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Lost and Found

Record and Track Items to be Returned, Donated, or Destroyed

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Lost and Found

Track Found Items Through Return, Donation, or Destruction

Record and track physical items found and taken into custody for lost and found. Attach photographs of items for rapid identification without entering the storage facility. Generate item labels and track the storage location of items. Print receipts and accept electronic signatures for items returned for paperless operation. Track lost and found items from custody to donation or destruction. Manage various donation recipients and generate reports detailing donations for accounting purposes.

  • Simplified Process

    • Demonstrable Chain of Custody
    • Quickly Locate Items
    • Avoid Costly Mistakes
    • Donate and Destroy on Schedule
  • Structure and Control

    • Enforce State and Federal Guidelines
    • Review, Reject, and Approve Reports
    • Configurable Notifications and Alerts
    • Complete Audit Trail of All Activity
  • Analytics and Reporting

    • Create Charts and Graphs
    • Schedule and Customize Reports
    • Analyze Data for Trends
    • Measure and Demonstrate Effectiveness

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“ Kearney Regional Medical Center approached CIP Reporting to build an incident reporting system that our entire organization would be using. We went with CIP Reporting over the competitors because of the outstanding customer service we received in the bidding stage. ”

Alaina Friest, Quality Improvement/Risk Management Coordinator

Kearney Regional Medical Center

“ With multiple sites across the state of Oklahoma, the Surveillance Department was in need of a better way of compiling and saving reports to be consistent across the brand. The staff at CIP Reporting was supportive in demonstrating how we could customize their product to fit our department needs and always available to answer questions during development and installation of the product. ”

David Jordan - Surveillance Training Officer

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