Barcode Medication Administration (BCMA)
Improve Patient Safety With Accurate Medication Administration
Medication administration can be time consuming and also present opportunities for error. With Zebra mobile computer and barcode scanning solutions, nurses can scan the patient's wristband and their medication to confirm a match, ensuring the right patient receives the right medication at the right time.
Lessen the possibility of human error by making sure staff can access the most current data about patients and their medications.
Zebra's mobile devices move you from manual processes to electronic barcode medication administration. Save time and costs by eliminating the need for additional paperwork.
Caregivers can scan the barcode on their ID badges, creating an automatic audit trail that increases accountability.
Solving the Mix of 2D and 1D Barcodes
Because 1D scanners cannot scan 2D barcodes, understand what equipment, software tools and media are needed to meet both current and future dual-system labeling requirements.
Barcode Medication Administration Best Practices
Implementing an effective barcode medication administration program can help reduce medication errors by up to 80%. Discover what best practices help make barcode medication administration a success.
Helping Improve Patient Care and Staff Efficiency
See how Zebra's pocket sized touch computer helped Seoul National University Bundang Hospital effectively implement a Closed Loop Medication Administration system.
Build Your Barcode Medication Administration Solution
Double check patient identity, dosage and time of last administration with a barcode medication administration solution built on unique hardware components designed specifically for the demands of the healthcare industry.
Software and Applications
Communicating across multiple devices leads to confusion. Zebra software allows healthcare professionals to do everything they need with one device, keeping co-workers in touch and on the same page.
Zebra services help you through each phase of your technology's lifecycle, so you can plan your communications solution to fit your organization's current and future needs.