Until now. The Cardinal Health™ Safetrac™ Barcoding System is the industry’s first and only system that tracks radiopharmaceuticals from beginning to bedside, with no gaps in tracking.
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What is the Safetrac™ Barcoding System?
Every dose is now tracked when ordered, prepared, shipped, delivered and administered at the point of care by integrating with your EHR system. This reduces the number of crucial points for human error. Follow the dose from beginning to bedside below.
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How does implementation work?
If you already use an EHR system in your nuclear medicine department, adoption is simple:
- Cardinal Health will provide you with a data table to link our codes to the radiopharmaceutical eRx codes in your EHR system.
- Your pharmacy personnel simply enter the codes in your system – no programming required.
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