Advancing Healthcare One Mobile Scan at a Time

Inject speed, accuracy and traceability into workflows across the healthcare sector with mobile computer vision.

There is good news for organisations in the increasingly complex healthcare landscape where end-to-end traceability and shared information is paramount. Advanced mobile data capture technology supports patient care, administration and regulatory compliance from pharma distribution to hospitals, clinics and social care. Computer vision-enabled smart devices with augmented reality (AR) feedback, reduce human error and dramatically speed up healthcare workflows.

Advancing Healthcare, One Mobile Scan at a Time
Download the whitepaper and find out:
  • How inexpensive smart devices equipped with visual, intuitive software solutions reduce human error in regular tasks like patient & medication verification, with little user training.
  • Why the ability to capture multiple barcodes in a single scan and use AR overlays to access real-time data helps improve systems like inventory management and pharma distribution.
  • How to improve patient care and compliance by providing consistent real-time information to all workers involved in the patient journey.

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