Technology, Vendor

HP introduces new healthcare devices

HP has introduced its Healthcare Edition portfolio, the HP Healthcare Edition HC271, HC241, HC271p, and HC241p Clinical Review Displays, which are optimised for patient rooms, nurses’ stations, medical carts, and other healthcare settings. These displays are designed to deliver safer, smarter and secured features to enhance care delivery.

According to HP, the new clinical review displays are built for easy, repeatable sanitization after every patient engagement, and EN/IEC 60601-1-2 compliant for safe use near patients and medical monitoring equipment.

The HP Healthcare Edition HC271 and HC241 displays are DICOM Part 14 compliant displays. They help ensure accurate, consistent image viewing between healthcare professionals and for patient consultations and image verification with a Quad HD 27-inch or WUXGA 24-inch diagonal display.

The HP Healthcare Edition HC271p and HC241p displays protect confidential data with an integrated privacy filter. Deter visual hacks by ensuring the user is the only one with a direct view of their screen.

The HP Healthcare Edition HC271, HC241, HC271p, and HC241p Clinical Review Displays will be available in EMEA in November 2018.

From patient education, discharge summaries, medication reconciliation, flow sheets, vitals spreadsheets and prescriptions, paper still makes the healthcare world go ‘round. However, the printing experience for care providers has not been an easy one. HP is working with Cerner to co-develop a smarter and secured solution to improve efficiency, accuracy and provider satisfaction. The new solution will allow care providers to work and print from anywhere.

The HP Healthcare Edition HC271, HC241, HC271p, and HC241p are general-purpose computing devices and are not intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, treatment or prevention of disease or other medical conditions.

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