Labelman Ltd brings innovative technology into important sectors such as the NHS which faces many challenges, particularly now.

An ageing population and increased demand due to phenomena such as COVID19 means the health services are
increasingly under pressure to monitor and manage their patient intake. Mobile connectivity across hospitals, regions
and communities has never been more important. Identification of patients in the form of ID wristband, Drug, blood
and sample identification in the form of labels, printed at the bedside, and handheld scanners and computers bring
efficiencies to processes, increase effective communication between clinical staff and reduce errors.

In conjunction with Zebra Technologies, who are at the forefront of life sciences technology, Labelman Ltd supply and support
the all important health sector.

1. Positive Patient Identification

From admission to discharge, the demands and complexity of your care environment require precision when matching patients to records, medication, specimens and more. A dynamic patient identification solution enables you to access and confirm essential patient information throughout the entire care journey.

2. Specimen Collection

Misidentified specimen samples create a serious risk to patient safety and can result in misdiagnosis or incorrect treatment. Coupled with reliable mobile devices and printers, healthcare workers can print labels at the point of care and perform a three-point check that confirms the links between specimen collection order, the patient wristband and the labelled container.

3. Laboratory Management

Processing specimens is an essential part of making a critical diagnosis. Poor laboratory inventory management can lead to mistakes that create the need for samples to be retaken and re-evaluated, wasting time the patient may not have. A complete suite of laboratory printers, specimen labels and barcode scanners optimise laboratory management by improving specimen identification and tracking from collection to testing.

4. Pharmacy Management

Medical dispensing errors contribute directly to adverse drug events (ADEs). The FDA reports a mean rate of 4.3 percent, which is a concern for the healthcare industry. One of the most proven and effective methods to prevent medical errors is to use barcoding to identify medications at the unit-dose level for dispensing and administration. This ensures the correct medication is dispensed in the correct dosage for the intended patient, supporting the five rights of medication administration.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like any further information.