Improving the quality of patient care and safety and decreasing operational costs are the key issues facing healthcare Professionals today. Increasingly, Hospital and Hospital Pharmacies are investing in Barcode Technology to improve efficiency in key areas of data entry.
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Sep 09, 2005 Comments (0)
NEW PRODUCTS MAKE CREATING LABELS, NAME TAGS, BAR CODES & BADGES QUICK, EFFICIENT AND COST-EFFECTIVE. Feature Stylish, Sleek Design and Add Support for Mac Users.
WAKEFIELD HEALTH INFORMATICS SERVICES CHOOSE CA TO REDUCE COMPLEXITY AND DRIVE DOWN COSTS OF DATA STORAGE
Aug 26, 2005 Comments (0)
Working with public-sector licensing specialists Trustmarque Solutions, Wakefield HIS chose CAs Brightstor solutions for the ability to meet all storage requirements. Capacity-based pricing also allowed them to recognise their total storage costs over the three-year period of the Agreement. Additional servers may be added at any time without additional cost.
Jun 09, 2005 Comments (0)
MCL Technologies, a recognised leader in high-productivity software development tools for mobile workforce applications, and Vocollect, the global leader in voice-directed work, today announced the release of MCL-Collection with Vocollect Voice.
Jun 06, 2005 Comments (0)
New developments in labelling technology are transforming the healthcare industry, says Zebra Technologies
Aug 10, 2004 Comments (0)
Redstone Communications has successfully completed the two-year design and implementation of a major integrated IP network solution, which is streamlining systems and providing faster access to care at Kings College Hospital NHS Trust in London.
Apr 21, 2004 Comments (0)
Most of the controversy surrounding the deployment of RFID is centred on the technology's impact on personal privacy. However, according to a paper published this week by Wireless Healthcare, RFID also represents a threat to retailers deploying the technology in customer facing applications.