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The world is more connected. Barcode and RFID technologies are more and more valued in healthcare these days. 

Intellhydro provides mobile healthcare information solution based upon IoT and Cloud computing technologies, integrated handheld computer and compatible software, seamlessly connected to HIS, EMR systems through Wi-Fi or 4G networks. By incorporating all these into the workflow of the nursing staff, our solution aims to bring an all-round improvement to the hospital's health care system.

Patient Admission
How to fast and accurately identify a patient and gain instant access to that patient’s essential information during healthcare process is the key to improve both the quality of care and patient safety. Barcoded wristband gives every patient an electronic ID, which is essential to patient verification.

Medication Administration
Medication administration error (MAE) is one of the most common types of adverse events for hospital admitted patients, and the most frequent cause of preventable death. In order to provide the highest degree of patient safety, clinicians must track medications throughout the healthcare process using barcode/RFID-enabled healthcare mobile computer.

Vital Signs Collection 
On a regular basis, nurses need to collect a patient’s vital signs to help assess the patient’s general physical health. This data is input on Intellhydro healthcare mobile computer and transmitted to the hospital’s HIS system for real-time tracking and further analysis.

Access Information
That healthcare providers have quick access to the information they need at the point of care decides how fast hospital staff can respond to emergencies and make critical decisions. The accountability, accuracy and mobility of medical data will benefit both hospital and patients. 

Blood Bag Management
Effective inventory management of blood products can be a matter of life and death. As a routine of medical work, blood transfusion is riddled with the potential for error in a manual system. 

Pharmacy Management
In healthcare, you have to keep your pharmacy operations as efficient and accurate as possible. That is, right drug and proper dose should be dispensed to the right patient in time. Especially in dispensing prescription drugs, a pharmacist should always compare medications against prescriptions. 

Specimen Collection
Collecting specimens plays an essential role in making a critical diagnosis. It is the beginning of the point of care, and only the correct medical sample labeling and identification can keep patient safe and treatment effective. 

Laboratory Management
To issue accurate diagnosis, doctors reply on accurate test result of patients’ specimen. Marking and tracking lab samples and specimens with barcodes is a highly effective method for preventing errors before they enter into caregiver workflows. 

Medical Equipment Management
Hospital equipment ranges from basic wheelchairs and IV stands to sophisticated multimillion dollar imaging machines laboratory equipment. Such assets, especially valuable equipment, have to be tracked for a financial accountability and the ability to respond immediately to an emergency.

Inventory Management
Having a full visibility of medical consumables, knowing where medical equipment are at the point of care, and managing confidential documents well are all reasons why managing inventory is important to healthcare institutions.

Medical Waste Management
Hospital deals with medical waste on a daily basis. These wastes, especially hazardous waste and chemical waste, need to be handled properly before it becomes dangerous to the population and the environment. 

Real-time Communication
Effective communication among nurses and other healthcare professionals determines how fast a healthcare institution can make informed decisions and improve patient care.

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