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My1Stop.com Expands Into Medical Wristbands Market with Patented LaserBand Printable Wristbands
Date:2/25/2010

www.My1Stop.com enters the printable medical wristbands market with line of ready-to-ship LaserBand® products that can be instantly priced and ordered online and offline.

Ft. Scott, KS (PRWEB) February 25, 2010 -- My1Stop.com, the online leader in providing a complete range of printed products and services, today announced the launch of their LaserBand® printable wristbands offering. The offering includes ready-to-ship wristband products used by many industries, especially the medical and health care professions. The LaserBand® offering, provides customers with fast shipment of low cost, high quality replacement wristbands guaranteed compatible with many patient ID systems, including Standard Register SMARTworks® and Patient LinkUp® software. All of the LaserBand® printable wristbands are available for immediate shipment at my1stop.com.

LaserBand® printable wristbands are printed as needed by admissions staff on desktop laser and inkjet printers. The print-on-demand feature of LaserBand® printable wristbands greatly enhances patient check in and ID processes. The additional “stay-flat” and “self-laminating” features provide cost and time savings benefits to customers worldwide. The My1Stop.com customer service team is well versed in LaserBand® and works with customers looking to replenish their wristband supplies.

“We hear from customers almost daily about their need for lower cost, faster turnaround wristbands compatible with the Standard Register SMARTworks® and Patient LinkUp®” software, said Michael Del C
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