Ordering consumables can be quite lavish
The overwhelming portion of items used in surgeries and practices consists of consumables, such as gloves, syringes, disinfectants or dressing materials. Nearly 90% of these articles will constantly be needed again and ordered multiple times per year. Each order of consumables requires a considerable amount of effort. This leads to the question of which articles you need and in what amounts. Often you are left with no choice other than to simply guess how many you will need for a particular time period or to dig up old receipts. However, that always brings the risk of forgetting a required item from your regular order.
How the Order Alarm Works
You would like to order practice supplies and have a customer account.
The order alarm tracks all articles in your order history that you have ordered at least two times. However, the respective order amount can vary.
Based on your needs in the past, the order alarm calculates how long you needed to use up an item and then provides a recommendation for when you may need it again. The goal is to insure that you never run out of consumables.
Your required items will be listed dependent upon urgency. You may manually correct the order recommendation and, for example, adjust for changing situations in the practice or seasonal influences. With only one click, you can toss the recommended items into your basket.
Your basket is now full. To complete the ordering process, please proceed to checkout.
The order alarm has been and always will be developed and improved with the help of doctors. The current experience shows us that the more often you use the order alarm, the more precise are the order recommendations. Step for step, added value continues to automatically grow that you will no longer want to miss out on.
To determine whether a need exists and consumables should be ordered, a corresponding note will appear on the "My Account" page. Our Email notification service is even more convenient as it sends you an automatic message, when one of your stocked products is running low.