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StockBox

Managing high-access, low-cost medical supplies
StockBox is synonymous with efficiency when it comes to re-ordering medical supplies for pharmacies and supply rooms. It provides a simple method for automating inventory management in any hospital department or patient care area.

Patent-protected, StockBox combines with LogiPlatform cloud-based software, utilizing RFID technology to simplify the supply chain.

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Eliminates manual counting and saves valuable staff time

Cost-effective

Cost-effective

  • Provides 40% one-time reduction in supply room inventory
  • Ensures accurate consignment
  • No emergency orders – zero stock-outs or expired items
Digital

Digital

  • Accurate inventory information management system
  • Order status display
  • Automatic identification of the staff
Efficient

Efficient

  • Reduces human error caused by manual counting
  • Eliminates stock-outs
  • Supports different types of storage areas, including "two-bin" lean Kanban configuration and PAR level

Automated supply management

  • 24/7 customer support!
  • System can also create a requisition in the hospital ERP
  • Remote & instant updates on replenishment status for each party involved
  • Web-based system
  • Interfaced with barcode, RFID, Smart-Cabinet HW
  • Supports multilingual operation
  • Email & SMS alerts to system administrators
  • Automated reports by email to customer’s admins
  • Aggregates information from hybrid networks (hospital, LAN/WiFi, cellular data networks)
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StockBox – It’s That Simple!

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A “two-bin” Kanban system is composed of a primary bin and a secondary bin for each SKU.

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Every two-bin set is equipped with a StockCard that includes an embedded RFID tag, encoded with the supply details (type, quantity, location).

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Items are used as needed and pulled from primary bin first.

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When the quantity in the primary bin is used, the item has reached its restocking point.

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The RFID-enabled StockCard card is pulled from the cardholder on the front of the bin and dropped in StockBox. Dropping the StockCard in StockBox triggers and sends an electronic notification — including the item quantity and location — to the materials manager or team.

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Central storage team creates a pick list according to supply room's picked item for replenishment.

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The system can also create a requisition in the hospital ERP.

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When delivering the supply, StockBox is unlocked and StockCard is re-scanned before placing it back in place, to signal that refill is complete.

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During the process, there is enough stock in the secondary bin for routine use.

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