Currently, medie contains product information on approximately 1,000,000 distributed medical supplies in wide-ranging fields such as specific insurance medical materials, endoscope-related equipment, hygienic goods and non-woven fabric goods.
The MEDIE codes are permanent codes used for data management. Once MEDIE codes are issued, the same codes are never reused.
Example: T201354 (Commonly called T code)
By utilizing medie, the risk of redundancy in the hospital master database can be reduced and Medie eliminates the need for data maintenance such as checking by product when medical insurance is renewed, hence increasing efficiency.
* Except for items not a part of the medie database
MEDIE codes are provided to identify the medical supplies of your own hospital and can also be registered online via the WEBMEDIE® site. This allows you to perform data management, with the ability to uniquely and thoroughly identify products within the hospital. Therefore, data can be utilized in various applications in the hospital such as accepting and placing orders, inventory management and logistics management, etc.
Once data you intend to use is registered on the WEBMEDIE®, the applicable data can be downloaded repeatedly at a touch, meaning supply master data can be kept updated at all times. Moreover, if you have a product unregistered in medie, e.g. a special order product, we can conduct an investigation, register the product upon your request and then issue you a quick response.
* As an optional service, we can perform the registration procedure on the WEBMEDIE® for you.
* For special order products, we will register them based on the information obtained from the customer.
MEDIE classifications are made by related categories of medical treatment in accordance with clinical practice from a medical perspective. As hierarchical classifications of medical supplies based on diagnostic and treatment concepts, medie has been used by many medical organizations and related companies.
Consisting of three classifications in descending order of specificity, our database groups products by function or by a manufacturer via linking your product master database with the medie editor.
Medical supplies in the hospital represent a massive and very wideranging volume of material. Many are generally unfamiliar to staff increasing the difficulty of management. In addition, it is relatively common for medical supplies used for the same application to be bought from several different sources. As each product data has a MEDIE classification, staff can more efficiently manage supplies via statistical processing, which is a method combining actual data from your hospital and MEDIE classifications.
We provide editing and management services for medical supply databases - mainly disposable equipment - to our customers, namely, medical facilities and companies, assisting them in purchasing medical supplies and facilitating medical insurance claim processing.
Medie is user-friendly, even for first-timers, and immediately available on the day you introduce the system. Furthermore, some products can be imaged along with textual information.
* Information with images is only available for certain products.
Our database is updated twice daily. We continually collect information on both new and old products. The number of manufacturers included in the
database now exceeds 1,500. Once you log into WEBMEDIE®, you get the latest information.
* If you have Internet access, there is no further need to obtain any special hardware or software to use WEBMEDIE®.
Efficient retrieval is possible from various perspectives such as "product codes", "barcodes (JAN code)", "product names", "specific insurance medical materials (officially announced name)", "distributors/manufacturers" and "MEDIE classifications." In addition, provided the product is still marketed, the registered product is never eliminated from the database, even after notification that it is out of production, hence, medie is supported by many medical organizations and related companies as a database corresponding to users' operating conditions.