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Mobile Clinical Assistant Launched

August 3, 2009
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Hatboro, Pa.-based mobility solutions provider, InfoLogix, Inc. has rolled out a new mobile clinical assistant, InfoLogix M24. The product, the company says, provides clinicians with point-of-care access to patient information from the bedside.

Designed such that clinicians can both input information and access patients’ EMR, the InfoLogix M24 provides medication verification and captures diagnostic images, the company says. The solution was built upon the Intel mobile clinical assistant reference architecture and features a bar code scanner, RFID reader, fingerprint reader and Webcam.



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