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September 17, 2010

Motorola unveils new enterprise digital assistant ‘MC75A0-HC’

A mobile computing offering for healthcare

By CBR Staff Writer

Motorola Solutions business of Motorola has unveiled MC75A0-HC Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA), a mobile computing offering for healthcare.

The new mobile computing offering provides healthcare organisations with a rugged and disinfectant-ready mobility offering to help improve patient care and safety, streamline and error-proof processes, and support a variety of point-of-care applications.

The company said that the new MC75A0-HC introduces EDA form factor to its healthcare portfolio and complements the previously announced DS6878-HC cordless 2D imager and the DS6707-HC corded 2D imager.

The new offering streamlines clinical workflows by allowing mobile workers to access patient information, monitor patient vital signs, place pharmacy and lab orders, collect and track specimens, administer blood transfusions, and access test results.

The new offering’s image-based, data-capture technology delivers performance on every 1D and 2D bar code, providing the ability to electronically capture and instantly transmit virtually any type of data from patient bedside right to hospital business systems.

MC75A0-HC with its 3.2 megapixel autofocus color camera, enables easy capture of high-resolution photographs, video footage and documents to improve operational efficiencies and enhance clinical insight.

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Motorola Solutions principal of global healthcare solutions Vivian Funkhouser said that Motorola’s MC75A0-HC addresses top healthcare mobility needs, offering maximum processing power, rugged design, flexibility, advanced data-capture capability, connectivity options, security and manageability to extend the access of critical information to the patient’s bedside, the nurse’s station, operating room and beyond.

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