About the product

The subsystem organises the medication flow chain: from creating the need, organising the tender procedure for procurement, awarding the contract for supplying the medication to the region, to dispensing it to the individual.


Provides personalized accounting, monitoring of the movement of medicines and the organization of the process of providing citizens with preferential medicines.

Attending physicians see the availability of the medicine at a particular pharmacy and can reserve it for their patient. The specialists in the warehouse move the medicine to the pharmacy where the demand is greatest.

The system allows you to receive operational statistical reporting, as well as to plan drug residues. 

For convenience, the subsystem is divided into four thematic blocks:

Application campaign: collection of data on the need for medicines, medical products and special food, disinfectants, including for the treatment of privileged categories of the population.

Registers of preferential categories of citizens: registration of citizens entitled to provision of preferential medicines under preferential medication supply programs. 

Prescriptions: to view and record information about the dispensing of medicines according to the prescribed prescription forms.

Pharmaceutical provision in a medical organization: for personalized write-off of medicines to a patient, monitoring the movement of medicines and warehouse accounting.


  •  The universal integration protocol (API), which greatly extends its application, including integration with third-party MIS;
  • Cross-cutting accounting in all processes;
  • Integration with the monitoring movement of medicinal products is implemented using the product 1C: Hospital Pharmacy, which allows in the future to expand integration processes into non-medical spheres of life of a medical organization;
  • Saving time when getting a prescription;
  • Accuracy of information on which pharmacy the medicine is available;
  • Prompt access to information on the availability of medicinal products in the warehouses of a medical organization;
  • A complete record of discount prescriptions that have been given to patients;
  • Control over the movement and intended use of medicines;
  • Maintaining contracts for the supply of medicines.