The complex IT systems, healthcare workflows, and regulatory requirements of the healthcare sector today have made secure access and identity management critical to delivering safe and effective patient care. JADAK RFID and barcode solutions help healthcare facilities adhere to FDA and Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force guidelines for patient identification, clinician access and inventory control.
Healthcare and hospital applications:
Right supplies. Right place. Right time. Right patient.
Automating testing processes and tracking samples across the continuum using RFID and barcode technologies can play a significant role in elevating patient care.
Imprivata Medical Device Access enables clinic nurses to securely log in to Welch Allyn’s Connex® Spot Monitor devices with a tap of their RFID badge. Read about the benefits of a seemly secure access for healthcare.
The M3e is the only HF/LF module on the market with a totally integrated Secure Access Module, an IC that handles secure communications and manages security keys required to access more than just the publicly available information on an RFID tag. The M3e module supports complex HF RFID tag interactions as well as the flexibility to read both HF and LF ID cards to authenticate personnel.
Combines both 1D/2D barcode and high frequency (HF) and low frequency (LF) RFID reading capabilities in a single, ergonomic, compact design. Enabled with industry-leading Imprivata software, it reads all types of contactless or smartcards as well as proximity cards with secure user authentication.
Unlike off-the-shelf solution providers, JADAK takes an engineer-to-engineer approach to your challenges—working directly with your team to get a deep understanding of your challenge, then creating purpose-driven application solutions that are a precise fit.
See the HS-1RS Secure Access Handheld RFID and Barcode Scanner for Healthcare in action.
The top internet of medical things (IoMT) security concerns are data privacy, unsecure device software/firmware, user and device identity and authentication, and unsecure network services. This article, co-authored with Imprivata, will address these security concerns and ways in which healthcare organizations can combat them.
When it comes to collecting patient data at the point of care, security is key. Particularly when it comes to medical devices. Knowing that unauthorized device access is one of the biggest security challenges healthcare facilities face, JADAK data collection devices are designed to help healthcare facilities adhere to recent guidelines from the FDA and the Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force requiring strong authentication by protecting patient information, ensuring that only authorized users can access medical devices and maintaining electronic records of staff members who have accessed the device, interacted with patients or administered medications."
Combat IoMT security concerns for healthcare including data privacy, device software security, device identity/authentication, and network security.
RFID tags were affixed to the childrens’ bicycles and each time they rode through the school gate, a special custom-designed RFID cabinet containing a fixed reader would log the arrival of that child.
Train cars were equipped with an RFID tag and JADAK IZAR RFID readers were placed at multiple locations along the tracks. Combined with smart user software, this allows RSN to quickly retrieve the correct location of a train car.