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Jodi Panzino of Concord Hospital describes the benefits of 2BIN-iD in a session titled “Reducing Costs with RFID” at the RFID in Healthcare Conference.

Logistics and supply chain management success stories

 

Making the case for resourceful ideas

Return on investment is driven by the ratio between the cost of transformation and the post-implementation results. Because Logi-D provides an industry-leading turnkey offering that features the most comprehensive solution platform, transformation analysis, and implementation support backed by documented proprietary methodologies, we stand fully behind the performance targets identified in the initial transformation analysis.

Industry-leading cost-to-impact ratio

To achieve industry-leading ratios, Logi-D keeps its prices competitive through the intelligent use of emerging technologies: optimal technology levels are established per stock-keeping unit. This approach, combined with Logi-D’s proprietary TRIAX-iD transformation process, assures clients that they are obtaining the highest possible value for the lowest price. By integrating best practices into the solution workflows for the various supply chain metrics, supply budgets, productivity and work environment are all impacted positively.

 

 
The proven gains behind the ratios:

 

Improved logistics processes free nursing staff of supply chain duties, allowing them to focus on the hospital’s primary mission: patient care.”

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CHU de Quebec case study

Productivity gains

 
  • Automation and elimination of manual tasks
  • Elimination of non value-added activities
  • Streamlining of processes
  • Transferring of logistics activities from nursing staff to materials management and support staff
  • Substantial improvement in the outcome of supply chain processes
  • Reduction in dependence on individual employees and facilitation in integrating new staff members
 

Supply-related gains

 
  • Reduction in inventory shrinkage through real time inventory data and built-in stock rotation
  • Optimization of inventory levels through consumption-based replenishment and meaningful analytics
 

Space-related gains

 
  • Minimization of employee movements, because the right products are placed where needed
  • Fewer supply searches, with storage sequences aligned to clinical processes and visual systems
  • Optimization of the space allotted to storage
  • Ergonomic improvements