DeliveryTrack is packed with user-friendly, productivity enhancing features
Real-Time Proof of Delivery
Electronic Signature Capture
Tote Count Verification
Dynamic Route Modification
Stop Barcode Verification
Barcode Type Verification
Full Integration with DocuTrack
Facility Specific E-Filing
Security and Access
Real-Time Proof of Delivery: All delivery information is sent back to the pharmacy server immediately allowing pharmacy staff to instantly retrieve delivery status information to answer client calls.
Deliveries are captured by scanning the Delivery Manifest barcode or individual RX barcodes. This information is automatically sent back to the pharmacy server and an electronic delivery manifest is produced.
Electronic Signature Capture:
A signature of receipt is collected electronically on the handheld device, including the role of the person accepting the delivery.
Administrators are able to calculate the most efficient route for their drivers with the click of a button. Routes can be static (pre-planned) or dynamically created on the fly.
Tote Count Verification:
The system validates that totes that are supposed to go on a designated route are in fact scanned before the driver leaves the pharmacy.
When route planning, administrators are easily able to merge routes from the route list workspace.
The ability to make a copy of a route enables the pharmacy to create templates that can be used to speed up route creation.
Dynamic Route Modification:
Delivery stops can be added out in the field by drivers after the commencement of a route.
Using GPS positioning, the location of drivers can be continually monitored. This allows administrators to know exactly where their drivers are and the progress they have made in completion of their route.
Through continual cell phone connectivity and the utilization of driver tracking, users can locate a driver closest to a given location and re-route them based on unexpected changes and client requests.
Stop Barcode Verification:
A stop barcode (usually attached to the nurse workstation) must be scanned before a delivery can be made. This provides proof that the driver is at the designated stop before starting delivery.
Barcode Type Verification:
Dispatch can specify the level of granularity to be scanned by stop, specifying whether the driver is to scan at an Rx, manifest or tote level. The mobile device will then validate that the correct barcode is being scanned at point of delivery.
Through dynamic manifest generation, delivery manifests are imported back into DocuTrack where they are then viewable by pharmacy staff. Various other reports also exist to track driver efficiency or to find proof of delivery within DeliveryTrack.
All delivery information is easily searchable within DocuTrack or DeliveryTrack, meaning that users can find the status of a delivery in whichever application they happen to be working in.
Full Integration with DocuTrack:
All manifests are imported into the DocuTrack system and associated with the original prescription for ease of retrieval.
Facility Specific E-Filing:
Source names can be created for each facility, allowing the setup of a document import rule routing documents to a specific folder.
Security and Access:
User setup options allow administrators to create accounts for users that ensure data security and appropriate permissions whether using the dispatch workstation or working on a mobile out in the field.
Proof of delivery becomes a fully automated process. Completed manifests are never lost and always make their way back into the system. Manifests include items returned along with a full audit trail of when items were delivered, who the driver was, the date and time of delivery, and the GPS location of the delivery.