PREVENT MEDICAL ERRORS, IMPROVE PATIENT SAFETY AND INCREASE CAREGIVER PRODUCTIVITY
The DS6878-HC cordless imager from Motorola enables hospitals to automate data capture, improve data accuracy, increase productivity and streamline everyday processes in patient rooms, laboratories and the pharmacy. Its matchless feature set meets the unique requirements of healthcare facilities. An intuitive and ergonomic design combines with dependable and rapid capture of bar codes and other images, allowing caregivers to remain focused on the patient — not the technology. The DS6878-HC is easy to install virtually anywhere inside the hospital environment — the flexible base options enable easy mounting horizontally or vertically on walls, cabinets and workstations. Cordless freedom via Bluetooth allows users to easily move to the bar code, eliminating the hazards associated with cables as well as the need to disturb or inconvenience patients, while offering the flexibility required for rapid data capture in emergency situations. When paired with the standard charging cradle, the DS6878-HC offers the ability to charge the scanner over the USB cable, eliminating the need for a separate power supply and reducing the management headaches associated with mounting a cordless scanner to a computer or workstation on wheels (COW or WOW).
COMPREHENSIVE HIGH-PERFORMANCE DATA CAPTURE FOR A WORLD OF HEALTHCARE APPLICATIONS
The ability to capture any 1D or 2D bar code as well as signatures, documents and still photographs enables this single device to error-proof and simplify many processes throughout your facility — from medication administration to specimen collection, admitting and inventory and dietary management. Built on Motorola’s revolutionary SE4500 scan engine, the DS6878-HC re-defines imaging technology, offering easy first-time capture of any type of data through: laser-like performance on 1D and 2D bar codes; an intuitive aiming pattern; scanning in any type of lighting; the ability to capture even poor quality and damaged bar codes; and full omnidirectional scanning, eliminating the need to precisely align bar code and imager.