Better Medical Computer-Aided Diagnosis

Better Medical Computer-Aided Diagnosis

Computer-aided diagnosis is rapidly becoming an integral part of every hospital’s toolbox.While currently primarily used only for immunostaining operations, CAD has many promising prospects for future use. But even now, state-of-the-art hospitals utilize CAD to analyze x-rays, propose diagnoses, and get important second opinions from an unbiased source. Preparing your hospital with the best medical computers now means that as CAD systems evolve, your physicians will be at the forefront of medical technology.

How CAD Works On Medical Computers

While CAD may seem daunting, it is actually quite easy to understand. CAD systems utilize a mix of machine learning algorithms that are designed to identify harmful anomalies in the body. These systems can be used by radiologists and clinicians to get second opinions on mammograms and other x-ray based applications.

Tangent E24B Medical Computer
Tangent E24B Medical Computer

Powerful medical computers like the E24B can be used to quickly and accurately display CAD readouts. The E24B sports an impressive 24 inch screen that allows clinicians to see every detail an x-ray can offer. The adaptive touch screen allows users to zoom in and out on CAD readouts and see areas the software has highlighted for further investigation.

Practical CAD Uses Today In The Hospital

Hospitals use a number of computer-aided diagnosis programs today. While some A.I. based programs seek to replace doctors in the diagnosis process, CAD systems simply augment the process. CAD systems are used to detect a number of illnesses including: pulmonary nodes, lung cancer, and even polyps in the colon. In all of these instances, CAD systems have allowed doctors to analyze bodily hazards with a fine-tooth comb.

CAD Uses In The Near Future

CAD systems are constantly adapting. New uses for CAD systems on medical computers are possible thanks to its basis on machine learning. These machine learning models become more proficient at identifying issues as diagnosis methods become more refined and systematic.CAD programs on medical computers will be able to identify the earliest signs of diseases like Diabetes, as well as alert doctors to abnormalities that could potentially become an issue.

Tangent M24T Medical Computer

Of course, these systems are only as good as the medical grade computers they run on. Your hospital will be prepared for the future of medical technology thanks to diagnostic purpose-built medical computers like the M24T. The M24T features some of the latest in Intel processing technology, as well as a lightning fast NVMe storage system that is over 30 times faster than traditional HDD systems.

Prepare for Computer-Aided Diagnostics With Tangent

The pandemic has drastically accelerated the pace at which our society is turning to technology. Machine learning is a part of this acceleration. Doctors, radiology technicians, and clinicians will soon be able to use CAD systems in their daily tasks. Make sure they are able to run these programs smoothly and efficiently with Tangent. Learn more by contacting Tangent Sales Today.

Medical Grade Computers

Hospitals have a wide range of unique needs. Doctors and nurses need specialized equipment for every division within the hospital, from the operating room to the ward. Traditional equipment doesn’t cut it in these situations. Hospitals need tools and equipment designed specifically for use in the hospital. Nowhere is this more easily seen than in a hospital’s computing needs.

Commercial computers that one may see in an office or warehouse may appear to be fine for the hospital. Websites and vendors may even tout these computers as perfect for the medical setting, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Hospitals and medical clinics need computers designed specifically for the medical setting for a number of reasons. Tangent’s Medical grade computers fit this bill, being created for hospitals while going above and beyond medical requirements.

What Are Medical Grade Computers?

Medical grade computers are designed for medical applications, but what does that mean exactly? Compared to traditional commercial computers, medical grade computers must meet a number of specifications. There are many companies that claim to have medical grade computers, but not every company follows the same guidelines. 

There are no formal requirements for a computer to have the ‘medical grade’ qualification. This allows many companies to sell computers that meet only the bare minimum qualifications for the medical setting. 

Not at Tangent.

Tangent medical grade computers meet all of the electronic medical equipment standards and then some. Each computer sold by Tangent meets UL 60601 certifications for electronic equipment. This ensures that medical grade computers from Tangent do not emit harmful electrical radiation that could potentially cause issues with other equipment.

Meeting HIPAA compliance standards is also a top priority for Tangent. Each of their computers are HIPAA compliant, meaning that they are ready to protect sensitive patient information. Tangent medical grade computers allow hospitals to have one less worry when it comes to protecting patient privacy.

These two qualities — meeting UL 60601 certifications and being HIPAA compliant — are commonplace for medical grade computers. But these two qualities are only the minimum that hospitals should look for when choosing new computers. In reality, medical grade computers should have many more features that help them in the hospital. To get a better sense of what these features should be, let’s take a look at the types and uses of computers.

Types Of Medical Grade Computers

Medical grade computers come in a number of varieties. Each of these varieties is designed not only for a specific purpose, but also to be adaptable to any situation. This allows Tangent’s computers to be used in many different situations that may come up in your hospital. As the pandemic has shown, hospitals need to be able to adapt quickly and efficiently to new circumstances. 

  • Medical Cart Medical Grade Computers: Medical carts equipped with computers are quickly becoming essential in the hospital. Crash carts carry supplies for emergencies, while other supply carts are used to transfer medication and other supplies easily throughout the hospital. Medical grade computers designed for these carts need to be built for mobility as well as usability.

But one of the biggest challenges in sourcing medical grade computers for carts is their effect on downtime. Medical grade computers typically rely on internal batteries for their power. This means that everyday, medical carts must be taken out of rotation and plugged in to charge. The result is that hospitals have far more medical carts than they need, while only getting to use a fraction of their fleet.

Medical grade computers like the E24B from Tangent solve this problem with their hot swap battery system. The E24B features two battery compartments, allowing for batteries to be swapped out with minimal interruption to uptime. Simply take charged batteries and swap them out one by one, then take the depleted batteries back to their charger. With this hot swap battery system, medical grade computers from Tangent can help your medical carts operate on a virtual 24/7 basis.

  • Desktop Medical Grade Computers: The most common type of medical computer in your hospital is probably the one sitting on the desks of your staff. Doctors, nurses, clerks, medical assistants, and others all need dedicated workstations to keep on top of their tasks. Medical grade computers designed for desktop use need to be versatile, sleek, and most importantly, intuitive. 

Desktop computers like the M24T are perfect for your medical staff’s workstations. The M24T features a wide, 24 inch screen that can display multiple medical programs at once. This widescreen is also touch-enable, allowing medical staff to use the M24T in much the same way as their own cell phone.

Doctors can use the M24T’s touch screen to get a closer look at Xrays, using pinching and pulling finger movements to manipulate the image. They can also use the touch screen to quickly and easily navigate through electronic medical records. This touchscreen is also fully washable, meaning that multiple staff can use the touch screen in one day with regular cleanings.

  • Portable Medical Grade Computers: An often overlooked, but vital piece of the medical grade computer fabric is their portable versions. Portable computer tablets have been widely adopted by many industries as a fast and simple way to keep track of employees while also increasing productivity. Yet their adoption in the medical setting leaves something to be desired.

Instead of equipping your medical staff with archaic pager systems, try outfitting them with medical grade computer tablets like the T13. The T13 tablet is designed to be carried throughout the hospital. With a convenient handle and drop resistance, medical staff can carry the T13 anywhere.

The T13 doesn’t sacrifice power for portability, and can easily run numerous medical programs. It allows for doctors to access medical records from anywhere in the hospital. This means that doctors can get refamiliarized with a patient’s history while on the way to seeing them. Doctors can also respond to correspondence while on the move, as well as respond to emergencies. With portable medical grade computers, downtime becomes a thing of the past.

These are just a few categories that medical grade computers can fall into. But this doesn’t mean that these computers can only do these specialized tasks. Tangent medical computers are adaptable above all else. This level of customization allows for hospitals to rapidly adjust to new situations with ease.

Highly Customizable Medical Grade Computers

The medical setting is constantly shifting, and so are its needs. With highly customizable medical grade computers from Tangent, your hospital can meet these shifts head on. 

Let’s say that your hospital is planning on upgrading its medical cart fleet with medical grade computers capable of operating on a near 24/7 basis. This can drastically improve your single cart efficiency, but may mean that you have an excess of carts. You’re not sure how many carts will be needed after this switch, but don’t want to over or under purchase on new computers. 

With medical grade computers like the T24B from Tangent, these situations have an easy solution. The T24B features a standard VESA mounting system. This adaptable system allows the T24B to be mounted to desktop stands, mounted arms, and medical carts. With so many ways to make use of the T24B, your hospital can acquire enough medical grade computers for each medical cart without worrying that some will need to be returned. 

Other situations may see your hospital need more RFID or barcode scanners. Whether it be for medication witnessing or human milk workflows, Tangent has medical grade computers that can help your staff meet goals and deadlines.

Antimicrobial Medical Grade Computers

One of the phrases that doctors live by is “do no harm.” Doctors must always prioritize their patient’s health, as well as be vigilant against potential mishaps. Shouldn’t their equipment also attempt to do no harm?

This may sound silly at first, but your hospital’s equipment can do real harm. Technology like computers and phones are littered with pathogens. These pathogens can potentially cause nosocomial infections throughout the hospital. With multiple medical assistants, nurses, and doctors sharing the same medical grade computer throughout the day, the chances of infection only increase. 

It doesn’t have to be this way. Medical grade computers from Tangent feature an antimicrobial coating on their surfaces. This coating mitigates the growth of pathogens on the computer, allowing for a reduction in the amount of bacteria present in the hospital. 

Medical grade computers featuring this antimicrobial coating can give your medical staff ease of mind while using them. Instead of worrying about potentially spreading disease throughout the hospital, doctors can focus on what’s actually important: their patients. In this way, your medical staff can be equipped with equipment that does its best to also do no harm.

Create A Better Hospital With Tangent 

As hospitals emerge from this pandemic, they have a real opportunity to reorganize how they work. Hospitals can create an adaptive and new hospital system Instead of attempting to revert back to the beginning of 2020. Hospitals can, at the very least, take this opportunity to reevaluate their workflows and find solutions to enhance their productivity.

Hospitals can accomplish this with upgraded medical grade computers in the hands of their medical staff. Whether it be at their workstation, equipped to a medical cart, or in their hands while on the move, doctors and nurses can and will find ways to use their new medical grade computers to their advantage.

Don’t wait to improve your hospital. Create a better, more flexible hospital today for your medical staff and patients. Contact Tangent Sales today for more information on how updated medical grade computers can help your hospital emerge from this pandemic better than ever.

Telemedicine for after the pandemic

Telemedicine With Medical Computers In A Post-Pandemic World

The last year has been a challenging one for many hospitals. The pandemic strained resources and personnel throughout the winter. But things are beginning to turn around, thanks in part to the widespread availability of vaccines. As hospitals exit the pandemic, they must turn their sights back towards helping everyday patients. The lessons learned in the pandemic should not go to waste however. The pandemic has accelerated medical grade computer adoption in the medical industry, and this adoption still has a place in a post-pandemic world.

Telemedicine With Medical Computers

Telemedicine has seen a remarkable boom in use during the pandemic. Patients with severe conditions rely on hospitals for their treatments. These could be needed on a weekly or daily basis. But when the pandemic hit, these patients were faced with a stark choice: receive the treatment they need and potentially put themselves in harm’s way, or forgo treatment and similarly see a decline in their health.

Neither option is ideal, and that’s where telemedicine came in. Telemedicine on medical computers allowed doctors to virtually connect with their most at-risk patients. Their patients in turn received the quality healthcare they needed. This was accomplished thanks to medical computers like the M24T from Tangent.

Tangent M24T Medical Computer

The M24T from Tangent is a full-fledged medical computer built with telehealth in mind. The M24T has an impressive front-facing camera that doctors can use in telehealth appointments to allow their patients to actually see them. This face-to-face contact is crucial not only for your patient’s peace-of-mind, but also for your doctors to better understand their patients.

The M24T also has a full touchscreen. This touchscreen allows doctors to view medical charts, x-rays, and other medical information using just their hands. This intuitive design facilitates easier communication between doctors and their patients, and cuts down on wasted time during telemedicine appointments.

Medical computers like the M24T can also connect with remote monitoring technology. Remote monitoring has allowed doctors to remotely perform the tests that some high-risk patients need on a daily or weekly basis, all without needing patients to actually come into the hospital. 

All Of The Convenience With None Of The Hassle

Tangent medical computers allow patients to visit with their doctors remotely, getting all the medical care they need without the hassle. For more information, contact Tangent Sales today.

MRI scanning with medical computer

Medical Computers For MRI Scans

Hospitals are home to a variety of medical practices, each with their own unique needs. Each practice has a number of rooms that house specialty equipment. Equipping your hospital with medical computers that can be adapted to these specialty situations can be a challenge. But with Tangent medical computers, your hospital’s workstations can be easily configured for every unique need.

One area that your hospital’s workflow may need improvement in is its Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) testing. MRIs are vital for multiple areas of the hospital, and their speed and accuracy can affect multiple patients. Creating a better MRI workflow can help your hospital be a more productive workplace.

MRI Scanning With Medical Computers

MRIs are a common, noninvasive test that are used widely. MRIs can help doctors diagnose potentially life threatening conditions quickly and safely. Of course, the actual MRI machine is only one half of the equation. Doctors need a dependable medical computer workstation to access and view MRI scans.

With medical computers like the M24T from Tangent, Doctors can have an MRI workstation like no other. The M24T features a lightning fast NVMe storage system. NVMe systems can be up to 30 times faster than traditional disk-based storage computers. The M24T can open and load MRI scans in a snap with this NVMe storage.

The M24T also comes equipped with a washable touch screen. This touchscreen allows doctors to easily manipulate and transform the MRI scan they are looking at. Doctors can intuitively use their fingers to enlarge certain areas of a scan for a better look, or easily compare one scan to another.

Create A Better Hospital With Tangent

Creating a better functioning hospital starts with analysing the areas that can be streamlined. MRIs are a vital tool for every hospital, and their efficiency can affect a number of other areas. Make sure that your doctors are equipped with medical computer workstations that are not only designed for the hospital, but for your doctors as well. For more information, contact Tangent Sales today.

Medical Computer Tablets For Better Communcation

Better Internal Communication In Hospitals With Medical Tablets

The medical industry has made many strides in their approach to workflows to combat this pandemic. However there are still a number of areas for hospitals to improve. Communication is one such area. There are few other places where communication is as critical to outcomes as the hospital. Everything from proper diagnoses, medication, and caregiving requires clear communication throughout the hospital.

Despite this, hospitals still lag in facilitating better communication among medical staff. A study by the Ghent University Hospital found that, “There is room for improvement of both content and timeliness of written communication.” The study also concluded that written communication remains a key tool in hospitals, despite their ever growing digitization.

Hospitals have begun using medical computers for everything from telehealth appointments to medication witnessing. They can improve their internal communications in the same way by utilizing medical grade tablets.

Better Communication With Medical Tablets

Doctors and nurses are constantly on the move throughout the hospital. Their daily tasks can leave them with little downtime to sit at their desk and check their emails. This lack of time can lead to important queries going unanswered, leading to delays in treatment or frustration on the side of the sender. 

Medical professionals can stay on top of their internal communications with medical tablets. Medical tablets like the T13 from Tangent are fully equipped to help keep doctors informed throughout their day. Doctors can easily check on emails and correspondence while on the move throughout the hospital. They can also check on a patient’s medical records, information, and more while on their way to check-ups.

T-13 Medical Tablet from Tangent

Nurses can use the built-in barcode scanner to easily keep track of medication while administering it. Using the T13’s built-in RFID scanner, nurses can verify their badge and medication witnessing password without having to manually enter it. This secure process can save your nurses from having to remember long passwords, and allows IT to implement longer, stronger passwords system wide.

Improve Your Hospital With Tangent

Communication is key in the hospital, and Tangent is here to ensure medical staff are able to communicate in a safe and effective manner. Contact Tangent Sales today for more information.

medical computers mobile workflow

Mobile Workflows With Medical Computers

It’s been many years since congress has mandated hospitals to begin using medical computers to keep track of medical records. The resultant electronic medical records (EMRs) softwares that have emerged have been a productivity boom for the medical industry. EMRs are a safe and quick way for doctors to record and observe their patient’s medical information from anywhere in the hospital. This mobility has made EMRs an indispensable tool in every hospital.

Other workflows in your hospital can also benefit from enhanced mobility. Medical carts specifically are already mobile, but can see an increase in their efficiency when equipped with Tangent medical computers.

Better Medical Record Updating

Nurses have been busier than ever during this pandemic, running around the hospital to perform multiple tasks. They may find themselves in situations where they need to access medical records, but are nowhere near their medical computer workstation.

Medix T13

With mobile carts equipped with Tangent computers, this is no longer an issue. Nurses, doctors, and medical assistants can use the barcode scanner of medical computers like the T13 from Tangent to quickly sign in on any medical device. The T13’s barcode scanner can integrate directly into your hospital’s existing workflow, allowing for medical professionals to easily access information from anywhere within the hospital.

Sanitary And Durable Medical Computers For Medical Carts

Numerous people touch a medical computer in one day. This is especially true for computers on medical carts. Tangent medical computers are designed with an antimicrobial coating. This coating mitigates the growth of harmful pathogens across the surfaces of each Tangent medical grade computer. Take the E24B for instance. The E24B comes equipped with this antimicrobial coating, and can help reduce the rates of nosocomial infections in your hospital.

E22B and E24B from Tangent: built for emergency room use
E24B from Tangent

The E24B also comes standard with hot-swap battery technology. This system allows you to swap out batteries for the E24B rather than having to constantly charge it. Your medical carts will no longer have to be rotated out when their batteries get low. Simply have some batteries charging while the medical cart is out, and swap when necessary.

Mobile Carts With Modular Systems

One of the top features of mobile carts is their versatility. Mobile carts can be host to numerous add-ons depending on their usage. This modularity is greatly expanded with Tangent medical computers.

Tangent medical computers can feature barcode scanners, RFID systems, and more to complement your mobile workflows. Whatever your situation demands, Tangent has a medical computer that can do the job.

Upgrade Your Mobile Workflows With Tangent


Mobile workflows have seen a large increase in their efficiency in the last 20 years. But these increases don’t have to slow down. Your hospital can continue to see increases in productivity with Tangent medical computers on your mobile carts. Learn more by contacting Tangent Sales today.

Better Vaccination Sites With Medical Computers

Vaccinations in the U.S. have been progressing steadily for some time. But new numbers show a worrying decline in new vaccinations in the last few days. People who are reluctant or uniformed are opting to put off getting vaccinated for many reasons. While hospitals cannot address every one of their patient’s concerns, there are ways to make getting vaccinated appealing to the public. Hospitals can update their vaccination station logistics to make getting vaccinated a quick and easy process for patients. 

Creating Faster Vaccination Clinics

One of the slowest parts of the vaccination process is having your Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) go over the five rights. Going over the five rights is crucial to ensuring that your hospital remains HIPAA compliant. These rights are: the right patient, the right time, the right dose, the right medicine, the right route.

It is crucial that LVNs go over these rights every time they administer medication to patients. But using old medical computers can make this process a hassle. LVNs have to do this process for every patient, even though the injection process takes just a fraction of this time. 

Tangent M24T Medical Computer

Using lightning fast Tangent medical grade computers, LVNs can go over the 5 rights in far less time. Medical computers like the M24T from Tangent come equipped with a fully santizable touchscreen. This touchscreen allows LVNs to quickly and easily access medical records without using a keyboard or mouse.

With less time spent on their medical computer, LVNs can spend more time putting needles into arms. This can save a large amount of time over the course of a day, allowing your vaccination clinic to see more people in a given time frame.

Vaccinations With Tangent

Throughout this pandemic, Tangent has remained committed to helping hospitals meet and exceed their goals. Today, we’re helping hospitals and medical centers vaccinate the public and help return our world to a semblance of normality. Tangent medical computers can help your vaccination clinic immunize your community at a faster pace. For more information, contact Tangent Sales today.

3 Uses For Medical Computers In The Hospital

When looking for medical equipment for your hospital, it can be challenging to find the right medical computers. Some are specialized in for use in key areas, while others are too lackluster in their features. Your hospital can get best of both worlds with Tangent medical computers, designed for a wide range of uses in the hospital while staying strong in select niches.

1. EHR Software Without The Hassle

A study by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health and Information Technology recently found that 96 percent of U.S. hospitals use certified EHR technology. It is apparent that EHRs have become the goto way to handle medical records. But EHR software is only as good as the machine it’s running on.

Some medical computers are designed without EHR software in mind. This can lead to slow load times. Medical computers like the M24T from Tangent are built with medical software in mind.

Tangent medical grade computers are the best medical computers
M24T Medical Computer

The M24T is fully capable of handling all certified EHR technology thanks to its 32 GB of RAM. With this amount of RAM, the M24T can run numerous programs simultaneously without slowing down. This medical computer also features NVME storage, which can perform up to 32 times faster than traditional spinning hard disk storage.

2. 24/7 Medical Cart Operation

Medical carts are an indispensable tool in every hospital. But these carts have one major drawback: having to charge. Hospitals can only keep so many of their medical carts in service, reducing their potential.

Tangent E24B Medical Computer
Tangent E24B Medical Computer

With medical computers from Tangent, this is no longer a problem. Medical computers like the E24B feature hot-swap battery technology. The medical computer can run on a 24/7 basis without being plugged in. Simply swap out batteries and charge them with the charging dock.

3. Telemedicine 

The pandemic has shown the importance of telemedicine. Patients have grown accustomed to the service for routine visits, and it likely isn’t going away after the pandemic subsides. Medical computers from Tangent have long since been designed with telemedicine applications in mind. Their built-in cameras and microphones allow doctors to quickly and easily get the face-to-face time they need with their patients.

Building A Better Hospital

Hospitals have adapted in numerous ways throughout this pandemic, in no small part due to their resourcefulness. When doctors need to be flexible, their equipment should be equally as flexible. Tour hospital’s medical computers can be customized for any requirement with Tangent. Contact Tangent Sales today for more information. 

Tangent human milk workflow medical computer

Human Milk Management Medical Computers

Hospitals have learned how to adapt to this pandemic. They have implemented many procedures and upped their sanitization efforts. Vaccination efforts are quickly expanding across the country, and the end of the pandemic is within sight. However, hospitals should not simply return to normal procedures. The same sanitation and safety efforts brought on by the pandemic should be expanded to the entire hospital.

Your hospital’s human milk workflow is one area that may be in need of this expanded care. Human milk management can be a struggle, but it doesn’t have to be.

Better Human Milk Management

Optimizing your human milk workflow can be a breeze with Tangent’s medical grade T13 Tablet. The T13 is a full medical computer in a small, portable package. The T13 features windows 10 and can run all the same medical software as traditional medical computers. What sets the T13 apart for human milk workflows is its unique design and barcode scanner. 

Medix T13

The T13 is designed rugged in anticipation of everything a hospital can throw at it. This medical grade tablet has been drop tested to ensure its viability after a fall — no need to buy a case. A large carry strap is built into the medical tablet, allowing for easy mobility as nurses move from bedside to nursing stations to bottle prep rooms.

With its barcode scanner, the T13 allows nurses to easily handle expressed milk. Simply print labels, affix them to the bottle, and have the T13 medical tablet take care of the rest. The T13 allows nurses to routinely and easily catalogue every milk bottle along its journey to the NICU. 

The T13 is fully validated with Cerner Breast Milk Solution and Workflow, allowing for quick and easy integration into Cerner systems. Together with Cerner, the T13 medical tablet is the ideal way to keep track of human milk across the maternity ward and NICU.

Optimize With Tangent

With Tangent’s T13 medical tablet, human milk workflows can be optimized and digitized. Bottle mixups become all but impossible thanks to the T13’s barcode scanner. With an easy-carry design and drop resistance, nurses can easily keep track of the medical tablet as well. For more information, contact Tangent Sales today.

Tangent medical grade tablets for vaccination stations

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.

Tangent medical tablets for vaccination stations
T-13 Medical Tablet from Tangent

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.