Wi-Fi CommunicationsThe epoc™ system leverages the power of wireless technology, allowing caregivers to initiate patient testing and communicate test results in real-time, anywhere within the organization.
What is Wi-Fi? Wi-Fi is a wireless connection protocol which uses radio frequency signals to send data between computers, replacing the need for wired connections. It has become the de facto hospital industry standard for broadband wireless communication of data using an internet protocol within
Information is transferred wirelessly from the point of care using the facility’s Wi-Fi infrastructure.
The powerful epoc Mobile Computer organizes everything from test event data to inventory information, then effortlessly and instantly transmits it to the epoc Data Manager for integration into laboratory information systems (LIS), hospital information systems (HIS) and electronic medical records (EMR).