HP Launches EMR-Integrated Print Solutions to Digitize Point of Care Workflows

What You Ought to Know:

HPs new Healthcare Edition MFP keyboards and touch-enabled.
control panels are designed to be disinfected regularly, enduring as much as.
10,000 X industry-standard germicidal wipes, helping to reduce the risk of.
health-care associated infections (HAIs) and viral pathogen transmission..
HP has actually even more enhanced the disinfection capabilities of high-touch areas of.
the printer with detachable covers/drapes that can be disinfected daily in an.
autoclave approximately 134 ºC. HP is also working together with Clorox Healthcare to.
provide a guide detailing infection avoidance finest practices and other.
educational tools.

HP Healthcare Edition MFPs include the HP Workpath Biscom for Healthcare app totally integrated.
with EPIC and Cerner. This.
makes it possible for the entire scientific group to digitally transfer and get patient.
info and high-resolution color imaging like MRIs or directly input information.
into the electronic.
medical record (EMR) system right from an app on the printer. As a.
result, care suppliers can make timely critical choices to enhance the.
experience of clients and the whole care team and give back face time with.
their clients..

Assisting Ensure Positive Patient ID.

— Innovations co-developed with health care experts
include industrys first sterilizable printers, unique EMR-compliant
workflow solutions, and services to improve client security and personal privacy.

Lessening Contact with Common Points of Transmission.

HPs unique worldwide Managed Print Services (MPS) program with.
Zebra Technologies offers the HP Advance mobile app on Zebras TC52-HC.
portable touch computer to make it possible for care providers to lessen contact with.
common points of infection transmission at the point of care. Suppliers can.
walk up to any HP Healthcare Edition MFP, authenticate with the TC52-HC mobile.
computer and release critical patient documents without having to touch the.

— HP introduces patient-first print technologies to assist healthcare
workers remain safe and spend more time taking care of patients.

Decreasing the Risk of Virus Transmission and Healthcare-Associated Infections.

Patient recognition mistakes prevail and can lead to.
severe reportable events that damage not just the patients health, however also the.
scientific standing of the healthcare center where such a mistake occurred. Together,.
HP and Zebra solutions empower clinicians to much better manage positive client.
identification through incorporated color client ID wristbands, trackable.
specimen labels printed on-demand with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).
area services and point of care recognition options for patients.

The U.S. Centers for.
Disease Control (CDC) approximates that healthcare-associated infections.
( HAIs) are accountable for 1.7.
million infections and 99,000 associated deaths each year. Infections and.
viruses include additional stress to healthcare organizations ability to provide.
safe, quality care to clients. Influenza alone represents an US$ 11B financial.
yearly burden. Research studies show typically utilized technologies, like printers and.
mobile phones, are typically highly contaminated with pathogenic bacteria and.
viral pathogens. Most IT and IoT gadgets were not created to be routinely.
cleaned up by hospital-grade disinfectant wipes. Duplicated usage has shown to damage.
the integrity of the plastic and, ultimately, the gadget itself..

Today, HP Inc.
formally launched brand-new print services for the healthcare industry. Based on
deep consumer insights and co-developed with doctor, associations
and partners, HP Healthcare Print Solutions address the most important concerns
dealing with the healthcare market today consisting of client wellness and security,
care coordination, movement, privacy and security..

Decreasing the Risk of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI).

Client and scientific employee mobile and IoT gadgets add to a.
really overloaded radio spectrum that can interfere through electromagnetic.
disturbance (EMI) with life-saving medical gadgets. The new HP Health.
Solutions portfolio of IoT hand-held devices and IoT print gadgets are EN/IEC.
60601-1-2 licensed for EMI security. The EN/IEC 60601-1-2 accreditation.
guarantees these gadgets can be used within the client sphere and shared patient.
areas without threat of EMI to sensitive patients and surrounding medical.

In order to improve assistance of infection prevention.
policies, HP has actually likewise broadened disinfection capabilities of HP Personal System.
gadgets to consist of HP Engage Go3 and HP Elite items such as HP EliteDesks,.
HP EliteOne (display panel just), ZBook Mobile Workstations and Z Series.
Desktop Workstations, HP Elite and Z Displays (Z, S, E and P series, Display.
Panel Only) and HP Education Notebooks (keyboards only).

Digitizing Processes for Faster, More Efficient Care.

68% of physician respondents reported feeling stressed out at.
the minute, largely since of paperwork, regulatory needs and electronic.
health record (EHR) paperwork. Essential pieces of health care information can fall.
through the fractures, aggravating patients who do not understand why a specialist.
cant see last weeks diagnostic test result or why they were not provided a.
diabetic-friendly hospital menu while remaining as an inpatient, for.

As the implementation of innovation advances, so too are the.
security risks versus health care systems. To help healthcare.
organizations resist emerging threats, HP supplies the worlds most.
safe and secure PCs16 and printing options to protect patient privacy and sensitive.
info. The brand-new Healthcare portfolio likewise provides Basic Print Cloud.
Services provided through a service, HP Print Security Advisory Services and.
HP Security Manager that offers patient information defense to all HP gadgets,.
with the added defense of PrintSecure on Zebra wristband printers.

HP Healthcare Print Solutions are now available for direct.
MPS clients in North America with plans to present across Europe and Asia in.


Safeguarding Patient Privacy and Security.