Healthcare Industry Solutions
Approximately $19 billion for Healthcare IT has been allocated by
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009.
- The main
goal of this initiative is to persuade the healthcare industry to implement
IT projects that prevent medical mistakes, provide better patient care,
promote preventative care, evaluate the most cost-efficient healthcare
treatments and drive-down cost.
- Part of preventing medical mistakes
involves implementing barcode technology and systems for patient tracking
and medication administration.
- The healthcare industry had their first
barcode mandate in 1983 with developing their Health Industry Bar Code
(HIBC) Standard, tracking suppliers of products and using it for their
- In 1984, HIBCC was formed to create LIC's, or Labeler Identification Codes,
to monitor individual manufacturers and maintain a database of the HIBCC
UPN (Universal Product Number) Repository.
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Cherry Corporation Washable J84-2800 Series Keyboard
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ensures that infection control procedures can be carried out
without interference to patient care and without costly hardware
downtime with fast and effortless sanitation.
Zebra HC100 Patient I.D. Solution
Prices from $639
Developed specifically to meet the unique needs of healthcare
providers, Zebra's reliable HC100 Patient I.D. Solution makes
wristband printing easier and more cost-effective than laser
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Zebra DS6878 Bluetooth 2D HealthCare Barcode Scanner
Prices from $779
Interfaces: Bluetooth, USB
The DS6878-HC is designed specifically to help protect patients and
caregivers against dangerous and deadly illnesses. IP43 sealing and specially
selected plastics that utilize proprietary molding technologies create a
hygienic design that allows safe wipe-downs and sanitizing.
Healthcare Imager Series
Prices from $355
Interfaces: USB, Bluetooth
The Disinfectant Ready Xenon USB 1900
features a custom sensor that is optimized for linear and 2D barcode scanning
and digital image capture. It combines Adaptus Imaging Technology 5.5
and Omniplanar’s SwiftDecoder™ software along with a custom sensor,
enabling extended depth of field, faster reading, and improved scanning
performance on poor quality barcodes.