Here are a few questions to help clarify that previous one. First, can this phone scan and record important information about medications, IV fluids, or patient data? Second, is it sterile enough to be used in areas with critical care patients? Third, do you depend on your phone as an extension of the quality care you provide? Finally, Does the battery on the phone need to last a full 12-hour shift, all while protecting and extending the life and integrity of your phone? If you answered yes to these criteria, then your phone isn’t really a phone, it’s a piece of medical equipment and your case has to do more than simply hold that phone.
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Topics: Healthcare Innovation, healthcare data capture, Mobility, Healthcare Workflow, patient safety, Medication Administration, healthcare barcode scanning, bedside patient safety, CortexDecoder, infection control
Code, an innovator in healthcare automation and mobile technology, is excited to recognize Novant Health’s commitment to improved mobile healthcare scanning with the implementation of Code’s scanning solution CortexDecoder for Epic Rover. Serving communities across the Southeast, Novant Health is a multi-state integrated network of physician clinics, outpatient centers and hospitals that delivers a seamless healthcare experience to its community members. The Novant Health network consists of nearly 30,000 team members who provide care at 640 locations, including 15 medical centers and hundreds of outpatient facilities and physicians clinics. Headquartered in North Carolina, Novant Health serves more than five million patients annually.