• T10L brochure
More items for:
Rugged TabletPCs
Print page
Rugged TabletPCs
You are:  Rugged TabletPCs > Twinhead T10Y (Medical)
DigiHeal: The future of health care

The mobile clinical assistant (MCA) is a category of mobile computing platform developed by Intel® to be a new usage model that is customized for healthcare-specific use at the point of care, supporting the workflow of nurses and clinicians. This DigiHeal T10Y MCA integrates technology from Intel® Health.

With your DigiHeal T10Y MCA you will be able to organize and access important clinical information anywhere, anytime. In addition, you will be able to use the biometric fingerprint reader or authenticate your badge with the RFID reader.

Designed for the clinical environment
DigiHeal T10Y MCA is built for the rigors of the clinical environment, whether that is a ward, clinic or emergency room. Adaptations for the clinical environment include:
  • A lightweight (1.5kg), clipboard-like mobile PC with an ergonomic handle is easy for clinicians to carry and use throughout their shift.
  • Sealed and rugged exterior case is drop-resistant and spill-proof (IP54), enabling the DigiHeal T10Y MCA to be easily wiped clean with disinfectant to reduce the spread of germs as nurses and physicians move among patients.
  • A generous screen display (10.4'' XGA) minimizes scrolling and eye strain.
Built to optimize workflow
To streamline medication administration and charting, the DigiHeal T10Y MCA design integrates technologies that support "five rights" of medication administration and can provide for more streamlined and efficient workflows.
  1. With a built-in bar-code scanner, the DigiHeal T10Y MCA becomes a practical tool for matching each patient with the treatment being delivered, helping reduce medication-dispensing errors.
  2. Using a radio frequency identification (RFID) in the DigiHeal T10Y MCA design, nurses can identify patients and verify themselves as authorized caregivers.
  3. Integrated digital camera to enhance patient charting and progress notes, and to document wounds and injuries.
  4. Wireless connectivity to access up-to-date secure patient information and physician’s orders at the bedside or point of care.
  5. Bluetooth technology to help capture patient vital signs directly into their EMR.
Last updated: 24/2/2009 00:14