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.
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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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Not all barcode scanners are created equal, plain and simple.
There are a lot of different types of barcode scanners, and companies that produce them. So how do you decide what you need? Well, you do just a little bit of research. Before you purchased your business software, safe, processing equipment, and so on, I am betting you did your due diligence.
When someone talks about "barcode scanning" in general, it has always meant hardware that is specialized for particular barcode types (1D, 2D, DPM, etc...) and for industries like healthcare, manufacturing, industrial, logistics, government, and others. Depending on the workflow complexity, this could even mean that there may be a need for more than one type of barcode scanner. Costs can start to exponentially climb when upgrades are needed, products are EOL'd, or their life-cycles simply come to a sad and damaged end.