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we searched the world for different solutions to accomplish positive identification; we explored the banding process and the quality of the material used; we looked at fabrics, plastics, and finally found a material (patent-pending) that would provide the protection for our clients’ patient’s sensitive skin while delivering positive patient identification.
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Peerstorm is an easy-to-use, online proofing tool designed to enable individuals and teams to proof and mark-up any type of document, on any device, from anywhere, at any time, using only a Browser.
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When compared to other, larger print-on-demand software solutions, has the advantage of affordability. Designed specifically to deliver the features needed to create POD in any environment, the MDS Server is a realistic option for even the smallest departments, facilities, and processes.
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This is a comprehensive document delivery solution putting the control over forms design, workflow design, and the integration of the two in the client’s hands. Medirex practices a hands-on approach with our clients providing the technology, proven process improvement, and training to ensure that the quality established.
Print at Point-of-Use is an issue at the Nursing Station because it’s not directly connected to the Hospital’s HIS (Hospital Information System), this means that traditional Print at Point-of-Use and Print-on-Demand solutions do not work. So, we developed the eForms Web Tool for Print at Point-of-Use where direct HIS connections don’t exist.
Using our patented forms design to turn aging Doctor’s Order Sets into intelligent documents, enabling them to be delivered, annotated, verified, and archived electronically; it resulted in a reduction in errors, almost completely, and reducing medication delivery times by 30%.