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TSC Adds New TDP-324W Wristband and TDP-324 Label Desktop Printers

Posted June 6, 2014

2014-06-06_0917TSC has added two new high-resolution printers, the TDP-324W wristband printer and the TDP-324 desktop printer, to its growing line of direct-thermal desktop products.

TDP-324W Wristband Printer

The two-inch-format TDP-324W is engineered to print high-definition wristbands used for patient identification, entertainment ticketing and various government applications, including restricted-area access and visitor identification.

Standard features include a 300-dpi printhead, a large 6.5-inch-diameter media cabinet, and an easy-to-read LCD that displays printer status. The TDP-324W can be operated either as a standalone desktop or wall-mounted printer and supports USB 2.0 and Ethernet communications. It also features a USB-host port for connecting keyboards or scanners.

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Zebra’s New QLn Healthcare Series Portable Printers

Posted May 16, 2014

Zebra QLn320 Healthcare Portable PrinterZebra has announced updates to its comprehensive healthcare portfolio, including its mobile specimen collection solution. The addition of the QLn Healthcare Solutions Series will expand the capabilities of the QLn220 and QLn320 mobile printers that ensure patient safety and lower the risk of mislabeling specimen samples. The QLn220 Healthcare and QLn320 Healthcare meet the specimen labeling standards of both the National Patient Safety Goals (NPSG) and the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institutes (CLSI).

Misidentification of specimen samples leads to tens of thousands of adverse events annually throughout the healthcare system. To battle this alarming trend, Zebra developed the QLn Healthcare printer to enable clinicians to label samples at the patient’s bedside, reducing the chance of error. The QLn solution also utilizes colored labels to provide assurance that labels are easily identified and managed quickly and properly. The QLn devices meet comprehensive disinfectant standards and provide an enhanced user experience and connectivity capabilities that are needed in today’s healthcare industry.

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ASAP Systems Announces Healthcare Industry Expansion with Passport Inventory System to Track Medical Inventory and Assets

Posted March 20, 2014

ASAP Passport Assets Asset Tracking SoftwareA high volume of organizations within the healthcare industry relies on ASAP Systems’ inventory and asset tracking system, Passport, to quickly and easily track inventory to save time and money and improve stock management performance. Healthcare organizations such as hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, medical enterprises and clinics gain immediate efficiency using Passport for top-notch inventory control of medical equipment, consumable medical supplies, and material and document management coordination.

With Passport, managing healthcare supplies becomes an automated process to save time, reduce shrinkage and allocate resources in the most proficient way. Medication and supplies are easily and accurately tracked in Passport using batch-lot numbers with expiration dates; thus, improving performance in batch-lot inventory management. In addition, healthcare organizations are able to track other inventories such as standard, serialized and serialized with quantity to reduce unexpected shortages and reduce time to receive and consume inventory.

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Honeywell Introduces New SL2h and SL42h Healthcare Mobile Devices at HIMSS14

Posted March 4, 2014

Honeywell announced the expansion of its successful Captuvo line of encasements for Apple devices at the HIMSS14 Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando. The Captuvo SL22h and SL42h, designed for healthcare environments, equip iPod touch (5TH generation) and iPhone (5, 5c and 5s) devices with the power of barcode data collection to increase productivity and support healthcare “Converged Device” strategies.

The SL22h and SL42h sleds are lightweight and have a compact design that reduces user fatigue by offering single-handed functionality for clinical staff performing a variety of tasks, including medication administration, specimen collection and remote patient monitoring. Its purpose-built protective housing is designed to withstand multiple 4-foot drops, offers critical screen protection and provides a reliable solution for data collection in rigorous healthcare settings. And a disinfectant-ready housing allows healthcare professionals to regularly clean the device minimizing the risk of spreading infectious diseases.

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Brother and PDC Healthcare to Launch New TD-2130NHC Patient ID Printing Solution

Posted February 25, 2014

Brother TD-2130N Complete powered network desktop thermal printerBrother, in partnership with PDC Healthcare, will be showcasing its new TrustSense Patient ID Printing Solution at the HIMSS 2014 Intelligent Hospital Pavilion from Feb. 24 to 27 in Orlando, FL. The TrustSense healthcare thermal printer TD-2130NHC provides on-demand wristband and label printing in virtually any area of the hospital.

The HIMSS Intelligent Hospital Pavilion is an educational simulated hospital that demonstrates advanced and integrated solutions in the patient care environment. The technologies displayed address many of the issues that can potentially impact patient care and safety.

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Motorola and Voalte Offer Android-Based Mobile Communication to Hospital Caregivers

Posted February 18, 2014

Voalte, the leader in healthcare communication technology, today announced a strategic relationship with Motorola to support the Android version of Voalte One, the company’s mobile communication platform for hospital caregivers.

Voalte will offer customers the Motorola MC40-HC, the first multi-purpose mobile computer for healthcare. The device improves care coordination while incorporating inventory management capabilities in a touch-based, consumer-like device running on the Android operating system. Voalte chose Motorola’s MC40-HC healthcare-grade mobile computer for its stability, enterprise durability and built-in barcode scanner. The device provides a sustainable platform for the healthcare environment, including robust Wi-Fi connections that keep staff connected, security features that help meet patient privacy requirements, and remote management of devices and applications. The MC40-HC will support the Voalte One application, which combines voice calls, alarm and alert integration, and secure text messaging.

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CipherLab’s New 1504SE Economical 2D Imager

Posted January 22, 2014

Photo of CipherLab 1504SECipherLab has launched their new line of 1500SE 2D imager barcode scanners. Based on the original snappy performance and ergonomic design of the existing 1504 2D scanner, the new cost effective 1504SE (MSRP $350.00) aims to meet the growing needs of 2D barcode applications in pharmaceutical, hospital and retail settings. Like all the scanners in the 1500 series, this new 2D handheld scanner comes corded only and offers powerful reliability with efficiency for a wide range of applications.

The new 1500SE 2D imager barcode scanner combine versatility with efficiency and are able to read high-density 1D barcodes and also 2D barcodes. It also has the option of autosense scanning, which adds extra convenience and comfort for workers handling intensive scanning tasks.

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Sinai Hospital Utilizes the Datalogic Gryphon at Patient Point of Care

Posted June 11, 2013

Overview
Like no other industry, Healthcare has experienced an explosion in technology that affects and improves both the doctor’s ability to provide care, and the patient’s knowledge and response to treatment. Technology that was once science fiction is now common place with tools like: external vision systems that present three dimensional images of inside the body; micro surgery that minimizes invasiveness and speeds recovery; micro transducers that provide real time diagnostics from within the body. The list of advancements grows daily. While these advances lead healthcare diagnostic technology, more fundamental systems such as patient records management and prescription administration have lagged far behind.

The Federal Government enacted legislation aimed at increasing the efficiency of the healthcare system by requiring the implementation of Electronic Health Records (EHR). A leading regional healthcare organization in Baltimore, LifeBridge Health, has implemented Electronic Health Records systems and taken the added step to implement bar code technology at the patient point of care. LifeBridge Health consists of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, Courtland Gardens Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and their subsidiaries and affiliated units. LifeBridge Health is one of the largest, most comprehensive, and most highly respected providers of healthcare in the Baltimore region.

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Top Motorola Scanners – Infographic

Posted May 6, 2013

Motorola is a leading manufacturer of scanners, mobile computers, RFID readers, and wireless infrastructure in the Auto-ID industry. It would be hard to imagine what the world of barcoding would be like without the range of products and development Motorola has provided.

With a wide selection of products it can be a challenge to sort out the differences between them all. This infographic is a great overview of the Motorola handheld scanner line and covers general use, healthcare, and industrial application models. For additional assistance finding the right Motorola scanner for your application, contact us at BarcodesInc,

Top Motorola Scanners


The Quickscan I Scanner Streamlines the Blood Donation Process in Russia

Posted April 25, 2013

Datalogic QuickScan I QD2100 Barcode ScannerThe National Blood Service in Russia assures the supply of high quality blood to medical institutions. This public entity coordinates blood centers all over Russia, making sure the blood donation process, including transportation and storage, is performed correctly. In addition, it assures the proper use of blood components and preparations.

The Challenge
One important part of the blood donation process is collecting data about the donor. The medical assistant must enter pertinent information about the donor and the quantity and quality of the blood collected in an electronic database. In the past, each region of Russia handled its territory’s database separately from the others. However, to assure quality control throughout the country, the National Blood Service determined that these records should be available to all regions. An automated system needed to be created in order to allow the entire work cycle to be kept under control.

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