Publications

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Healthcare:  Benefits, Limitations, Recommendations - Summary Paper

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Healthcare:  Benefits, Limitations, Recommendations

A unified approach for product identification via the Universal Product Number (UPN) is essential for Medical Devices in Australian Healthcare

hTrak Point-of-Use Data Collection Post Pilot Review: The Alfred (Melbourne, Australia) Outcomes in Medical Imaging Department

HIBCC Standards Providing Global Solutions for Patient Care:
A Report on Point of Use Bar Coding at Alfred Hospital. Lines, Sept - Dec 2003

November 2002 - "Barcoding in Healthcare", The Australian Standard - Nov 2002 Edition

May 2002 - Improved Healthcare with Barcode Technology - Private Hospital Magazine

July 2001 - Testimony of Albert Patterson, Vice President for contracting, Premier Inc

Bar Coding in Healthcare - A Critical Solution

Why the UPN is the preferred standard for product numbering

Secondary Data using the HIBCC Supplier Standard

UPN Repository of Australia: The Data Registry for Medical Devices

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