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Healthcare Bar code Printer Label

Healthcare labels help healthcare organizations accurately identify pharmaceuticals, blood bags, test tubes, patient charts, mobile specimen, surgical equipment, hospital assets, and other mission-critical items. Our healthcare labeling solutions meet Joint Commission regulatory requirements and National Patient Safety Goals to identify patients correctly, prevent infectious diseases, prevent mislabeling in surgical rooms, use medication according to the 5 Rights of Medication Administration and improve staff communication. From standard healthcare labels used in pharmacies, laboratories and patient rooms to colored, pre-printed labels for custom applications, our labels are used throughout all hospital departments. Our healthcare labels are compatible with the leading EMR, LIS, PIS, and other hospital systems, including Epic, Cerner, Orchard, Meditech and others.

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  1. AirTrack Blood Bag Labels

    Blood bag labels contain important information about the content of the blood bag that can be communicated to doctors and hospital staff prior to administration or use. The health care staff at facilities of blood collection and processing centers and transfusion services must comply with the ISBT 128 Standard, Labeling of Blood Components. Not only does this require blood bag labels to have a specific data structure on the blood bag label, but it also requires electronically readable symbols. This ensures that there are national guidelines that all health care facilities can comply with, and it prevents blood bag mislabeling, which is the leading cause of transfusion related morbidity and mortality. The most common types of blood bag labels include blood type labels, expiration date labels, cryogenic labels, compliance labels and permanent labels.
  2. AirTrack Patient Chart Labels

    Patient chart labels contain important information pertaining to a patient, including their length of stay, medical history, allergies, current medications, recorded observations and patient progress. Patient chart labels must be accurate and labeled correctly as it is likely the first item a doctor refers to when interacting with the patient. Patient chart labeling has taken the manual process out of annotating critical information and patient form filling. Patient chart labels provides a convenient way for hospital staff to record data while patients are in their care. Color-coded markers placed at the top of patient charts are amongst the most common labels. They include administrative information such as the patient"s name, room number and assigned doctor. They also may include special instructions or concerns, such as high-risk fall, drug sensitivities and communication assistance.
  3. AirTrack Pharmacy Labels

    Pharmacy labels contain information that a doctor or pharmacy would like to communicate to a patient, such as how to use the medication correctly, the number of doses per day, the length of time the medication should be taken and any precautions. The goal is to provide instructions that ensures proper patient care. In addition, pharmacy labels contain key information such as patient"s name, doctor"s name, drug name, strength of drug, pharmacy location and phone number and date when drugs were prescribed. When used properly, pharmacy labels ensure safe medication administration through the 5 Rights of Medication Administration. Our pharmacy labels are compatible with health care pharmacy information and dispensing systems such as Cerner, Epic, OptiFill, ScriptPro, Meditech, VA Hospital, MedStation, Pyxis and Mediware.
  4. AirTrack Mobile Specimen Labels

    Specimen labels are used to identify and track specimens that will be forwarded to a health care laboratory for testing. Specimen labeling is critical in the testing process. A correctly labeled specimen will be accepted by laboratories for proper testing. However, an incorrectly labeled specimen will require the laboratory to proceed with testing until further clarification can be provided. Specimen labels have standard requirements that include providing at least two patient identifiers (date of birth, social security number, etc.) in order to prevent misidentification, writing with indelible ink to prevent information from fading or being erased, legibly printing specimen information to prevent patient identifiers from being illegible and using materials that are built to last in the harshest environments.
  5. AirTrack Test Tube Labels

    Test tube labels are designed to identify and track samples that are used for diagnostic testing and disease prevention. The test tube labels are used across various health care divisions including genetics, DNA sequencing, forensics, chemistry, hematology, disease control, and drug discovery. Test tube and vial labels are also used to improve sample management and post results to LIS/HIS analyzers. The quality and material of the test tube labels varies dependent on the conditions that the tubes need to be in. For example, some test samples are required to be kept in a freezer in order to prevent gases from developing from organic contents. Thus, in extreme cold temperatures, the test tube labels must be able to withstand wet conditions, adhesiveness concerns and durability in long testing processes. Any of these issues can result in the testing process starting over, increased costs and delayed payment on insurance premiums.
  6. AirTrack Laboratory Labels

    Laboratory labels help medical staff identify and track laboratory samples while allowing health care staff to communicate effectively amongst various labs, facilities and departments. professionals identify and track laboratory samples and communicate effectively throughout a medical lab or facility. Laboratory labels allow hospital staff to manage their medication, inventory, substances, supply bins and other lab items. Laboratory labeling solutions can extend to warning labels, storage labels, specimen labels, cryogenic labels and microscope slide labels. Lab labels come in different shapes, sizes and materials to ensure they can withstand the harshest conditions. Our laboratory labels are compatible with the leading EMR, LIS, PIS, and other hospital systems, including Epic, Sunquest, Cerner, Orchard, SoftLab, Meditech and others.
  7. AirTrack Healthcare Labels

    Health care labels help health care organizations accurately identify pharmaceuticals, blood bags, test tubes, patient charts, mobile specimen, surgical equipment, hospital assets, and other mission-critical items. Our health care labeling solutions meet Joint Commission regulatory requirements and National Patient Safety Goals to identify patients correctly, prevent infectious diseases, prevent mislabeling in surgical rooms, use medication according to the 5 Rights of Medication Administration and improve staff communication. From standard health care labels used in pharmacies, laboratories and patient rooms to colored, pre-printed labels for custom applications, our labels are used throughout all hospital departments. Our health care labels are compatible with the leading EMR, LIS, PIS, and other hospital systems, including Epic, Cerner, Orchard, Meditech and others.
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  10. Zebra Multi-Purpose Healthcare Label

    Our multi-purpose labels are ideal for most health care environments including asset management, radiology, and even sterilization applications. Our pressure sensitive labels and tapes for the Health care industry are made of high quality materials that are guaranteed to withstand the rigorous applications of the medical field.

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