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Valuation

After the warehouse has completed a receipt, the workflow passes the GIK PO to Receipt Valuation. The Receipt Valuation function allows the user to review all default value, source, regulatory and other information that came into the gift. The user can adjust any values using a variety of methods like unit value Wholesale Average Cost (WAC) as well as update source information. For new products not received before, the user can input the values, note sources (like Redbook), valuation notes, and attach backup documents as needed.

Receipt valuation also allows the user to verify regulatory information such as DSCSA compliance, exemptions and notes. HELM stores all valuations tied to a specific gift, UOM item, lot, license plate level, so all valuation information is maintained from receipt to last mile distribution, with no averaging or crossover.

GIK Receiving

When the donation arrives from the donor, it falls into one of two categories: expected or unexpected. If there was an offer process and acceptance in advance, and/or an electronic advance ship notice (ASN) for the donation, the donation is expected, and the warehouse can begin receipt of goods immediately. For unexpected receipts, the warehouse will open a GIK Purchase Order to identify the donor and date of receipt before starting the receiving process.

Once receiving begins, HELM provides a number of features to help the warehouse personnel identify and quickly receipt product. For example, HELM stores the FDA drug database and your common donor product and barcode reference data in a potential item master file. This way, even if you have never received a given product before, it is likely that the warehouse worked will just need to scan the barcode on the product and HELM will automatically setup the Item Master record, and populate the GIK PO with the item information.

For pharmaceutical products, HELM supports regulatory requirements like DSCSA by validating the receipt against the donor’s ASN data and product Transaction Information (TI). Receipt reconciliation reports and processes are also included to streamline this process. As product is being received, it is automatically places in a hold/quarantine status until the material receipt has been completely received and marked ready for valuation and assignment. The receiving process also adds a variety of defaults for the donor (like restrictions and blocks) as well as adding any default valuation or assignment information.

Gift Restrictions and Blocks

After the warehouse has completed a receipt, the workflow passes the GIK PO to Receipt Valuation. The Receipt Valuation function allows the user to review all default value, source, regulatory and other information that came into the gift. The user can adjust any values using a variety of methods like unit value Wholesale Average Cost (WAC) as well as update source information. For new products not received before, the user can input the values, note sources (like Redbook), valuation notes, and attach backup documents as needed.

Receipt valuation also allows the user to verify regulatory information such as DSCSA compliance, exemptions and notes. HELM stores all valuations tied to a specific gift, UOM item, lot, license plate level, so all valuation information is maintained from receipt to last mile distribution, with no averaging or crossover.

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