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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.

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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.

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

 

AI Thermal Scanner For Elevated Skin Temperature Detection

AI Thermal Scanner For Better Skin Temperature Detection

While this pandemic continues, there is no such thing as “too much precaution.” Mitigating the risk of infection for those who leave their home will be crucial in preventing more infections. In order to do this, screening employees and customers for symptoms of infection should occur. While traditional temperature scanners are a great way to detect if someone has a fever, this method alone can put employees at risk. With an AI Thermal Scanner Kiosk from Tangent, risk to employees and your business can be minimized.

AI powered skin temperature detection kiosk from Tangent
Tangent Scanner Kiosk: The Best First Defense

AI Thermal Scanner Kiosks: Better For Everyone

With AI Thermal Scanner Kiosks from Tangent, both employees and customers can feel safer while maintaining a semblance of normalcy. The kiosk can be set up at the entrance to your business, whether it be a grocery store, hotel, or retail location. When someone walks up to the kiosk, their skin temperature will be scanned. This process is done entirely without needing the potential entrant to touch the kiosk.

AI powered skin temperature detection kiosk from Tangent

If the AI Thermal Scanner Kiosk detects the person’s skin temperature to be outside your predetermined range, a silent or audible alarm will be triggered to alert staff. Staff can then take the necessary precautions to either further screen the patron for a fever or deny them entry. With an AI Thermal Scanner Kiosk, the risks to both employees and guests is greatly reduced before the risk even enters your business.

AI powered skin temperature detection kiosk from Tangent

Thermal Scanners: The Best First Defense

Thermal scanners work by detecting the skin temperature of the person in front of them. If their skin temperature is elevated, it could be a sign that the person is experiencing a fever. This process ensures that entrants who potentially have symptoms of infection never reach your employees or customers on the inside.

AI powered skin temperature detection kiosk from Tangent

The AI Thermal Scanner Kiosk also uses its AI driven camera to detect whether or not a person is wearing a facemask. If the person being scanned is not, and your facility requires one, they will be informed of the requirement. This cuts down on the number of unmasked persons that your employees have to encounter.

AI powered skin temperature detection kiosk from Tangent
AI Powered Skin Temperature Detection Kiosk From Tangent

Afterwards, entrants who meet your preset skin temperature guidelines can be tested with a traditional fever scanner as a second line of defense. With the combination of an AI Thermal Scanner Kiosk and fever scanner, your facility can offer employees and customers a sense of security they won’t find anywhere else.

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Thermal Temperature Scanner For Elevated Skin Temperature Detection

In these times, taking every precaution possible is crucial to the mitigation of the pandemic. While some infected persons show no symptoms, many do show symptoms. Screening for signs of these symptoms has already been in place for many places such as hospitals for denying entry to potentially infected persons. With a Heatview Thermal Temperature Scanner Kiosk, businesses can screen both employees and customers for elevated skin temperatures.

Thermal Temperature Scanner Kiosk: Firstline Of Defense

While thermal scanner guns are an effective way to scan potential entrants for fevers, there are some drawbacks to this approach. Firstly, these thermal scanners are slow and methodical, requiring constant cleaning and resetting by employees. Secondly, it puts the very employees using them at greater risk of infection.

While thermal scanner guns are important for scanning directly for fevers, their speed can greatly be increased with the inclusion of a Thermal Temperature Scanner Kiosk in the entry process. As a first line of defense, the Thermal Temperature Scanner Kiosk can safely measure a person’s skin temperature from a distance.

If a person’s skin temperature is outside your customized acceptable temperature range, a silent or audible alarm will be triggered. Then, in a safe and controlled manner your staff will be able to assess the potentially infectious person.

Thermal Scanners: Touchless and Sanitary

Unlike other thermal scanners, the Thermal Temperature Scanner Kiosk is built to be a sanitary experience. Patrons can stand as much as six feet away from the thermal scanner kiosk,, and be scanned entirely via voice commands. Patrons never have to directly touch the Thermal Temperature Scanner Kiosk, cutting down the number of times the kiosk needs to be sanitized.

The Thermal Temperature Scanner Kiosk also uses an AI based detection system to see if the patron is wearing a facemask. If your facility requires facemasks and the patron is without one, the kiosk will inform them of this requirement. Staff can then be ready to handle the patron accordingly.

Thermal Scanner Kiosks: The Best First Step

Reopening your businesses does not have to be as much of a risky process. With Thermal Temperature Scanner Kiosk as your first line of defense, entrants can be screened for elevated skin temperatures and both employees and customers can feel comfortable.

AI temperature detection kiosk For Elevated Skin Temperature Detection

Automatic Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk For High Congestion Areas

As infection cases around the country surge, keeping both employees and customers safe during this pandemic is more important than ever. In order to keep both hospitals and places of businesses open, Tangent has designed and manufactured the Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk. With the Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk, entrants can safely be screened for virus symptoms before they enter your facility.

Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Screening: Safe And Effective

Fevers are one of the easiest and most reliable symptoms to detect in infected persons. Many hospitals and places of business already employ fever screening for both employees and patrons for fevers before they are allowed to enter. But one of the major downsides in fever screening is that the process can put employees at risk.

 

Tangent Skin Temperature Detection Kiosk For Elevated Skin temperature Detection
Elevated Skin Temperature Detection Kiosk

With traditional handheld fever scanners, employees have to be within scanning distance of a person who can potentially be infected. But with the Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk, fever screening can be done with reduced risk to employees. Simply setup the skin temperature scanner kiosk, and patrons can interact directly with it in a hands-free manner to have their skin temperature taken.

If a patron’s temperature is outside your preset temperature range, a silent or audible alarm will be triggered and staff can take the necessary precautions to keep your facility safe. Then, patrons who are not showing elevated skin temperatures can have their temperature taken with a traditional fever scanner. This cuts down on the potential for high-risk individuals to enter your facility.

Detection Kiosk For Elevated Skin temperature Detection
Elevated Skin Temperature Detection Kiosk

Aid Fever Screening For High Traffic Areas

With a Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk, entrants can have their skin temperature detected in a safe and fast manner. Without the need for regular cleanings like with handheld fever screening devices, the Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk can allow for an accelerated screening process. This means that patrons can enter a facility faster, and without worry.

Detection Kiosk For Elevated Skin temperature Detection
Elevated Skin Temperature Detection Kiosk

As a double layer of precaution, the AI powered camera can detect whether a person is using a facemask in addition to being a skin temperature detector. If your facility has a mask requirement and the potential entrant is not wearing one, the Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk will inform the potential entrant of this requirement.

With a smaller cleaning requirement and facemask detection, the Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk is perfect for use in high traffic areas. More patrons can be processed in a safer manner, leading to ease of mind for both employees and customers as well as a sense of security.

Detection Kiosk For Elevated Skin temperature Detection
Elevated Skin Temperature Detection Kiosk

Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk: The Best Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner

Scanning for fevers is one of the best methods of screening for symptoms of infection. With the Heatview Elevated Skin Temperature Scanner Kiosk from Tangent, your facility can have its doors open without leaving your employees open to infection.

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

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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.

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Medical Tablets For Hospital Safety

While phased reopenings in various states continue, the trend of infection cases is only increasing. While this is worrisome on its own, the impact this can have on our healthcare system is not to be underestimated. Keeping patients safe is the priority of every hospital, and in these times this priority is all the more challenging. But with Medical Tablets from Tangent, doctors and patients can have a barrier of safety while still giving and receiving medical care.

Medical Tablets: Promote Social Distancing

Hospitals are continuing to make efforts to mitigate the chance of infections for patients and medical staff. While wearing face masks and maintaining an appropriate distance during contact are key to preventing the spread of infection, medical tablets can help take this one step further. With a medical tablet in hand, doctors can talk to patients remotely via telehealth. Whether patients are at their own home or in the hospital, a medical tablet can give patients the face-to-face time they need without putting anyone at risk.

T-13 Medical Tablet from Tangent
T-13 Medical Tablet from Tangent

In the hospital, medical tablets allow doctors to access patient records on-the-go and before they sit down with a patient. This ensures that doctors are only in close proximity to patients for the least amount of time necessary. Patients can also make use of medical tablets in the hospital to safely and reliably contact medical personnel. In nearly every situation, a medical tablet can help promote social distancing and limit social interactions.

Antimicrobial And Fully Sanitizable

Not only do medical tablets from Tangent promote social distancing efforts, they take safety even further. Medical tablets like the T13 from Tangent have fully antimicrobial enclosures. These antimicrobial enclosures mitigate the growth of pathogens on the medical tablet’s surface. This allows medical tablets to be used by multiple medical personnel without the risk of infection poised by non-antimicrobial tablets.

T-13 Medical Tablet from Tangent
T-13 Medical Tablet from Tangent

In addition, medical tablets from Tangent are fully sanitizable with traditional cleaning products. With regular cleanings, medical tablets can safely and effectively keep hospitals running smoothly. The combination of being fully santizable and antimicrobial means that medical tablets from Tangent are the prime candidate for reducing infection risks.

Medical Tablets: Safe And Reliable

Tablets come in all shapes and sizes, but only medical tablets are built for the shape and size demanded by the medical setting. With telehealth options and fully antimicrobial enclosures, medical tablets from Tangent are the right fit for any hospital looking to promote safety.

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

Unlike other medical grade computers, medical all-in-one computers from Tangent are equipped with fully sanitizable touchscreens. These touch screens allow medical computers like the M24T from Tangent to operate as both a tablet and medical computer.

Medical All-In-One Computers For Healthcare

New advancements in medical grade technology are made every day, and Tangent is at the forefront of medical grade computer development. As the role of digital information like Electronic Medical Records (EMR)s and Electronic Health Records (EHR)s in healthcare continues to increase, having the fastest possible access to this information will be vital in providing quality healthcare. At Tangent, our line of all-in-one medical computers is constantly being reimagined to give healthcare professionals the speed and ease of access they need.

Tangent Medical Grade Computers: Touchscreen Enabled

Unlike other medical grade computers, medical all-in-one computers from Tangent are equipped with fully sanitizable touchscreens. These touch screens allow medical computers like the M24T from Tangent to operate as both a tablet and medical computer.

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M24T Medical Computer

With this touchscreen, doctors and nurses alike can quickly and easily access patient information. These screens are fully sanitizable with alcohol based cleaners, ensuring that the risk of interhospital transmission of diseases remains low. In addition, Tangent medical all-in-one computers come with a fully antimicrobial enclosure as an added buffer against harmful pathogens.

The Latest Technology Built In

Tangent builds their medical computers with the latest technology and processes in mind. Medical computers like the E24B from Tangent are equipped with 8th generation Intel processors for maximum efficiency when working with medical programs. With up to an immense 32 gigabytes of RAM, this medical all-in-one computer is capable of multitasking with multiple pieces of medical software at once. With this speed and multitasking capabilities also comes the benefit of RFID and smartcard reader technology, allowing doctors and nurses easy access to these medical computers without having to constantly log in and out.

Tangent E24B Medical Computer
Tangent E24B Medical Computer

Built For Every Medical Setting

Tangent medical all-in-one computers set themselves apart in their ability to operate in nearly every medical environment. From local area health centers to aged care centers, from public hospitals to private hospitals, from mental health institutions to the dentist office, there is a Tangent medical computer built for it. With medical all-one-one computers, you don’t need to choose between a tablet with 24/7 battery life and a stationary medical computer; you can have both.

Tangent Medical Computers: The Perfect Fit

Every medical institution can benefit from medical all-in-one computers in their arsenal of medical technology. Tangent consistently raises the bar in medical computer development by creating multipurpose, exceptionally fast, and safe medical computers.

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

While reducing readmission rates should be the goal of any hospital, the study also found ways to help make readmission as smooth as possible. Part of their strategy is to create a plan for family members and caretakers to use in case a patient needs to be readmitted. In addition, linking inbound and outbound medical records also helped. By using a medical grade computer, doctors can create these game plans for family members and caretakers and securely transfer the files to them. In addition, doctors can use their medical grade computer to combine medical records and ensure that a readmitted patient receives the care they need.

Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates

As hospitals around the country reopen to elective procedures, unresolved challenges must once again be grappled with. One of these challenges is the reduction of hospital readmission rates. Hospital readmission refers to the readmission of a patient less than 30 days after a procedure, normally due to complications. According to the American Institute of Research, nearly one in five patients experience readmission.

While the lowering of this number should be enough to have hospitals take this issue seriously, there are other factors that contribute to the severity of this problem needing to be resolved. Due to the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP), hospitals with an excess in hospital readmission rates may see their medicare payments significantly reduced.

With both the U.S. government taking this problem seriously and the sheer scope of the issue, it is more important than ever for hospitals to take the reduction of readmission rates seriously. Luckily, there is research showing that hospitals can take steps to reduce these rates, potentially saving patient’s time and money.

Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates

In a study titled, “Hospital Strategies Associated With 30-Day Readmission Rates for Patients With Heart Failure” researchers found a number of ways to help reduce readmission rates for patients. One of these methods was to ensure that patients had follow-up appointments before being discharged. By keeping careful track of a patient’s recovery on medical PCs, medical staff can know beforehand whether a patient can be discharged. Then, in a follow up appointment, medical staff can refer to information on their medical grade computer on the patient’s recovery and make the decision on whether or not to discharge them. Keeping a record of a patient’s recovery on a medical PC can ensure patients who would be readmitted will instead remain in care.

Handling Readmission

While reducing readmission rates should be the goal of any hospital, the study also found ways to help make readmission as smooth as possible. Part of their strategy is to create a plan for family members and caretakers to use in case a patient needs to be readmitted. In addition, linking inbound and outbound medical records also helped. By using a medical grade computer, doctors can create these game plans for family members and caretakers and securely transfer the files to them. In addition, doctors can use their medical grade computer to combine medical records and ensure that a readmitted patient receives the care they need.

Hospital Readmission Rates: Reduced With Medical PCs

Reducing hospital readmission rates is a crucial goal in healthcare, and medical PCs can help achieve it. Medical PCs are a type of medical grade computer, and help doctor’s keep track of patient’s records so that readmission is not necessary. When it is, medical PCs can help make the process easy and keep patients healthy. With a medical grade computer at your doctor’s side, there’s nothing they can’t accomplish.

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

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.

Medical PCs are more than just what their name implies. Medical PCs are held to some of the most rigorous standards imposed on computers. At Tangent computers, all of our Medical PCs meet and exceed medical standards. Medical PCs like the Vita KW are UL 60601 certified for hospital use. In addition, Medical PCs that are Tangent computers feature fully antimicrobial enclosures. This means that Tangent computers are more sanitary than traditional computers and are capable of being used by multiple medical staffers in one setting.

Medical PCs In The Hospital Setting

As the nation reopens, so too will our hospitals. The CDC has recently published guidelines for hospitals on how to go about opening their doors for services such as elective surgeries. As hospitals dealing with massive backlogs begin this process, making sure they have the equipment they need will be crucial. Medical PCs can help hospitals deal with this backlog in a safe and sanitary manner.

Medical PCs: Safe And Sanitary

Medical PCs are more than just what their name implies. Medical PCs are held to some of the most rigorous standards imposed on computers. At Tangent computers, all of our Medical PCs meet and exceed medical standards. Medical PCs like the Vita KW are UL-60601 certified for hospital use. In addition, Medical PCs that are Tangent computers feature fully antimicrobial enclosures. This means that Tangent computers are more sanitary than traditional computers and are capable of being used by multiple medical staffers in one setting.

Touchscreen Enabled For Faster Use

Each day, medical staff use touch screens on their cellphones and are well acclimated to them. Tangent computers come with fully sanitizable touch screens built in, allowing medical staff to make full use of their innate touch screen abilities. Medical PCs by Tangent can also use traditional keyboards and mice as well. The E24B from Tangent features one such touchscreen, and can allow medical staff to work through backlogs with ease.

Built For 24/7 Use

What sets Tangent computers apart from other medical PCs for hospital use settings is their ability to run 24/7. Tangent computers feature hot-swap battery technology, which allows them to be used on mobile carts or in areas without plugs without needing to wait hours to charge. In addition, Tangent computers are backed by 24/7 U.S. based technical support. If there’s every a problem with a Tangent computer, it can be solved any time, anywhere.

Tangent Computers: The Best Medical PCs

Medical PCs are held to higher standards than other computers, but Tangent computers are on the highest standard. Medical PCs from Tangent are fully compliant with medical standards, and go beyond with their antimicrobial coating. With fully sanitizable touchscreens and hot-swap battery technology, medical staff can work safely and efficiently in the hospital.