Genesis Automation

Genesis Automation

Genesis Automation are a leading provider of innovative supplies management, traceability and analytics solutions for the healthcare industry

By offering hospitals clinically-integrated technology, we empower Trusts to take control of their supply chain in order to improve patient safety, compliance, cost audits and traceability of their supplies.

Our solution does this by tracking medical supplies and implants from hospital entry point through every phase of distribution and use within the healthcare setting including the Theatre. By connecting vital healthcare data throughout the workflow process, we give Trusts accurate information in real-time for better decision making.

Our integrated system captures virtually any kind of tracking code (barcode, 2D matrix, QR, etc.) including GS1, making it simple and easy to track supplies by batch, lot numbers, and expiration dates - improving recall management and patient safety.

Patient centred care is at the forefront of the Genesis technology, our innovative solution can lead to better patient care and outcomes. Genesis point of use traceability is the only solution to immediately and automatically prevent expired or recalled items from being used, protecting patients and providing the necessary data in real time to better manage recalls.

Our Technology and support services were designed with the NHS and their largest orthopaedic suppliers. The technology underpins NHS directives such as the eProcurement strategy, GS1 and Scan4Safety Initiatives.

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