In the high-stress environment of hospitals, where lives are constantly on the line, patient care and comfort is a constant yet challenging issue. As anyone who has stayed in a hospital well knows, nurses and doctors perform checks, dispense medication, and prescribe treatments at all hours of the day or night. This hectic schedule means that medical specialists need a reliable way to keep track of the constantly changing needs of patients—including medication administration. Bedside point of care—the process healthcare workers use to organize and dispense medications—is an integral part of any hospital stay. With Code’s line of patented scanning solutions for the healthcare industry we make just about every aspect of the job easier. From patient safety, comfort, and care–a Code scanning solution is there to help monitor and verify.
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Topics: Healthcare Workflow, healthcare data capture, Healthcare, barcode reading, barcode scanning, patient safety, Medication Administration, bedside patient safety, Data Capture, Code Corporation, Code, bedside point of care
In the healthcare industry, tracking, tracing, and verifying lab samples can be a complicated and vulnerable process. With the amount and variety of shipments moving in, out, and about hospitals and labs, ensuring that the correct samples get where they need to be and back again can be difficult and stressful. Utilizing industry-trusted, high-performing barcode scanners and software is paramount for ensuring patient safety and accuracy throughout this process. Code has developed a line of enterprise-level scanning solutions to help you improve the efficiency of your hospital. See for yourself how Code can help you track, trace, and verify with precision and ease.
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Topics: Blood bag scanning, Healthcare, Healthcare Workflow, healthcare data capture, healthcare barcode scanning, barcode scanning, barcode reading, Data Capture, blood bag, Code, patient safety, saline bag, saline bag scanning
Where would you or your loved ones be without advanced healthcare technology?
For many people, the answer to that question isn’t something pleasant to think about. Luckily for all of us, healthcare practices, procedures, and technologies just continue to getting better. Today we are staring at a future where a cure for cancer is within reach. The reality is that improved health care practices and procedures save lives. And technology plays a monumental role in patient safety through the efficient application of life-saving practices. However, no matter how good a practice is, it’s only effective if people have the right tools to execute it.
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Eliminate EBM Administration Errors With Code Barcode Reading Technology
Legacy Health Systems (Legacy), a six hospital healthcare system in the Portland, Oregon area needed a solution to positively identify and match Expressed Breast Milk (EBM) to both mother and child. Having previously implemented a barcoded Bedside Medication Administration (BMA) process with Code’s wireless barcode readers, the infrastructure was in place for Code’s Application Engineering team to create an effective barcoded EBM verification solution, using Code's impressive purpose-built healthcare CR2000 series product line.
The business definition of credentialing is “the process by which the eligibility of a person for a particular job or task is established by determining if the person has the specified qualifications and fulfils the defined requirements (1).” In the healthcare industry, credentialing is determining whether an individual or “vendor” is legitimate and if they have the authority to enter the facility’s grounds for the purpose of providing a value added product or service.