Hospital clinicians and nurses are under constant pressure to collect more complete and accurate patient data and keep it secure—all while providing high-quality bedside care. That’s where JADAK point of care solutions can help. Our intelligent RFID and barcode technologies are customized to seamlessly integrate with virtually any OEM device and hospital system, improving clinician productivity, and most importantly, enhancing patient safety.
HS-1RL Secure Access Handheld Scanner: The only device on the market to integrate 1D and 2D barcode scanning with RFID proximity card reading functionality.
The premier product on the market for hospital point of care data capture, the HS-1RL Secure Access Handheld Scanner combines multiple technologies into a single, medical-grade scanner designed and built specifically for the healthcare industry. This allows clinicians to use their proximity ID badges for seamless, secure access while also capturing barcode data from patient wristbands and medication information with a single device.
Trusted to optimize clinical workflows while improving patient care.
Tier one medical device OEMs and hospitals systems trust JADAK solutions to ensure proper prescribing of medication to meet the five rights of medicine administration and protect patient information. JADAK data collection solutions are reliable and intuitive making it easier for clinical staff to electronically collect, document and manage patient data so they have more time to do what they do best: provide compassionate bedside care.
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Medical device OEMs understand that hardware and software solutions offer unique challenges and opportunities for cybersecurity, and that it’s important for healthcare organizations to implement cybersecurity best practices to safeguard patient health information. Access the full article from Hill-Rom.
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."
This paper explores the key types of data security threats raised by RFID and highlights possible solutions using the capabilities defined by the EPCglobal
A multinational car manufacturer has implemented RFID portals in its industrial facilities using Keonn’s readers and antennas, to enable real-time traceability for the entire supply chain.
Employees at Disney's theme parks, as well as on its cruise ships, have an easy start to their day when it comes to retrieving costumes. A worker can simply locate a required garment within a storage room, bring it to an RFID-enabled self-service kiosk, present his or her ID badge and walk away. The company installed the RFID-based solution at most of its parks worldwide last year, managing close to $100 million worth of costumes, as a way for staff members to more quickly check their garments in and out