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Kronos mobile applications give employees and manag- ers an instant connec- tion to the Kronos Workforce Central suite. Workforce Mobile Manager al- lows managers to use their mobile devices to


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monitor operations and respond to employee requests. Workforce Mobile Employee en- ables employees to track their work in real time. Using Workforce Mobile Scheduler, managers can quickly and easily broadcast a text message to all employees qualifi ed to fi ll an open shift. Once an employee accepts the shift, a second message notifi es the group that the shift has been fi lled. Kronos www.rsleads.com/105ht-175


Improve nursing workfl ow


using iPod Touch PatientTouch is a patient care system designed exclusively for the Apple iPod Touch. The application maps directly to clinical workfl ows and hospital best practices, policies and procedures, providing informa- tion on medication administration and nursing interventions. The system includes a custom jacket outfi tted with a barcode scanner and


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at Yale-New Haven Hospital, ReadyDock:UV provides chemical-free disinfection via germicidal light for the Motion C5v Mobile Clini- cal Assistant (MCA) from Motion Computing. This


unit provides general-purpose disinfection for 99 percent of the C5v’s surface area. ReadyDock:UV disinfects in just 105 sec- onds with a maximum use cycle of 20,000 disinfections per tablet. This company also offers innovative multi-stack charging and security solutions. Advanced Technical Support (ATS) www.rsleads.com/105ht-179


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The STYLISTIC Q550 Slate PC combines the convenience and accuracy of both touch and pen computing without compromising on security or battery life. Featuring a bright, 10.1-inch-wide viewing angle display, Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, embedded IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless capability and removable quick-swap battery for all-day computing, this unit incorporates a suite of security features including fi ngerprint sensor, integrated smartcard reader slot, full disk encryption and optional embedded trusted platform module (TPM). Connectivity op- tions include WLAN, Bluetooth and optional mobile broadband 3G. Fujitsu America www.rsleads.com/105ht-176


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smartphones and more mVisum Alert transmits critical, real-time patient information and alarms from the existing patient monitoring network to a nurse’s mo- bile device such as a smartphone or IP phone. The system operates through the facility’s Wi-Fi network and fea- tures a comprehensive administrative interface that allows customization of alarm escalation rules, alarm tones and a wide variety of system parameters. mVisum www.rsleads.com/105ht-178


Communicate in virtually any language


Honored with a Gold award at the Edison Best New Product Awards in April 2011, Phrazer is an interactive, multilingual communication system. The er- gonomic handheld features a touch-screen in- terface that identifi es what language a patient speaks and then collects his/her information, medical history, symptoms and complaints – all performed using interactive, prerecorded videos of a culturally familiar doctor speak- ing the patient’s preferred language. The patient-entered information is summarized into the caregiver’s language and can be ac- cessed on the device or through the facility’s EHR system. One unit holds more than 100 languages. GeaCom www.rsleads.com/105ht-180


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