Health Operations & Medical Emergency Response System
HOMER is Florida Department of Health's enterprise pharmaceutical life-cycle cloud-based system utilized in Florida's Division of Emergency Preparedness and Community Support. This cloud-based system is a pharmacy inventory and quality control system for pharmaceutical dispensing through integration with QS1. The system also contains direct interfaces to the Federal Drug Administration, Redbook, UPS, FedEx, and medical hardware integrations such as re-packing machines and GS1 bar-code scanners.
The system utilizes biometrics for security.
The Emergency Medicine Inventory Tracker system was initially created for the Florida Department of Health to provide additional oversight, tracking, and monitoring of provider administration of COVID-19 therapeutics and on-hand inventory. Providers are now required to report the quantity of therapeutic courses administered daily and the available inventory balance in EMIT each day the provider’s site is open for operation. Accurate inventory counts are essential, as federal allocation of therapeutics is determined in part by demand and existing inventory.
To increase compliance and consistent reporting by providers, EMIT sends daily automated emails to remind and encourage providers to report their daily on-hand inventory counts and administration of therapeutics. These notifications continue until the daily count is performed, as accurate and timely inventory reporting is critical to States to continue obtaining and allocating these life-saving therapeutics.
If you are seeking an inexpensive, easy-to-implement, cloud-based solution for your State for tracking and reporting monoclonal antibodies then give us a call, we have a solution for you.
We can have you up-and-running and reporting accurate daily counts to the HPOP system quickly!
SunFocus accurately processes $700 million in Florida Medicaid funds WEEKLY. $36 Billion ANNUALLY. We are quite proud of that! This mission-critical system incorporates best accounting practices for AHCA, their external partners, and the Federal government as it relates to financial grant tracking and allocations.
The SunFocus system contains automated interfaces to FLAIR and FMMIS.
Pharmaceutical Forms System
PFS is utilized by every County Health Department "CHD" in the State of Florida.
For the last twelve years, PCG has been working closely with the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Public Health Pharmacy, on the implementation and statewide rollout of the cloud-based Pharmaceutical Forms System (“PFS”). This system facilitates efficient pharmaceutical and medical supply ordering, tracking, fulfillment, bar-code generation, and inventory reconciliation.
The system contains interfaces to major drug manufacturers.
PFS major modules include:
Inventory Quarantine Tracking
Refill Home Delivery
Graphs & Reports