Datamax-O'Neil, Motorola and ScanSource Europe jointly sponsored the 'Lucky John' Healthcare Solutions event in Solihull, UK. The event was designed to inform resellers of new solutions for the healthcare sector, and focused on patient traceability, specimen tracking, equipment and materials management, and patient record tracking.
A number of resellers attended the Lucky John Healthcare Solutions event, where keynote speaker Neil Lawrence, AIDC Lead, department of Health, of the United Kingdom's National Health Service advised how to make solutions more effective to NHS trusts, emerging applications, and the resulting benefits and Return on Investment for the NHS. Datamax-O'Neil and Motorola presented how printers, mobile computers and scanners can be utilised together to address the needs of applications within the NHS.
"There is a tremendous interest in utilising autoID technology within the healthcare industry to reduce errors, increase efficiency, reduce expenditure and improve the patient experience," said Emma Hibbard, Sales Manager UK/Ireland at ScanSource. "ScanSource stocks and supports Datamax-O'Neil and Motorola devices which can be used by resellers to develop and implement the most effective solutions that meet the stringent requirements demanded by health organizations around the world."
Datamax-O'Neil is a provider of thermal printers and thermal print media to the healthcare industry. Datamax-O'Neil printers are used in a variety of applications in hundreds of hospitals worldwide. With printer and media solutions for hospital pharmacy, laboratory, patient identification, and medical records management, customers rely on Datamax-O'Neil to assist them with all of their auto-identification requirements. Datamax O'Neil has more than 25 years of experience in supply chain management and is trusted by many of the healthcare industry's leading information technology system providers as the printer of choice for pharmacy systems, laboratory information systems, and patient identification wristbands.