HIMSS 2015

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  • Increase Patient Safety
  • Improve Operational Efficiency
  • Increase IT Optimization
  • Improve Staff Productivity

At HIMSS 2015 we will be showing our comprehensive solution sets that are designed specifically for the needs of healthcare providers.  We will be demonstrating these solutions in both our booth and the Intelligent Hospital.  

HIMSS 2015 REGISTRATION INFORMATION

April 12-15, 2015
McCormick Center
Chicago, IL
Zebra Booth #2619, South Hall

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MOBILE SPECIMEN COLLECTION

Misidentified samples create a serious risk to patient safety, leading to misdiagnosis, incorrect treatment and wrong site surgery. Significantly reduce the amount of adverse events due to sample identification errors such as switching, mislabeling, or incorrect display of test specimens.

More and more phlebotomists are utilising Zebra’s comprehensive Mobile Specimen Collection solution to address risks associated with misidentification of samples

THE SET INCLUDES

  • Point of care mobile computers and printers
  • Print management software
  • Robust set of labelling supplies
  • ZebraCare, keeping your barcode printers and card printers zebra devices in optimum working condition

FEATURED SOLUTION AT ZEBRA'S BOOTH

MC40HC

 

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Your healthcare staff wants the latest in mobile technology, and a device that is as fun and easy to use as their own smartphone. Your healthcare organisation requires an enterprise-class feature set, from data capture and security to manageability and dependably robust wireless connections. Get it all with the MC40-HC.

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Take the lightweight, durable QLn220HC or QLn320HC mobile printer from patient room to patient room without concern of bringing pathogens along. With its disinfectant ready plastics and its wireless capabilities, you can bring the specimen labelling to the point of care reducing the misidentification of patient samples.

PHARMACY MANAGEMENT AND MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION

To enable the five rights of patient medication administration, Zebra’s solutions help your pharmacy add variable data to every drug at the unit-dose level. These bar code labels are scanned to immediately verify and record medication dispensing, as well as check the NDC number against the prescription order to ensure the correct medication in the correct dosage is administered to the correct patient. Then at the patient bedside, we further reinforce the five rights by bringing positive medication ID to the point of care.

FEATURED SOLUTIONS

GK420HC

 

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Designed specifically for healthcare applications, the GK420 Healthcare desktop printers are constructed using disinfectant-ready plastics to help clinicians safeguard patient health. Featuring a medical- grade power supply that meets IEC 60601-1 standards, the printer further protects patient and staff safety by reducing the risk of electrical shock.

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Bar code scanning at patient bedside is crucial in preventing deadly errors in medication administration and specimen collection. Now, you can put wireless enterprise-class bar code capture in the hands of every nurse and lab technician with the disinfectant-ready CS4070-HC. Small enough to be carried at all times, it can be tucked in a pocket or worn on a lanyard. 

RESOURCE CENTRE

CLARITY AT THE POINT OF CARE

Do you see patient safety in black and white? Take our 1-minute assessment and immediately learn about any gray areas your facility may have in its patient ID process and how you can make improvements to achieve a true black and white EHR implementation.

LASERBAND SOLUTIONS GUIDE

Learn more about laser printed patient identification wristband solutions.

VISIBILITY IN HEALTH CARE

SEE ZEBRA IN THE INTELLIGENT HOSPITAL

See Zebra offerings in action in the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion. We are showing 8 use cases that show how the visibility Zebra provides into your healthcare operations, improves patient safety and increases overall efficiency. Where are we located? Everywhere including admissions, the patient room, the lab, pharmacy, ICU and even the OR.