iMedtac is pleased to announce a new series of automated dispensing cabinets, iMADC, which is designed to secure medication storage and dispensing, as well as inventory management. The iMADC is suitable for managing high-risk medications and controlled substances near the point of care such as anesthesiology, ICU, ward or quarantine areas, and high-value consumables in operating rooms.
The iMADC offers a number of benefits for nurses and pharmacists to help them operate more efficiently and take better care of patients, which includes:
Multiple Authority Management
Various authentication methods are available, such as facial recognition, password entry, and ID badge scanning. Only the person in charge can access the cabinet, making the distribution of controlled substance safer.
High Levels of Medication Security
With a closed-loop system, it is possible to manage and monitor high-risk medications throughout the entire medication dispensing workflow. By keeping records of all the actions within the system, the highest level of medication security is provided.
Medication Inventory Management
The iMADC provides full management reports including dispense medicine, return medicine, restock medicine and check inventory, reducing the risk of unusual incidents. Moreover, the system will alert you when inventory levels are low, allowing you to restock timely.
The iMADC is also equipped with many valuable features for safe and accurate medication management, including:
- Capable of integrating with HIS/PIS/NIS and synchronizing with clinical orders
- Limited access to the cabinet for staff not on duty
- Various extensions available, enabling facial recognition and connections to barcode readers and other iMedtac ADCs
Support medication dispensing without medical orders
- Support retrieving whole package medications
- Pill boxes can be retrieved as a whole, avoiding damaging medications packaged in ampoules. Easy to clean
- Support inventory sampling checks to avoid fraudulent activities
For more information, visit the product page here.