanted in 14 hospitals and a purchasing center of the hospitals of the ISEM in the State of Mexico, and in 4 hospitals and a purchasing center of the ISSEMyM in the State of Mexico in order to optimize resources and improve processes purchase sets and general control of pharmaceutical expenditure.

One of the first characteristics is the centralization of the purchase services of drugs and other materials, in order to achieve greater discounts and better controls of purchases from different suppliers (mostly pharmaceutical laboratories) and a general optimization of spending in pharmaceutical purchases of the 14 hospitals with the pharmacy managed in this way.

The company managing such purchases and supplies to the hospitals uses Farhos to manage the entire flow of drugs from the supplier to the central supply warehouse and the central warehouse to the different hospitals, thereby controlling the consumption of the central warehouse and the synchronization of information on consumption of each of the sub-warehouse of each hospital (14 stores in this specific case of the example of the ISEM Hospitals).

The following image outlines the operation.

In this way, Farhos will synchronize information of the quantity of medicines and materials to generate replacement reports automatically, to manage orders to suppliers and organize deliveries to hospitals from the purchase center.

Continuing with the flow of functionalities that allows to manage Farhos to our clients with this centralized model, the following process contolled from the pharmacy of each one of the 14 hospitals, are the delivery of medication to outpatients or ambulatory patients, admitted patients and replenishments of drugs’ cabinets, as shown in the following diagram.

To perform these different tasks users have different sections within Farhos to manage the information in the system. For example in the case of deliveries to outpatients (not in the hospital) who come with your prescription to collect the prescribed medication, pharmacy users have this delivery simplified console.

The physicians use the electronic prescription to prescribe the pharmacological treatment to the patients through the following console.

After the prescription, it is printed on paper and given to the patient.

In this way, the hospitals have information on consumption and the requirements to replace drugs and other materials in real time.

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