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Products and Services Acuity gets updated

for ICD-10 and 5010 Acuity Advanced Care version 6.0 is aimed at helping clients comply with the ICD-10 regulatory changes and the HIPAA 5010 transaction standards mandated by HHS. With this solution, customers will be able to use both ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes, and the user’s choice can be determined by each organization. The version is being released well ahead of the Oct. 1, 2013, deadline for implementing ICD-10 to allow ample time to schedule and test the upgrade with all other integrated systems. TCS Healthcare Technologies www.rsleads.com/112ht-180

iPad DICOM image viewer app AbbaDox Rad, available

on iTunes, lets radiologists share diagnostic images with their referring physicians. This app is supported on the back end by a sophisti- cated architecture and the AbbaDox portal, allowing it to quickly stream images

from a diagnostic imaging source to the iPad interface. In addition, AbbaDox Rad features standard PACS tools, such as window leveling, zoom, pan and annotations, and retains no confi dential patient information on the device itself. The app is free and includes sample images for demonstration purposes. Integrated Document Solutions (IDS) www.rsleads.com/112ht-182

Interactive wireless kiosks Patients can check their own vitals and have the results in- stantly transmitted to their doctors via wireless machine- to-machine (M2M) technology using the IDEAL LIFE kiosk. The remote stations can mea- sure blood pressure, weight, blood glucose levels or any other biometric reading and transmit medical data securely

using Sprint’s wireless network. The units are designed for high-volume traffi c and can be installed in settings such as community centers, libraries, schools, employer facilities, living centers, gyms, health clinics and physician offi ces. The IDEAL LIFE system is FDA cleared and HIPAA compliant. Sprint, IDEAL LIFE www.rsleads.com/112ht-184

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Track key metrics on Honeywell devices Customers using Honeywell mobile devices equipped with

Remote MasterMind for Mobility 2.5 software can now track key operational metrics, including battery life, bar code scans and keypad/touch-screen interactions. The software’s enhance- ments are in addition to its ability to manage, update and remotely diagnose Microsoft Windows operating system-based mobile devices within a network from one centralized location. Using this tool, IT professionals can determine the root cause of device performance issues, such as recurring scan errors or low battery power, and identify a solution. Honeywell www.rsleads.com/112ht-181

Locate assets to within one meter

Users can automatically detect which assets are near a particular hos- pital bed or patient in a semi-private room, for example, with Ekahau’s A4 Wi-Fi RTLS asset tracking tag. This precision technology uses exist- ing enterprise Wi-Fi networks and infrared micro-zone technology. The accuracy is achieved by detecting both standard Wi-Fi network signals and signals emitted by the maker’s

low-cost, battery-powered infrared location beacons. The beacons can be placed in areas where micro-zone accuracy is required or areas where Wi-Fi coverage is not adequate. Ekahau

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