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bioPoint(TM) PID Wristband Software Improves Patient Identification Accuracy and Safety

ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio-Optronics, Inc., a leader in healthcare workflow software, enhances its bioPoint (TM) Patient Identification wristband solution, the only comprehensive, flexible, and easy-to-use patient identification solution with full drag and drop design capability.

The Joint Commission's #1 patient safety goal is to improve the accuracy of patient identification.(1) Hand-written ID bands are difficult to read and time-consuming to create. Condition or medication alerts are not readily visible. There is no back-up or redundancy in identification, like a photo.

bioPoint(TM) Patient Identification utilizes color photographs and bar codes to facilitate synchronization of patients and treatments, and address the "5-Rights of Medicine."

Bio-Optronics President & CEO, Dan Kerpelman, states "bioPoint(TM) Patient ID contributes to a safe point-of-care environment, and makes it easier for hospital personnel to perform their duties."

Kerpelman notes, "An important feature is the full wristband drag and drop design capability. And, the software integrates with HIS and other hospital IT systems, so no duplicate manual data entry is required."

Badges are designed and configured through a graphical user interface, and options are unlimited. Intranet web-based access allows any authorized location to view patient lists, add alerts, and print wristbands. A database stores all information. The software can also handle chart, specimen, and medication labels, as well as visitor, parking, and staff badges.

bioPoint(TM) Patient Identification is a comprehensive wristband solution that improves patient safety and workflow at the point of care.

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Bio-Optronics, Inc. develops, deploys, and operates software products and custom information technology solutions to help healthcare professionals manage and optimize workflow, thus enhancing quality, productivity, and patient and staff satisfaction. For over 20 years, Bio-Optronics has demonstrated leadership in innovation, expertise in workflow and integration, and a singular approach to unparalleled customer service.

Hospital bioPoint(TM) and Momentum(TM) workflow solutions, used in over 30 Veterans' Administration and other hospitals around the country, include comprehensive scheduling, day-of-care patient tracking, patient wristband and visitor ID, and point-of-care medications administration.

A new suite of bioPoint(TM) and Momentum(TM) solutions addresses workflow challenges faced by specialty physician practices and imaging centers.

The Clinical Conductor product family provides comprehensive workflow solutions for clinical trials, including investigative site and academic medical center clinical trial management systems, and are used in over 400 sites around the world.

Contact Information: Maria Durkin, VP, Director Marketing and Operations, Bio-Optronics, Inc. 1-877-279-8377, x201 or 1-585-272-1960, x201

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