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Benefits for Customers


Currently, health institutions acknowledge that medical supplies are responsible for their second largest cost, while payroll is the first. Such expenses greatly impact hospitals' finances, and therefore control of purchases, storage, use and tracking should be constant activities, but that is not always the case. Losses are, on average, 30% in inventories, 20% in obsolescence rates and up to 15% in each institution's financial margin.

This is not the only aggravating factor, although it is truly relevant, however the risks posed to patients' health safety by inadequate supplies are a matter of concern. Studies show that an average 33% of mistakes occur in medication during hospitalization, over 1,000 medications are recalled every year in our country, which makes controlling batches, expirations dates and the list of patients that used certain medications, supplies and/or products more difficult.

In this scenario, it must be said that all investment in hospital logistics should be a priority in Health Management, and it should ensure compliance with rules and resolutions issued by the sanitary agencies.


Conversion of fixed costs into variable costs

Reduction of investment in fixed assets

Increased operational agility and flexibility

Focus on

core business

Reduction in

physical structure


Accurate and updated real-time inventory control

Elimination of training for new employees, quality and time factor


Product insurance


Control over processes and traceability


Streamlined control and transparency in billing



OPME Log's quality policy is to offer customized support to ensure customer satisfaction, through efficient distribution of the products ordered by hospitals, with a focus on patient health: Commitment to all "Medical products distribution and storage best practices" requirements - RDC 16/2013. Confidentiality and separated operations. ANVISA licenses ensure that the company follows all current regulations and has the conditions to store products safely. Special warehouse regime. Traceability of products. Adequate storage and transport infrastructure. Standard service procedures.

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