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This tablet can take it The 3.3-pound Motion F5v Tablet PC is now available with a dual-input display to support both capacitive two-fi nger touch and high-resolution digitizer pen for increased fl exibility and ease of use while gathering, accessing or transmitting data at the point of service. This tough and power- ful tablet, available with up to an Intel Core i7 vPro processor, comes standard with Gorilla Glass, which provides up to four times the strength in breakage resistance. Other standout features include 180-degree viewing angles, Hydis AFFS+ LED backlit display and View Anywhere technology for reduced reflectance and glare. Motion Computing

Telemedicine cart with all the bells and whistles The T38VPC is Rubbermaid Medical Solutions’ latest addition to its telemedicine cart line. This version includes

a PC-enabled platform, which allows providers to access other software and Web-based applications directly from the cart. The ergonomic unit also includes a plug-and-play I/O panel (used to connect medical devices, such as ultrasound machines or exam cameras), multi-touch screens and a shared whiteboard annotation function. These features, combined with built-in HIPAA-compliant security, allow providers and patients to seamlessly connect with one another for consultations and appointments. Rubbermaid Medical Solutions

Manage mobile devices through the cloud Companies struggling to identify, secure and track a host of mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops can simplify how they implement and incorporate every type of device used throughout their organization with Xerox’s cloud- based mobile device management (MDM) solution based on Boxtone technology. This comprehensive offering eliminates complicated technical implementation and oversight, as well as hardware and software costs. Setup, administration and IT staff training are included for iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry devices and applications. Xerox

Bridge the gaps in BCMA BarCode360 Safety Optimizer supports hospital barcode medication ad- ministration (BCMA) initiatives by making it easier and more time effi cient to ensure more medications are barcoded and packaged at the unit dose level, and scanned at the patient bedside. This solution includes a portal that integrates the ordering process for all scan-ready medications. Using current product identifi ers, BarCode360 synchronizes the hospital’s product master as nurses

scan medications and administer them to patients to ensure that dispensing machines are appropriately stocked based on real-time information. Cardinal Health

Deploy and secure Android-based devices and apps Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Motorola Mobility and BoxTone have collaborated to develop a comprehensive mobile solu- tion to help satisfy the unique security, reliability and usability requirements of the healthcare industry. Their jointly created offering leverages BoxTone’s automated Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) software platform on select Motorola devices, such as the DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX smartphones, as well as DROID XYBOARD 10.1 and 8.2 tablets, all of which tap the power of the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network. The service aims to provide high levels of security and provisioning at low cost and risk. Verizon

EMR cart for iPad and Android devices The newly launched PeerCare brand of highly adaptable fi xed and mobile IT product mounting solutions includes

the PeerCare EMR Hybrid Cart, which is optimized for iPad, Android and other tablet platforms for hospitals that use such devices for charting. This lightweight, user-confi gurable solution is available in both powered and non- powered confi gurations. When used with its modular, palm-sized battery system accessory and available external charging station, this cart delivers more than 24 hours of multi-shift use on a single charge. Peerless Industries HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY April 2012 29

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