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Last Post 01/29/2018 9:51 AM by  Kat V
SET UP OF REPROCESSED ITEMS
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Patty B
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01/26/2018 9:21 AM
    Any hospital ordering reprocessed goods? We will soon begin recycling via Hygia, some commonly used items i.e. BP CUFFS ; CHAIR PADs for buy back from our distributor. These items are in our inventory locations and also housed in Pxyis. The fill rate of the reprocessed goods will be 65%,and the 35% remainder new product will be shipped. We are dealing with two different vendor item numbers for the same item ( one reprocessed the other new ). Would you use one Lawson number and sub when the reprocessed runs out set up two Lawson number? We are searching for a smooth process with the least amount of impact. Any advise? Thank you!
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    01/29/2018 7:07 AM
    We use two separate item numbers. The reprocessed item has an R at the end.
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    01/29/2018 9:39 AM
    We've just started reprocessing. We use two separate item numbers. Reprocessed item has an R at the beginning, then the rest is the same as the OEM Lawson number. So 123456 for OEM, R123456 for Reprocessed, for example. We are on average costing, so to just use 1 number was not ideal for us.
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    01/29/2018 9:51 AM
    Our distributor must tell us when they are switching out.  My steps are attached.
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