Need a reliable barcode scanner to read your CAC card? We can help! With the CAC1910i, we can scan and transmit both barcodes: the PDF417 on the front and the Code 39 barcode on the back. If required, we can also set the scanner to scan the front barcode but only send the data you require. We often supply the scanners just to transmit the name on the card. This is great for student attendance tracking logs, check in or check out procedures, and mailrooms, when service personnel come to claim packages and mail. TCG CAC 1910i industrial scanner datasheet. Video demonstration here Email us at Sales@tcgbarcode.com or call (410)239-6808.
TCG adds a simple barcode scanner compatible with MICC, United States Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command. This scanner is a USB device and is great for Office automation barcode scanning activities. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions.
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It’s important for the patients and the hospitals. About 15 years ago there were three quarters of a million Adverse drug event(ADE) reports. With the advent of many EHR and barcode medication administration systems-that number is decreasing everyday.
We need to continue the push:
- Patients who experienced adverse drug events (ADEs) were hospitalized an average of 8 to 12 days longer than patients who did not suffer ADEs, and their hospitalization cost $16,000 to $24,000 more.
- Anywhere from 28 percent to 95 percent of ADEs can be prevented by reducing medication errors through computerized monitoring systems.
- Computerized medication order entry has the potential to prevent an estimated 84 percent of dose, frequency, and route errors.
- Hospitals can save as much as $500,000 annually in direct costs by using computerized systems.
TCG was the first company to work with OEM’s in the development of healthcare plastic and FIPS 140-2 secure barcode scanners. We are the original. Let us recommend the best BCMA Scanner for your Health Information Systems such as: AllScripts (Eclypsis), Epic, Cerner, CPIS, McKesson, Meditech, and Siemens.
BCMA Barcode scanner at point of care
Upperco, MD March 7, 2017 — TCGBarcode will provide mission-critical Honeywell Scanner equipment to support the United States Postal Service. The products TCGBarcode will deliver; interface with the USPS Remote Forwarding Software (RFS) system currently being utilized in various USPS Delivery unit facilities. RFS handles the process associated with undeliverable packages. This 5 year IDIQ contract has a total value of $2.8 million.
“TCG is proud to continue its support for our nation’s Postal Service with Honeywell scanning products. The USPS delivers more mail to more addresses in a larger geographical area than any other post in the world. ” said Brian Czawlytko, president and chief operating officer. Danny Miller, customer service manager at TCGBarcode, added “The adoption of RFS will only improve the complex processes it takes to move that amount of mail and parcels. Through the RFS contract and in partnership with Honeywell and the USPS, TCG will contribute to provide top-quality AIDC products and support.”
With our help, Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds
TCGBarcode provides innovative technologies and solutions for various IT programs in the Federal Marketplace; the Dept. of State, Homeland Security, SSA, Veterans Affairs and Justice, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); the DOD community; and other U.S. government customers. We support important national and local projects by providing products and services to federal government agencies and government contractors. TCG’s expertise includes: AIDC Scanning and printing equipment from Honeywell and Zebra, software and systems development; mobile computer information technology, and complete pre-sale and post-sale support and training for everything we ship. Additional information on TCG can be found at www.TCGBarcode.com.