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ProductsBridge™ Specimen Collections
Company Cerner Bridge Medical
Item Bridge™ Specimen Collections
Features 
  • Reduces training time and ensures compliance by promoting a standard specimen collection process that guides the caregiver through each step
  • Provides on-screen collection instructions to the caregiver for proper specimen handling
  • Allows cancellation of specimen collection requests
  • Interfaces with laboratory information systems to receive real-time specimen collection requests and to send accurate, legible collection information, eliminating the need to transcribe collector ID and date and time of collection in the laboratory
  • Enables positive patient identification for sample collection prior to order placement, e.g., in the Emergency Department
Description Bridge™ Specimen Collections, a Cerner point-of-care solution, is a bar-code-enabled system for specimen identification and collection. The solution enhances the safety and accuracy of the specimen collections process by employing bar-code scanning technology, wireless networks and clinical information system integration to prevent potential patient identification and specimen collection errors at the bedside. The result is a standardized and streamlined workflow that increases patient and caregiver safety and produces positive business outcomes.
Info Cerner Bridge Medical
Customer Service: 858.350.0100
Web site: http://www.bridgemedical.com/index.shtml

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