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Lattice, MediCopia (PPID 2013)

Lattice, MediCopia (PPID 2013)

Positive patient identification products, July 2013

Contact Information

Lattice
Pat Heniff
pat.heniff@lattice.com
1751 Naperville Rd.
Wheaton, IL 60189
630-949-3150



Name of positive patient ID product MediCopia
Components of positive patient ID product handheld computers, wireless portable printers, bedside specimen collection/transfusion administration/breast milk/anatomical pathology/medication administration software
Company is a reseller of this product(s) no
• For whom company is a reseller
Company sells its products through distribution partners no
• Vendors with which company partners
First-ever installation of a positive patient ID product 1996
Most recent installation of current version of positive patient ID product 4/1/2013
Last major product release 2/1/2013
No. of contracts for U.S. sites where product is installed and operational 217
No. of contracts for foreign sites where product is installed and operational 0
No. of contracts signed since May 1, 2012 26
No. of facilities where product is installed and operational 189
Techniques to verify patient ID when creating a wristband on admission or to register outpatient not getting a wristband ID card without a photograph, ID card with a photograph, fingerprint, palm veins, hand geometry
Secure techniques to verify patient ID prior to each intervention or specimen collection one-dimensional bar-code wristband, two-dimensional bar-code wristband, passive RFID, biometric positive identification
• Type of biometric application fingerprint (Digital Persona), palm veins (Fujitsu)
Manual entry of ID No. from wristband if bar-coded wristband not available yes
• Manually entered ID Nos. distinguishable in database yes
• Facility can elect not to allow manual entry of ID No. yes
Product functionality general laboratory specimen collection, patient and medication matching prior to medication administration, patient and blood unit matching prior to blood transfusion, nursing data collection, breast milk matching
Techniques for specimen identification at time of specimen collection bar-code label printed at bedside, applied to tube
Data elements routinely encoded on specimen label in a machine-readable format configurable based on client preferences
Bedside technology for blood transfusion offered via positive patient ID product verification that a physician order is on record for transfusion, verification of informed patient consent, detection of potential mistransfusion, documentation of transfusion data, documentation of final transfusion record
• Techniques for reading labels on blood units one-dimensional bar code, two-dimensional bar code, passive radio-frequency identification
• Manual entry of patient ID permitted for matching blood units for transfusion no
Medication tracking offered via positive patient ID product order for medication, history of allergies, route of administration, intended recipient, correct dosage, rate of administration
• Techniques used to read labels on medications one-dimensional bar code, two-dimensional bar code, passive radio-frequency identification
Handheld/point-of-care workstations
• Typical handheld workstation used Intermec CN3, CN70; Motorola MC55, MC75
• Approximate weight of handheld workstation 14–16 oz.
• How handheld workstation communicates with bedside bar-code printers USB, Bluetooth, local area wireless (802.11a/b/g/n)
• How handheld workstation communicates with host LIS intermittent docking, Wi-Fi, local area wireless
• Systems that ID-matching software runs on general-purpose Windows PC, Windows Mobile, mobile tablet PC
• Other vendors’ positive patient ID products can run on same handheld/ bedside PCs as company’s products without modifying operating system yes
Third-party hospital and/or laboratory information systems interfaced Sunquest, SCC Soft Computer, McKesson, Siemens, Meditech, GE Healthcare, Technidata, Cerner, Allscripts
Capability for interfacing company’s own LIS with positive patient ID products company does not market an LIS
FDA 510(k) approval yes
• Applied for, but not yet received, FDA 510(k) approval
• Intend to apply for FDA 510(k) approval
Provide list of client sites to potential customers on request yes (a list of selected reference sites only)
Cost
• General license fee per facility
• Hardware cost for single handheld workstation
• Cost of software license per workstation
• Cost of information system interface
• Standard software maintenance fee covers updates to product yes
Distinguishing features (supplied by company)

• scalability
• advanced architecture
• configuration options

Note: a dash in lieu of an answer means company did not answer question or question is not applicable
Tabulation does not represent an endorsement by the College of American Pathologists.