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  • Mobile Device Convergence in Healthcare
    Regardless of whether a healthcare facility deploys a purpose-built device or iPhones equipped with scanning sleds, the benefits of deploying one mobile device that allows the nursing staff to interact with doctors, patients, other nurses, and a full suite of patient care and messaging applications can both improve patient care and staff efficiency, while simultaneously improving the overall work environment. Find out more about Mobile Device Convergence in Healthcare.
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    RFID is solving real-world business and operational challenges within industrial, retail, government, health care, and enterprise environments, on a widespread basis. From manufacturing shop floors to supply chains to healthcare facilities, a growing list of users representing an extensive range of applications are being supported by RFID solutions. Inventory control, asset tracking, supply chain management, and Work-In-Process (WIP) are fueling the application growth and positioning RFID a a game-changing automation technology across industries.
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    This paper surveys the different operating systems in the handheld computer market, and discusses advantages and considerations associated with each.
  • Improve Patient Safety with a Quality Wristband Solution
    Improving patient identification can be as simple as improving how wristbands are produced, by using printers and media that are optimized for wristband printing. Thermal printers can help prevent the leading wristband quality problems that lead to patient misidentification and compromise patient safety.
  • Imaging Moves Into the Mainstream
    2D imagers are becoming the technology of choice for most bar code applications, and lasers are on the way to becoming a niche technology. Not only can 2D imagers read more bar codes than lasers – including QR Codes, Data Matrix, and other popular 2D symbols – they can also do much more than just read bar codes.
  • Using Bedside Labeling to Reduce Errors and Improve Efficiency
    Bedside labeling significantly reduces the chance that samples will be mislabeled, or will be unidentified altogether. Quality media and printers can prevent samples from being unidentified or becoming illegible.
  • 3G Wireless – Assumptions and Considerations for Potential Users
    This white paper is for those individuals who want to understand more about the latest evolution of cellular or wireless wide area technology, commonly referred to as "3G" or third generation, or those who are considering making a mobile computing investment that offers a 3G radio option.
  • UHF vs. HF RFID: New Insight on the Old Debate
    It’s time to bring new facts to the old debate as to whether high frequency (13.56 MHz) or ultra-high frequency (UHF, which includes EPC Gen 2) RFID technology is best for meeting business needs. The technologies have changed, therefore so too should the debate.
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