MedEx is a suite of products designed to prepare, track, secure, distribute and confirm medication deliveries.

Track it.
Measure it.
Prove it.

MedEx is now provided by Inmar.

 Pharmacy Challenges Today

Hospital pharmacy departments are under significant operational pressure due to a variety of legacy processes, insufficient technology and compliance mandates.


MedEx Problem Statement

Missing Doses Are Due to Insufficient Tracking Technology

Unfortunately, existing systems are unable to track, secure, and trace the distribution of medications from the pharmacy.  This leads to wasted materials, wasted labor, dangerous distractions, and compliance lapses.

Challenges With Medication Tracking



 MedEx is the most comprehensive pharmacy logistics management solution on the market.  It improves compliance, efficiency and safety of medications prepared and delivered from the pharmacy.  MedEx addresses the issues related to late, missing or divergent meditation deliveries.



MedEx is a modular suite of products consisting of software and connected hardware components to control, secure and track the preparation and distribution of medications.

  • Improves patient safety by eliminating interruptions and distractions

  • Eliminates time consuming missing medication requests

  • Ensures medication chain-of-custody compliance and secures delivery

  • Provides powerful tools to implement and manage LEAN workflow processes

  • Provides visibility to medications stored in intermediate locations such as med rooms

  • Greatly enhances communication and workflow with nursing




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White Papers & Articles

Cost Savings Whitepaper

MedEx White Paper

Download the whitepaper quantifying the benefits of real-time medication tracking.  This white paper is published using the results of an independent 3rd party study by Shack & Tulloch based on the results at Mercy St. John’s Hospital in St. Louis.

Wall Street Journal Article

The impacts of missing or divergent mediation deliveries are discussed in this Wall Street Journal article.

Published Literature Review

This published article discusses the correlation between missing medications requests and reductions in patient safety due to increased interruptions and distractions in the pharmacy and nursing.  Published in Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare November 2013.