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Mobile Printing Solutions for Healthcare

Mobile printing solutions can help clinical and home healthcare professionals increase patient safety, reduce risk and efficiency at the point of care, learn how.

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Mobile Printing Solutions for Healthcare

  1. 1. Reliable mobile printing solutions for Healthcare Clinical Healthcare Solutions Wristband & Label Printing at the Point of Care Home Healthcare Solutions Full-Page Printing at the Point of Care
  2. 2. Clinical healthcare challenges Hospitals must do more with less – while simultaneously improving outcomes • Increased compliance mandates • Cost recovery issues with insurers and government-sponsored care • Need to replace outdated systems and processes to meet new standards Integrating the “smart hospital” concept • CIOs and equipment decision makers face unprecedented connectivity, OS compatibility, security and power supply issues inherent in the connected hospital Ensure accurate patient ID and safety • Administrators are facing tremendous pressure to • Eliminate patient misidentification errors • Resolve medical dispensing errors Prepare for the shifting demographic • As the US population ages the healthcare system will experience a dramatic increase in demand • Solutions that expedite workflows and improve safety will be sorely needed The goal is to find mobile wristband and barcode label printing solutions that: • Easily connect to handhelds and laptops • Offer true portability – can easily be brought to the point of care • Help reduce downtime in changing supplies • Are easy to operate, supply and maintain in the field
  3. 3. Solution: Brother TD-2130NHC With TrustSense™ Smart Media Technology Mobile: • Can be powered by rechargeable Li-ion battery pack; compact footprint means it easily fits on rolling carts and in almost any workspace Excellent connectivity: • Can be configured with standard LAN, or optional WiFi® or Bluetooth™ technology interfaces, to print from a variety of wired or wireless devices and networks Versatile: • Can print high-resolution wristbands and labels just about anywhere from laptops, and popular Windows®, iOS® and Android™ tablets and smartphones PDC media compatibility: • Compatible with the most commonly used PDC wristband and label media
  4. 4. Plus, the TD-2130NHC features TrustSense™ technology: The TD-2130NHC is the world’s first healthcare thermal printer with TrustSense™ Smart Media technology •Jointly developed by Brother and PDC Healthcare •Automatically reads and recognizes TrustSense™ enabled wristband and label media from PDC •Saves time – minimizes the need to constantly recalibrate when changing media •Wide variety of TrustSense™ – enabled media available from PDC
  5. 5. What does this mean for today’s clinical healthcare professionals? With the TD-2130NHC healthcare professionals can now print the wristbands and labels they need at the point of care … • This can help improve patient ID accuracy and safety Efficient design and TrustSense™ Smart Media Technology can help staff spend less time attending to the printer and more time attending to the needs of patients • Drop-in roll design, large media capacity, and auto sensing of PDC media can help reduce time otherwise spent replacing media and recalibrating Wide variety of TrustSense™ – enabled media available from PDC • Wristband and label media from a leader healthcare professionals already know and trust
  6. 6. The TD-2130NHC offers powerful features in one compact, transportable device: High-quality output … • Prints high quality PDC wristbands and labels up to 2.4" wide • 300dpi printing makes barcodes more accurate and small size characters easy to read Printing at the point of care, without compromise … • Compact footprint with optional battery fits on lightweight and easy to move rolling carts • Uses larger media rolls means less frequent media replacement than with mobile printers • Compatible with commonly used PDC wristbands and labels • Drop-in spindle-less design helps make media replacement simple and fast; TrustSense™ technology minimizes recalibration • Optional long life Li-ion rechargeable battery available*; print where no power outlets exist * Additional purchase required.
  7. 7. The TD-2130NHC offers powerful features in one compact, transportable device: Easy to configure; easy to integrate … • Includes thermal printer PLUS Brother™ label design/print software application • Compatible with Windows Server® 2012/2008R2/2008/2003; Windows® 8/7/ Windows Vista® and XP • Ethernet LAN (10/100Base-TX), USB 2.0, Host USB, and RS-232C Serial interfaces • Optional Wireless Interfaces*: Wi-Fi® LAN (802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth® technology Ver. 2.0+EDR (Class 2) wireless 2-year limited warranty (includes print head)¹ * Additional purchase required. 1 See limited warranty for details. For warranty information, ask your Brother Mobile Solutions, Inc. sales representative or visit www.brothermobilesolutions.com.
  8. 8. For clinical healthcare professionals the choice is clear for printing wristbands and labels at the point of care … 1 See limited warranty for details. For warranty information, ask your Brother Mobile Solutions, Inc. sales representative or visit www.brothermobilesolutions.com. The TD-2130NHC with TrustSense™ Smart Media technology • Powerful desktop label-printer features in a compact device that can print high-quality wristbands and labels practically anywhere – with or without a power outlet or network jack nearby • Accepts standard and TrustSense™ wristband and label media on rolls up to 5" in diameter • Can be configured to print wirelessly from popular laptops, tablets and smartphones • Comes with label-design and production software and a 2-year limited warranty (includes print head)¹
  9. 9. Solution: The Brother RJ-3150 with color LCD display • Prints labels up to 3" wide with barcodes, text and graphics • Dual radios – Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® technology interfaces that can operate simultaneously • Excellent connectivity to popular Windows®, iOS®, and Android™ mobile devices, plus AirPrint™ certified • Programmable menus for customization • IP54 certified to withstand dust and moisture; 6-foot drop protection • 2-year limited warranty (includes print head)¹ 1 See limited warranty for details. For warranty information, ask your Brother Mobile Solutions, Inc. sales representative or visit www.brothermobilesolutions.com.
  10. 10. Home healthcare challenges Medication Lists – • “Nearly 1/3 of older home health care patients have a potential medication problem or are taking a drug considered inappropriate. • Elderly home health care patients are especially vulnerable to adverse events from medication errors; they often take multiple medications for a variety of comorbidities that have been prescribed by more than one provider. • Home health care patients routinely take more than five prescription drugs, and many patients deviate from the prescribed medication regime. • The potential of medication errors among the home health care population is greater than in other health care setting because of unstructured environment and unique communication challenges in the home health care system.”* * http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2631/
  11. 11. How are today’s home healthcare workers handling this? Current processes include: 1. Handwriting medication lists 2. Going back to office and printing out medication lists and bringing on next visit 3. Mailing medication lists Drawbacks: 1. Handwriting can be difficult to read, especially for elderly patients and caregivers, leading to misinterpretation and misinformation 2. Delays are unacceptable; medication plan corrections and changes cannot wait until the next visit, or mailing 3. It’s an inefficient use of healthcare workers’ time; time that could be better spent attending to more patients under their care * http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2631/
  12. 12. Home healthcare challenges Teaching guides – This information gives the patient information such as: • Definition of disease • Signs / Symptoms • Precipitating factors and proper measures to decrease risk • What to do if an attack occurs • Prescriptions to take and information on the medicine • Resources available
  13. 13. How are today’s home healthcare workers handling this? Current processes include: 1. Talking to the patient 2. Bringing packets of information 3. Showing websites on-site (but not leave anything behind) Drawbacks: 1. Too much reliance on the patient and caregivers to remember important details 2. Difficult to manage all the printed materials necessary to be fully prepared 3. Directing patients and caregivers to websites may work while the healthcare worker is there, but not everyone is equipped to find those sites again on their own * http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2631/
  14. 14. Home healthcare challenges Point of Care Plans – This provides agencies clear, concise system to document care in the home. This process aims to capture the patients information and give documentation. Such plans include: • Medical instructions • Treatment plans • Physical therapy plans • EMR’s • What to do in case of attack • Prescriptions to take and information on the medicine • Resources available
  15. 15. How are today’s home healthcare workers handling this? Current processes include: 1. Handwriting documents 2. Printing in office and bringing on site 3. Telling the patient Drawbacks: 1. Handwriting can be difficult to read, especially for elderly patients and caregivers, leading to misinterpretation and misinformation 2. It’s an inefficient use of healthcare workers’ time; time that could be better spent attending to more patients under their care 3. Too much reliance on the patient and caregivers to remember * http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2631/
  16. 16. Solution: Brother PocketJet® 6 full-page mobile thermal printers Now home healthcare workers can easily – and quickly – print the full-page documents they need at the point of care Produce easy-to-read machine-printed documents practically anywhere: • Eliminate errors from misinterpreting handwritten documents • Improve patient safety • Meet emerging compliance mandates • Minimize wasted transit time by printing at the point of care Print documents with text, graphics and pictures: • Provide easy-to-follow directions and warnings • Print from websites • Load PDFs of key documents into laptops, tablets and smartphones and print these on-site as needed, instead of carrying a lot of printed materials on every visit
  17. 17. Brother PocketJet® 6 full-page mobile thermal printers – the right solution for today’s home healthcare professionals … Print full-page documents fast, from popular laptops, tablets and smartphones: • Models available with USB, WiFi® or Bluetooth™ technology interfaces, to print from a variety of popular devices running on Windows®, iOS® and Android™ platforms Compact and portable: • About the size of a spaghetti box; easily fit in a briefcase or shoulder bag • Can be powered by rechargeable Li-ion battery or AC adapter Easy to operate: • One-button printing simplicity Easy to maintain: • Use reliable thermal printing technology – no inks, toners or ribbons required • Only one consumable – premium Brother media, available on rolls, as fanfold or cut sheets • Less to go wrong in the field
  18. 18. Brother PocketJet® 6 full-page mobile thermal printers – the right solution for today’s home healthcare professionals … Choose from a variety of high-quality Brother thermal media: • Standard, archival-quality, synthetic weather resistant • On rolls, as fanfold, or as cut sheets (also available with custom printing) A variety of carrying, mounting and power options: • Carrying cases that hold the printer, battery and paper • Mounting and power options to fit almost any type of vehicle • Optional rechargeable Li-ion battery or AC adapter
  19. 19. For home healthcare professionals the choice is clear for printing the documents they need at the point of care … The PocketJet® 6 full-page mobile thermal printers • Easy to carry • Easy to use • Easy to maintain in the field • Reliable thermal printing technology • Perfect for: • Medication Lists • Point of Care Plans • Teaching Guides • Contracts • Waivers • Discharge Information • Invoices
  20. 20. Brother Mobile Printers for Healthcare Three unique solutions RuggedJet™ 3 PocketJet™ 7TD-2130NHC

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    Feb. 28, 2017

Mobile printing solutions can help clinical and home healthcare professionals increase patient safety, reduce risk and efficiency at the point of care, learn how.

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