Jump Technologies, Inc. Debuts New JumpStock™ OR Module at AHRMM Booth 1020

Eagan, MN – July 27, 2016 – Jump Technologies, Inc., an innovative software company with solutions that improve supply management in hospitals, today announced the new JumpStock™ OR Module will be unveiled at the 2016 Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) conference and exhibition. With this enhancement to JumpStock inventory management, Jump Technologies continues to expand its portfolio of cloud-based mobile solutions that reduce labor, reduce costs, and enable more automated and accurate supply management.

Problems with the Current State
Consider the most significant problem in the area of supply and device management: an estimated $5 billion in annual loss to the healthcare industry related to the supply chain in the Operating Room (OR)1.

Introducing the JumpStock™ OR Module
The new JumpStock™ OR Module takes inventory management to new levels of visibility, predictability, automation and accuracy. Jump Technologies has designed simple interfaces to connect JumpStock with a hospital’s OR scheduling and preference card systems, powerfully integrating current on-hand inventory, on-order inventory and safety stock with scheduled procedures and physician preference cards. The JumpStock OR Module helps build accurate supply forecasts needed for one OR suite, multiple suites or an entire organization, within a specified time period. In just a few clicks, an OR team member can order required supplies based on forecast.

Using JumpStock to manage inventory provides ongoing, accurate data about supply usage, building greater predictability in the OR. By forecasting supply requirements for scheduled procedures, the JumpStock OR module helps to decrease or eliminate stock-outs, overstocking and waste – and in turn, reduce rescheduled procedures, helping to build clinical confidence.

Designed to optimize OR inventory management, the JumpStock OR Module:

Overcoming the Challenges
“While inventory management has traditionally been difficult in health systems, the OR brings a unique set of challenges. There’s a wide variety of supplies and devices kept on hand, which can enter the OR via a range of channels and make visibility exceptionally difficult,” said Sophie Rutherford, vice president of Business Development, Jump Technologies, Inc. “As health systems work to reduce costs and increase supply chain visibility, improving inventory management in the OR is key. It’s more important than ever for hospitals to build visibility, automation and accuracy into their supply chain processes, in order to improve Cost, Quality and Outcomes.”

“We’ve focused on managing inventory in the OR because we see the opportunity for cost reductions. Steps we’re taking will drive greater automation and accuracy, more data sharing among systems, and an overall reduction of manual processes,” said Seth Larson, CMRP, director of Supply Chain Management, Chesapeake Regional Medical Center. “We have a goal to understand the costs of supplies used during procedures, which not only supports our Cost, Quality and Outcomes efforts, but also provides our patients with more accurate and transparent bills. Today, we’re making progress toward our planned future state – a uniquely visible, cost-effective supply chain.”

Attendees of the AHRMM16 conference can see the new JumpStock OR Module at the Jump Technologies booth (#1020), August 1-2, 2016, along with other cloud-based supply management solutions from JumpTech.

1 GHX Research: Implantable Device Supply Chain (2012)