Imagers for Healthcare



Automate key tasks and allow staff to focus on patient care

In healthcare, there’s no room for error. Barcode imagers can significantly facilitate a caregiver’s interaction with their patients. These applications, though routine in nature to the caregiver, help prevent medical errors, improve patient safety and increase productivity. Therefore, more focus can be placed on the needs of the patient, because imaging technology automates many of the caregiver’s administrative requirements. The following applications can benefit from the use of an imager: 
 

Positive Patient ID

A 2D barcode is printed on a patients’ wristband and is scanned prior to any clinical interaction.

Medication Administration

Clinician scans the barcode on the wristband and then the medication, prior to administering to the patient.

Specimen Collection

Clinician scans wristband and vial or specimen collection container. 

Dietary Tracking

Clinician or hospital worker scans wristband and menu.

Prescription Imaging

Scan an image of the paper prescription for digital document storage.

Age Verification

Scan driver’s license of person picking up narcotics to to ensure he or she is 18 years of age or older. 

ARE YOU USING THESE BARCODES IN YOUR FACILITY?

From top: Data Matrix and PDF417
Note: Sample barcodes, not for scanning
 

Data Matrix, PDF417 and DPM codes are commonly used symbologies in healthcare. If you're only able to capture 1D barcodes, you're missing out on key benefits and information to help patients.



Top Imagers for Healthcare


CS4070-HC

Pocket-sized companion healthcare imager


DS4308-HC

Corded healthcare imager


DS6878-HC

Cordless healthcare imager



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