OnTraq Compliance & Readiness
HealthFirst’s application reduces the risks, headaches, and costs of managing emergency preparedness and regulatory compliance.
Emergency Medical Kits
STAT KIT® emergency medical kits with automatic replenishment service for a variety of ambulatory medical settings, including physician practices, surgery centers, commercial enterprise and aviation. OnTraq monitors and automatically replaces expiring medications, so your STAT KIT® is always ready for a medical emergency.
Crash Cart Medication Auto-Replenishment
Get help with the time-consuming, labor-intensive process of maintaining your medical emergency crash cart drugs with OnTraq automated crash cart medication replenishment. OnTraq inventories your crash cart contents and automatically replenishes them before they expire.
Unit Dose Emergency Medication
Buy crash cart and other emergency medications from HealthFirst in low units of measure rather than in bulk. As a licensed wholesaler, HealthFirst offers crash cart emergency medication and emergency medical kit replenishment medications in single units to minimize wasted product.
Emergency Medication Management Program
Preparation, the right equipment, and the right medications save lives. HealthFirst helps medical facilities be ready through our Emergency Medication Management program.
Account and Compliance Management With OnTraq
OnTraq online compliance and account management tool automatically updates you on drug expiration dates, lot numbers, national backorder status, and upcoming medication shipment status. OnTraq is an included service when enrolled in the Emergency Medication Management program.
About HealthFirst Medical
HealthFirst has partnered with the ACLS Certification Institute to offer a 50% discount to members on core medical emergency life support training. Founded in 2010, the institute is the largest online provider of emergency life support certification and recertification training.
Administering proper care at the onset of medical emergencies is vitally important and could be life-saving, says Dr. Pancioli of the University of Cincinnati Medical Department. Pancioli is a HealthFirst Medical Advisory Board Member.
Medical emergencies can and do happen at physicians’ offices. Though you can’t prepare for every emergency, here are five common emergencies you can be ready to address.
1.2 millionEmergency Medication/Devices
Helping Clinicians Manage
Medical Emergencies in 2018