With UCapIt vending machines and supply lockers, EMS and healthcare providers have access control, inventory management and accountability over the entire medical supply lifecycle. With a versatile hardware offering, UCapIt allows organizations to take control of their supply room and securely store, track and dispense a wide range of EMS products.
UCapIt hardware includes:
UCapIt Supply Dispensers allows organizations to securely dispense a wide variety of medical supplies, narcotics, and pharmaceuticals to authorized staff. Supply Dispensers provide a single point-of-access for your entire team and helps keep your inventory safe, secure and organized. Take advantage of both refrigerated and non-refrigerated dispensers.
Supply Lockers are used to access or return medical equipment and supplies. They can be attached to a Dispenser or Locker for additional capacity. Each bay can be individually programmed and has the option to add electricity for charging devices. Supply Lockers are adjustable from 3-18 compartments, depending upon your medical equipment and supplies sizes.
When it comes to the medical field, being able to easily and quickly access medical supplies and narcotics is a must. That is where SafeMeds comes into play. SafeMeds is a high-security ambulance EMS dispensing lockbox system that is capable of mounting in an ambulance or other areas where drugs need to be tracked or distributed.
The Combo Machine is ideal for locations with space constraints. It combines the benefits of a Supply Dispenser and Supply Locker into one machine with a small footprint. It allows authorized staff members to access a variety of emergency medical supplies and narcotics, while station managers are able to easily keep track of on-hand inventory.
Public, high-touch surfaces such as doorknobs, handrails and buttons on a supply dispenser or supply locker can be breeding grounds for bacteria and viruses. Patent-pending UVend Technology makes these surfaces safer by quickly killing or inactivating some of the most common viruses and bacteria, including influenza and the COVID-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2).