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Better Vaccination Stations With Advanced Medical Grade Tablets

If you have tried to get a vaccine in recent days, chances are you have had to go through a patchwork system of government websites and private companies. This confusing process can show that a person is eligible for the vaccine on one website and not eligible in another. Luckily, this is about to change. The Biden administration is predicting that by April 19, all U.S. adults will be eligible for the vaccine.

Your hospital’s members have been confused for long enough. When it comes time for their vaccine appointment, make sure that the process is fully streamlined and easy for them. One of the best ways to streamline the vaccination process is with medical grade tablets.

Medical Grade Tablets For Vaccination Stations

Currently, many U.S. hospitals are relying on medical carts and other transportable medical computer stations for their vaccination clinics. While these medical carts certainly get the job done, they have some major drawbacks when it comes to facilitating vaccinations.

They may not be as portable as they seem. Vaccination clinics can see long lines at some points in the days, and virtually no one at other parts. With medical carts, there’s no flexibility in transitioning your medical staff from one area of the vaccination clinic to another.

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That’s where medical grade tablets like the T13 from Tangent come in. The T13 is a robust medical grade computer contained in a portable, easy to use tablet. The dynamic touchscreen allows medical staff to carry the tablet with one hand and easily operate it with another. 

The T13 comes equipped with a barcode scanner. This barcode scanner can help integrate your vaccination process directly into your existing medical computer infrastructure, allowing nurses to print off vaccination record labels and quickly scan them rather than manually writing them out by hand.

What’s more, the T13 features an antimicrobial coating on its casing. This antimicrobial casing mitigates the growth of harmful pathogens on its surface, allowing your nurses to work longer in between their regularly scheduled cleaning procedures. This antimicrobial coating works in tandem with the T13 medical grade tablet’s barcode scanner to reduce the number of writing utensils that your hospital needs to constantly clean and reuse in its vaccination clinic.

Vaccinate Easier With Tangent

Tangent has remained committed to helping our essential medical heroes throughout this pandemic by providing them with the best possible medical grade computer equipment. Now that we are in the homestretch, Tangent is one again offering hospitals an easy and efficient way to help their patients. For more information, contact Tangent Sales today.

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Better Human Milk Workflow With Tangent Medical Computers

It goes without saying that one of the best foods for newborn babies is their mother’s milk. Breastfeeding babies is good for both the mother and the baby itself, and can help mothers form an intimate relationship with their new progeny. But keeping newborn babies adequately fed in the neonatal intensive care unit right after birth can be a struggle. Keeping track of both mothers and newborns, having mothers produce a sustainable supply of breastmilk, and more can clog up your hospital’s human milk workflow. With Tangent’s HumanMilk workflow solution however, these problems can be a thing of the past.

Better Human Milk Workflow With Tangent Medical Computers

With Tangent, human milk workflows become a breeze. First, a mother expresses milk via a pump or whichever apparatus your hospital prefers. A nurse or medical professional will then create a barcode and affix it to the bottle. After that, the nurse places the bottle into a refrigerator for safekeeping.

These first few steps may sound familiar and are most likely already a part of your hospital’s human milk workflow. But creating and preserving human milk is only the first half of the equation. Where Tangent steps in is in the second half.

T-13 Medical Grade Tablet From Tangent
T-13 Medical Grade Tablet From Tangent

Medical grade computers like the T-13 medical tablet are designed with built-in barcode scanners. These barcode scanners allow your nurses to quickly and accurately identify and place human milk bottles with their corresponding recipient.

Nurses simply take the bottles out of the fridge and scan the barcode affixed to it. This barcode identifies both the mother and the child, as well as whether a fortifier should be added or if the bottle should be split. At this point, a new label is created and affixed. The nurse then scans the baby’s wristband and bottle to confirm a match, and then feeds the baby.

The T-13 medical tablet is easily carried, allowing nurses and medical professionals to move along their workflow with ease. An antimicrobial coating which mitigates the growth of harmful pathogens also is present on the T-13’s casing, creating a safer and cleaner working environment for your hospital’s staff.

Upgrade Your Human Milk Workflow With Tangent

Human milk workflows can be a challenge for even the best of hospitals. With The T-13 medical tablet, these workflows can become easy and safe. For more information, contact Tangent Sales today.

Long Lasting Medical Computers For Hospital Use

This pandemic has put strain on the entire country’s medical resources. Hospitals around the nation have had to conserve PPE and doctors have had to pull an inordinate amount of shifts. In the midst of this crisis, having dependable equipment and personnel has been crucial to every hospital’s success. As the end of the pandemic nears, hospitals can begin looking to the future of what healthcare may look like. Dependable equipment got hospitals through this pandemic, and with Tangent medical computers they can be prepared for whatever comes next.

Durable Medical Computers From Tangent

Medical computers need to be available for use in the hospital on a 24/7 basis. A lapse in medical grade computer availability may spell disaster for your patients who need care the most. With Tangent medical computers, 24/7 operation is no issue.

With medical computers like the E24B, your most vital medical operations don’t have to wait. With hot-swap battery technology, the E24B can run on a 24/7 basis — even when unplugged. This allows the E24B to function on medical carts, in the operating room, and more without needing auxiliary power.

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Tangent E24B Medical Computer

Every medical grade computer from Tangent is built to rugged specifications that make them durable and long lasting. Each of Tangent’s medical computers are built to UL60601 certifications for hospital use.

Above all, Tangent backs their medical computers with an impressive 3.5 year warranty. This warranty allows you peace of mind knowing that your hospital’s equipment can and will last in the hospital. What’s more, Tangent also offers 24/7, U.S. based technical support services for all their medical computers free of charge. In the rare event of a technical mishap, Tangent agents will gladly assist your hospital in a quick and professional manner.

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Clean Medical Computers From Tangent

Tangent medical grade computers aren’t just durable, they’re also antimicrobial. Medical computers like the M24t feature an antimicrobial coating on their surfaces. This coating mitigates the growth of harmful pathogens on the computer’s surfaces, creating a safer and cleaner environment for your medical staff.

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M24T Medical Computer

The touchscreens on Tangent’s medical computers are also fully washable and IP rated for water resistance. This allows your cleaning staff to use traditional cleaning agents on their screens without worry.

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Your doctors have relied on their equipment throughout this pandemic. Make sure that they have the best possible medical computer equipment after with Tangent. Contact Tangent Sales today for more information.

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Antimicrobial All-In-One Medical Computers

While vaccination programs are underway throughout the United States, multiple areas are seeing a worrying rise in both cases and hospitalizations. States along the East coast are struggling to further lower their curves, as case numbers remain stagnant. Hospitals around the country need to remain vigilant in their fight against the pandemic. One of the easiest ways to keep medical professionals safe during these times is to equip them with antimicrobial medical grade computers.

Antimicrobial Medical Computers

As this pandemic has shown, infections can easily spread in the hospital. Masks, gloves, and regular safety precautions can go a long way in helping to prevent the spread of illness. But antimicrobial medical computers add an extra layer of protection to your hospitals.

Tangent M24T Medical Computer

Antimicrobial medical computers like the M24T from Tangent feature a durable coating that mitigates the growth of harmful pathogens on its surface. This antimicrobial coating helps prevent the spread of disease by reducing the amount of pathogens present on one of the most widely touched surfaces in the hospital.

Antimicrobial medical computers are also IP rated for water resistance. This means that their screens can be cleaned with traditional sanitation supplies without any damage being sustained to the computer itself.

Customizable Medical Computers For Every Occasion

Medical computers from Tangent aren’t just antimicrobial, they are fully customizable. Take the E24B for instance. This all-in-one medical grade computers is as adaptable as it is powerful. With a built-in touchscreen, the E24B can be operated as a traditional desktop computer or tablet. What’s more, with the E24B’s hot-swap batteries, the medical computer can be equipped to medical carts with ease.

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E24B from Tangent

When on medical carts, the E24B can run on a 24/7 basis. Simply swap out batteries throughout the day as needed, there’s no need to park the entire cart and wait for it to charge.

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This pandemic has forced hospitals to be on constant alert for the safety of both their employees and patients. Now, the end of the pandemic is in sight. But now is not the time to relax your hospital’s safety plan. Keep your hospital safe until vaccinations can be fully administered with antimicrobial computers from Tangent. For more information, contact Tangent Sales today.

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4 Uses For Medical Grade Computers In The Hospital

With the United States having administered over 100 million vaccines, an end to the pandemic is not only within sight but actively being approached. The response to this crisis has fallen largely on our nation’s hospitals, who have consistently provided their communities with the quality medical care they need. Hospitals need to remain vigilant during these waning days, and to that end Tangent is here to provide the equipment they need. Finding the right tool for the job can be challenging, but sometimes the right tool is a multifunctional one. Medical Computers offer hospitals a number of solutions in one package, here’s just a few of them.

Medication Witnessing

Medication witnessing is a necessary step in medicine handling that promotes safe use. But this process can be a laborious challenge, often requiring medical professionals to remember a list of complicated passwords and login credentials. Tangent medical computers like the Medix 22 offer a simple yet elegant solution with MedWitness. MedWitness allows doctors, nurses, and medical assistants to use just their badge to witness medication disposal. A multiband RFID reader allows for multiple badges to be used at once, and helps streamline your hospital’s clerical work. 

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M22 Medical Grade Computer

Telehealth Appointments

While the pandemic may be winding down, telehealth appointments certainly are not. Almost 70% of telehealth users enjoy the service, and with a year’s worth of appointments, patients are sure to continue wanting this virtual service. Medical computers from Tangent have been built with telemedicine in mind for years. They feature high-clarity front-facing cameras and crisp microphones that help doctors develop personal relationships with their patients, despite the digital divide. 

Medical computers from Tangent also are perfect for remote monitoring situations, where patients need to routinely check in with their doctors. 

24/7 Medical Carts

Medical carts are a crucial part of the medical sphere, allowing doctors and nurses rapid access to equipment. But one of the major downsides to these carts is that they need to be charged. Rotating through entire medical carts can be costly and time consuming. Tangent has solved this issue by creating medical computers with removable, swappable batteries. This hot-swap battery technology allows medical computers like the E24B from Tangent to operate on a 24/7 basis without needing to be plugged in.

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Medix E24B Medical Computer

Keeping Doctors Informed

Keeping your doctors informed while in the hospital can be a challenge. Doctors still rely on pages to have vital information given to them, wherever they may be in the hospital. But these devices can lack specific details that could potentially be life saving. With medical tablets from Tangent, this is no longer the case. Medical tablets like the M8 allow doctors to receive updates like patient charts, emergency notifications, and more from anywhere in the hospital.

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Tangent Medix M8

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Tangent offers a variety of medical computers that are specialized for medical care, yet nearly universal in their applications. Contact Tangent today for more information on multifunctional medical computers.

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How Can Hospitals Combat Hackers During This Pandemic?

Each and every day, hackers try their best to take down cybersecurity systems around the world, and those of hospitals are no exception. The New York Times has reported that Russian hackers have attempted to steal information on possible vaccines from the U.S. last week. In addition, over 140 high profile figures had their twitter accounts hacked last week in a devastating cyber attack. This only goes to show that even during a pandemic, cyber security must remain a top priority. Maintaining your hospital’s cybersecurity is crucial, here are three ways to help keep your hospital safe.

Choose The Right Medical Computers

Not every medical computer is created equal, and it shows when it comes to cyber security. Having secure medical computers is crucial for hospitals to thwart hacking and ransomware attempts, and there are no better medical computers for the job than those from Tangent. Medical grade computers from Tangent are built with your hospital’s safety in mind, both in the medical and cyber sense.

Medical grade computers like the M24T from Tangent come equipped with TPM 2.0 for maximum cybersecurity. This module ensures that the computer boots up and functions as it should, helping prevent costly breakdowns.  In addition, this module can prevent dictionary cyberattacks a method used by hackers to figure out passwords from occurring on your medical grade computers.

Keep Your Medical Grade Computers Updated

The longer a piece of software sits without being updated, the more time potential hackers have to crack it. When you update software on your medical computer, you’re not just receiving the latest additions. These updates make it harder for hackers to break into the software, as they now have to start from scratch in finding a vulnerability. Keeping your medical computers updated is the easiest way to help ward off potential cyber criminals.

Keep Your Doctors And Nurses Informed

Your medical computers are only as smart as the medical staff using them. It is important to train your staff not only how to use their medical grade computer, but also how to recognize suspicious activity. While this pandemic has strained hospital resources, it is this same strain that can make employees more susceptible to falling for cyber tricks like phishing scams. Make sure that your medical staff stay vigilant about such attempts.

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Tangent medical computers are designed with antimicrobial enclosures and TPM modules to keep your hospital safe from physical and digital pathogens. Keep your hospital running inside and out with medical grade computers from Tangent.

What Is Remote Monitoring On Medical Computers?

There is a lot of talk about telehealth these days, and while it has been a vital tool during this pandemic, there have been other medical computer-based solutions that have been overlooked. One such solution is remote monitoring via medical computers, which can help hospitals continue to treat patients without putting them in harm’s way.

What Is Remote Monitoring On Medical Computers?

Simply put, remote monitoring takes the idea of telehealth to its logical endpoint. While telehealth is used primarily for appointments such as primary care visits, remote monitoring allows doctors to monitor the vitals of patients from their own home. This allows doctors access to the vital patient information they need to make healthcare decisions without putting either the doctor or patient at risk.

The same temporary rules that have made telehealth more accessible during the pandemic have also made remote monitoring more feasible. Now any hospital using medical grade computers can easily set up remote monitoring.

Remote Monitoring In The Home

Right now, high-risk patients have enough on their plate. Asking them to put their health on the line to come into the hospital might be a big ask. But the regular trips that these patients make to the hospital are also necessary for doctors to determine the next step of their care plan. Remote monitoring allows for doctors to get the information they need, and for patients to be out of harm’s way.

Major players in the healthcare industry, both private and public, are preparing for telehealth. Telehealth with medical computers has proven to be an effective way of social distancing, and could potentially save lives. Make sure that your hospital takes advantage of all the programs available, and implements this crucial technology.
Remote Monitoring On Tangent Medical Computers Is Easier Than Ever

Wearable sensors, self administered tests, implanted sensors, and more are now available for patients at home. The information these devices collect can be transmitted directly to their doctor’s medical grade computer. In essence, remote monitoring allows for pre-pandemic levels of patient care via medical grade computers.

Remote Monitoring In The Hospital

The obvious benefit to remote monitoring is that doctors can once again get the information they need to make informed decisions. But there are other benefits to hospitals in general. High-risk patients such as those with heart failure can be safely monitored at their home, allowing for more ICU beds to be available in this crisis.

Furthermore, remote monitoring can be used inside the hospital to keep track of infected patients on medical grade computers without putting medical staff at risk. Remote monitoring can even lead to faster response times.

Setup Remote Monitoring With Tangent Today

Remote monitoring can be a crucial part of your hospital’s pandemic preparedness plan. With Tangent’s medical grade computers, your doctors can safely and securely access patient information on fully sanitizable and antimicrobial medical computers and medical grade tablets. Contact a Tangent medical grade computer expert today to learn more.

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Is Virtual Primary Care Possible With Telehealth On Medical Computers?

As we march through this pandemic, the ways in which we live our daily lives have changed drastically. One of these ways is the adoption of telehealth technology for non-essential primary-care visits. In March alone, telehealth visits were up 4346.94% compared to March 2019. The quickly expanding scale of telehealth on medical computers is astonishing, but can it keep up?

While telehealth on medical computers has seen a drastic rise in use since the beginning of the pandemic, it has only done so due to an all-hands-on-deck effort by the federal government, insurance companies, and local hospitals. Will these support systems remain after this pandemic has been curbed?

Major players in the healthcare industry, both private and public, are preparing for telehealth. Telehealth with medical computers has proven to be an effective way of social distancing, and could potentially save lives. Make sure that your hospital takes advantage of all the programs available, and implements this crucial technology.
Telemedicine Is Easier Than Ever, But Can It Keep Up?

Nothing is concrete as of yet, however there are promising signs that show that telehealth on medical computers is here to stay. For one, reopenings around the country are being put on pause as case numbers increase. This will inevitably require telehealth to be in use longer, and for it to become more normalized.

Patients are already seeing the benefits of using telehealth on medical computers versus going to the hospital in person, and it is unlikely this pandora’s box will be able to be closed. Given that patients are enjoying telehealth visits, this cultural shift may necessitate permanent changes that allow for broader telehealth use.

A new upcoming Medicare payment rule includes a plan to permanently expand reimbursement for telehealth services. This would allow the medical computer based system to stay long after the pandemic, as patients would have the costs of these appointments partially covered. However, other branches of government would have to get onboard to make the temporary changes elsewhere permanent.

Telehealth is a way for doctors to communicate with patients without being in the same room as them. Utilizing medical grade computers, doctors are able to meet virtually with patients in a similar way to how over-the-phone appointments work. However, the use of medical grade computers makes telehealth a far superior option to over-the-phone appointments.
Telehealth Has Become Ingrained In Healthcare

Not only do patients and the government want telehealth on medical computers to be a permanent option for hospital visits, but it may soon be necessary. The country is soon to face a shortage of primary-care physicians. We could be lacking as many as 122,000 physicians by 2032.

Telehealth on medical computers offers a promising solution, allowing doctors to see more patients remotely than they would in person. Telehealth appointments could potentially solve this shortage, and keep our medical system running smoothly.

The sudden increase of telehealth use has had a lasting impact on the way we view medical appointments. With all signs pointing to telehealth on medical computers being normalized, it is looking more likely that virtual primary care via telehealth is around the corner.

Tangent is a leading supplier of medical grade computers. Sanitizable computers help prevent infections in hospitals.

Utilize Industrial PCs To Their Fullest It is becoming more clear that the path forward for many industrial facilities is to take advantage of new technology and transition into a smart factory. With Tangent industrial PCs, this can be easily accomplished. Tangent has a wide range of industrial PCs, ranging from mini industrial PCs to full panel PCs. From touchscreen industrial PCs, to ones that can withstand extreme temperatures, there's a Tangent industrial PC that can help your facility.

Tangent: Three Ways For Industry To Bounce Back

As the nation looks towards reopening, industrial sectors around the country will need to rethink how they do business. As our economy recovers, it will be at the expense of sectors unwilling to transform the way they operate. Keeping your business looking toward the future is crucial to maintaining a healthy and successful company. To that end, here are three ways to help businesses in the industrial sector get back on track.

Make Use Of New Technology

With coal consumption recently falling behind renewable energy, it is becoming more clear that new technologies are being mainstream. Ensuring that your factory, food processing plant, or industrial business is making use of these technologies is crucial to recovering. Besides ensuring that your business is making full use of green technology, there are other ways to keep your business ahead of the curve. For instance, the use of the most advanced industrial PCs can be a game changer for recovering from this crisis.

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Transform Your Facility Into A Smart Factory

With advanced industrial PCs, your facility can begin the transformation into a smart factory. A smart factory is a factory that uses industrial PCs to create a fully networked factory. With a combination of industrial PCs, sensors, and networking, your factory can see productivity increase dramatically. This process of transitioning to a smart factory is being coined as Industry 4.0, a new industrial revolution of sorts.

 

Utilize Industrial PCs To Their Fullest

It is becoming more clear that the path forward for many industrial facilities is to take advantage of new technology and transition into a smart factory. With Tangent industrial PCs, this can be easily accomplished. Tangent has a wide range of industrial PCs, ranging from mini industrial PCs to full panel PCs. From touchscreen industrial PCs, to ones that can withstand extreme temperatures, there’s a Tangent industrial PC that can help your facility.

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Transition Into The Future With Tangent

With Tangent industrial PCs, the future does not have to be as murky as it is now. Tangent industrial PCs can help your facility transition into a smart factory and be ready for the future of manufacturing.

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With the country on the path towards reopening, hospitals have begun transitioning their facilities to accommodate regular appointments and patients. But will patients be willing to return to hospitals during this crisis? More patients than ever are seeing their doctors remotely via telemedicine technologies such as Medical All-In-One PCs. In addition, more Americans than ever are seeing trips to the hospital as risky. The question then becomes, how can hospitals create a welcoming environment for patients to want to return to?

Medical All-In-One PCs For Full Hospital Use

With the country on the path towards reopening, hospitals have begun transitioning their facilities to accommodate regular appointments and patients. But will patients be willing to return to hospitals during this crisis? More patients than ever are seeing their doctors remotely via telemedicine technologies such as Medical All-In-One PCs.  In addition, more Americans than ever are seeing trips to the hospital as risky. The question then becomes, how can hospitals create a welcoming environment for patients to want to return to?

Getting Patients Comfortable Again

Just a few months ago, hospitals were viewed as places where people would go to get healthier. It is possible to return the people’s viewpoint back to this by getting patients comfortable with the idea of going to the hospital again. While this is easier said than done, there are steps that hospitals can take to make patients more comfortable. Patients are already comfortable using medical all-in-one PCs and taking telemedicine away from them is not the answer. Instead, allowing patients to continue using telemedicine appointments will keep them comfortable and allow doctors and nurses to foster their patient relationships effectively. This can lead to patients ultimately returning to hospitals for elective procedures.

Explore Contactless Solutions

Even if not used in the home, telemedicine can play a part in healthcare. Allowing patients the option of seeing nurses via telemedicine on medical all-in-one PCs instead of in person before their doctor visits may help them feel safer. In addition, the use of a fully sanitizable touchscreen medical grade computer in a patient’s room can help them interact with their doctor in a safe, contactless way.

Utilize Technology To The Fullest

Above all, technology can help patients feel safe in the hospital after this crisis passes. With medical grade computers, patients can feel safe knowing that a fully antimicrobial enclosure is protecting their users. Both doctors and patients can use such medical grade computers to communicate in a social distant manner, all while staying safe.

Medical Grade Computers: Built For Comfort

Medical all-in-one PCs are a stepping stone in returning hospitals to a sense of normalcy across the country. With their fully sanitizable touchscreens and antimicrobial enclosures, they are safe and effective tools for healthcare reopening.

Tangent is a leading supplier of medical grade computers. Sanitizable computers help prevent infections in hospitals.