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Beginning to Bedside Patient Safety Solution

The Beginning to Bedside Patient Safety Solution integrates with nuclear medicine department’s electronic health record (EHR) systems and utilizes barcode technology to help improve productivity, data accuracy and patient safety.

Integration drives power and value

When implemented it can help you:

  • Reduce order entry and dose administration errors
  • Protect your facility’s reputation in their consumer-driven healthcare environment
  • Increase productivity by reducing duplicate data entry and extra steps

The solution includes:

  • Syntrac™ Integration Tools with HL7 integration
  • Isotrac, our barcode-driven pharmacy management and mobile delivery system
  • Safetrac™ Barcoding System which enable radiopharamceuticals to be scanned and verifeid against the patient’s medication administration record (MAR) at the time of administration
Our end-to-end solution includes Safetrac™ Barcoding System  and Syntrac™ Integration Tools with HL7 integration.

See how it works

Follow the dose from beginning to bedside

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Integrating success

The power of technology to help improve the practice of radiopharmaceutical tracking in nuclear medicine.

Value delivered in phases

Radiopharmaceutical tracking solutions in nuclear medicine are available in phases beginning with barcode adoption, department management system and completing the solution with HL7 integration.
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