Datalogic Will Showcase Data Capture Solutions for Improving Patient Safety at HIMSS 2015


Eugene, OR (PRWEB) April 10, 2015

Datalogic a global leader in Automatic Data Capture and Industrial Automation markets is excited to be part of this year’s HIMSS 2015 Healthcare IT conference at Chicago’s McCormick Center April 12 – 16. There international healthcare professionals will be able to share ideas, network and see solutions geared towards the improvement of healthcare systems globally.

Datalogic will be exhibiting data capture solutions that address patient safety, one of healthcare’s foremost concerns. Scanning bar codes creates a safer environment for patients from admittance to post care. Using automatic data capture eliminates manual data entry and its potential human error that can be fatal in healthcare environments.

Bar code technology at the point-of-care helps to assure the proper prescription is administered to the proper patient, supporting to the concept of Patient’s Rights. Bar code usage also advances inventory control, asset tracking, lab specimen tracking, data tracking and pharmacy drug verifications.

“Datalogic recognizes the importance of data capture technology in healthcare and has committed considerable resources to bring its benefits to hospitals, clinics, and other medical enterprises,” states Bill Parnell, President/CEO Datalogic ADC. “We have developed healthcare specific products that combine our extensive experience in data collection technology with features such as disinfectant ready plastics with anti-microbial silver ion embedded enclosures.”

Datalogic will be exhibiting their Gryphon™ 2D reader product family with corded and cordless options. Specific Datalogic features available in this and other product lines include their patented ‘Green Spot’ technology for good read silent scanning and the Datalogic STAR Cordless System™ technology that provides a narrow-band communication solution that features total mobility, real-time feedback and bi-directional communications. The Elf™ PDA with disinfectant-ready enclosures provides mobile computing specifically designed for healthcare settings.

Visit the Datalogic at booth 4840 to experience the full line of Datalogic products that can help streamline data collection throughout healthcare systems. While you are there be sure to take a chance to enter a drawing for a Microsoft Xbox gaming system.

Datalogic Group is a global leader in Automatic Data Capture and Industrial Automation markets. As a world-class producer of bar code readers, mobile computers, sensors, vision systems and laser marking systems, Datalogic offers innovative solutions for a full range of applications in the retail, transportation & logistics, manufacturing and healthcare industries. With products used in over a third of world’s supermarkets and points of sale, airports, shipping and postal services, Datalogic is in a unique position to deliver solutions that can make life easier and more efficient for people. Datalogic S.p.A., listed on the STAR segment of the Italian Stock Exchange since 2001 as DAL.MI, is headquartered in Lippo di Calderara di Reno (Bologna). Datalogic Group as of today employs about 2,400 members of staff worldwide distributed in 30 countries. In 2014 Datalogic Group achieved revenues for 464,5 million Euro and invested over 43 million Euro in Research and Development with a portfolio of over 1,100 patents across the world. For more news and information on Datalogic, please visit

Datalogic and the Datalogic logo are registered trademarks of Datalogic S.p.A. in many countries, including the U.S.A. and the E.U. Gryphon is a registered trademark of Datalogic ADC, Inc. in the U.S.A. Elf is a registered trademark of Datalogic ADC, Srl in the U.S.A. and the E.U . Datalogic STAR Cordless System is a trademark of Datalogic ADC Srl. All other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.


Pam McQueen



HR in the Quantified Organization Will Mean Trackable Devices and Enterprise-wide Data, Industry Observers Say


Woodbury, NY (PRWEB) March 25, 2015

Beyond being respected for their keen insight and engaging perspectives of all things related to human resources, what do Stacey Harris, Steve Boese, Robin Schooling, Paul Hebert, and Lance Haun have in common?

They all participated in our new paper, “The Power of HR Technology in the Quantified Organization.” Offered in Lightpaper™ format — a new generation of responsive-content publishing—this paper offers the attitudes and opinions of thought leaders about:

What the “datafication of HR” means to them, and more important, what it should mean to HR leaders today

How the role of HR technology has changed to meet the demands of the quantified organization

What area of HR technology is most likely to have the most immediate and measurable impact on, or in, the quantified organizationStacey Harris, with Sierra-Cedar, says that for HR to play its best role in today’s quantified organization, it needs to review internal and external metrics. But she advises that HR is historically prone to searching outside the organization for data before it examines what’s happening inside. Harris urges HR leaders to ask whether this data really applies to their organization.

Steve Boese, with the HR Technology® Conference & Expo, says that the way HR technology is evolving, HR will soon be quantifying how people spend their time in a much more specific and detailed way than ever before — not only while they’re online at work or using the company’s software, but tracking their personal time, too.

HR strategist Robin Schooling argues that the next step for HR technology will be software that offers better and more robust predictive modeling to enable HR to get ahead of the game on employee retention. It’s an improvement that she says is coming none too soon.

Lance Haun of The Starr Conspiracy believes you could make a compelling argument that HR data has the potential to have an impact throughout the entire organization. Learning and development, Haun hopes, is an area in which HR datafication will have the most immediate impact. Because, he asserts, most organizations simply don’t know their own people.

Something of a contrarian, Paul Hebert makes the case that sometimes HR uses data the same way a drunk uses a lamppost: for support, not illumination. He says HR technology needs to help HR better understand why the data says what it says, not just set HR up to react to the data.

The bottom line: “The Power of HR Technology in the Quantified Organization” is chock-full of easily accessible, highly readable wisdom and delightful opinions for HR leaders today.

About LBi Software

LBi Software provides precisely engineered, customer-focused human resources technology solutions developed from more than 30 years of experience in HR technology and HR processes. Our flagship solution, LBi HR HelpDesk, is an innovative case manager and call-tracking workflow solution that creates a rich and powerful knowledge base on the fly, with a unique tiered pricing structure that appeals to organizations of any size. Our organic belief in — and solid reputation for applying — a true client-vendor partnership on every project ensures a highly configurable solution for businesses with as few as 50 employees or more than 50,000, always designed to put the power in the hands of the employee. In addition, every LBi project is supported by our rich experience and expertise in Mobile Development, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Reporting, and Analytics.

LBi Software is headquartered in Woodbury, N.Y., and is online at

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