CONTENTS August 2012 Vol. 33, No. 8
Cheryl D. Parker shares best practices for integrating mobile technology into existing hospital workflows.
Kenneth Suter explains how barcoding solutions increased accuracy for
a medical equipment and oxygen respiratory supplier.
Boost in efficiency gained by
real-time capacity management provides better patient care, says John Poshywak.
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ON THE COVER 6
COLUMNS 2 24
Viewpoint by Phil Colpas
Thought Leaders: Security by Mac McMillan
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WORKFLOW MANAGEMENT 18
Four steps to successful mobile implementation Best practices for integrating mobile technology into existing hospital workflows.
A look inside the Vault Oregon tech partnership delivers best-in-class healthcare data security.
BARCODING/RFID/RTLS/ASSET TRACKING A breath of fresh air
Mobile solutions increase accuracy for medical equipment and oxygen respiratory supplier.
Positive patient identification begins at step one Affordable, high-resolution, dedicated ID card image scanners allow medical practices to start positive patient identification at the point of registration.
Palm scanners enhance patient safety Iowa’s Broadlawns Medical Center integrated the biometric system with its registration process.
Is RTLS a tipping-point technology? Boost in efficiency gained by real-time capacity management provides significant ROI, better patient care.
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