Upp Technology Provides State of Maryland with Mobile Logistics Platform

— October 10, 2011

  

Upp Technology recently announced that the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has selected its irms|360 Enterprise solution suite and has deployed the irms|GOKIT mobile logistics platform throughout the state’s 55 counties for emergency resource management and patient tracking.
 
The software, which includes irms|EM Emergency Management and irms|PM Patient Management, provides the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene with secure access and immediate insight into critical supplies, people and processes.
 
Upp Technology’s irms|360 Enterprise is a comprehensive healthcare management suite designed to enable users to view and manage inventory, asset, patient and program data in a single location.
 
The irms|GOKIT mobile logistics platform enables remote management of critical emergency response inventories, assets and supplies, as well as patient dispensing facilities, in real time from any location. The mobile solution is designed to operate in a standalone environment, with or without external connectivity, and can be operational within 15 minutes of deployment.
 
irms|EM provides control over the receipt, staging, and mobilization of emergency pharmaceuticals, supplies, and equipment. The software enables mobile access to a centralized web-based system, where state officials can monitor patients as they’re treated and emergency inventories as they’re utilized. The solution allows officials to respond immediately if local supplies need replenishment.
 
Irms|PM provides the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene with a patient management solution to manage registration, treatment, transfer and discharge of an unlimited number of patients in day-to-day operations and in temporary emergency facilities.
 
By systematically recording data associated with each patient, the solution is designed to enhance both the quality and quantity of patient services, from patient registration to triage consultation and administration of flu clinics.

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