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Product Update: Honeywell Simplifies Healthcare IT with New Time-Saving Scanning Solution on Display Now at HIMSS


When Every Minute Counts, Easy-To-Use Mobile Technology Allows Nurses To Streamline Bedside Care

FORT MILL, S.C., April 12, 2015 – As mobile devices continue to make their way into the hands of nurses across hospitals and doctor’s offices, Honeywell (NYSE: HON)’s full healthcare solutions suite designed with nurses and medical professionals in mind will be on display at HIMSS, April 12-16, in booth #3017 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.

Designed specifically to aid nurses and medical professionals in improving their workflows, Honeywell’s new Enhanced Xenon 1902h Wireless Area-Imaging Scanner (buy here from Legacy Technology Services), which builds upon its sixth-generation Adaptus™ area-imaging technology, is the company’s newest solution to drive improved operations in patient care.


Unrivaled Scanning Performance and New Nighttime Features

  • Honeywell’s Xenon healthcare scanner has long been the industry-leading choice for best-in-class healthcare scanning. The new Enhanced Xenon 1902h builds upon that legacy to deliver incredibly responsive reading of virtually all 1D, PDF, and 2D bar codes — and now includes a number of features specifically requested by clinicians to further enhance patient comfort and improve common clinician workflows, including the ability to quickly toggle into Patient Do-Not-Disturb and Scan Lamp modes for maximum productivity during night shifts, or when resting patients are present.

Supporting Quote

  • Jeff Fountaine, director of healthcare, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility: “Honeywell has designed new scanners for nurses and healthcare workers to improve and streamline their everyday workflow performance, making sure the technology they use offers the best care possible to patients. From specimen collection to administering medication and verifying safety protocols, our easy-to-use and quick scanners are built to simplify healthcare technology and help facilitate and support the five rights of patient safety.”

The Enhanced Xenon 1902h is currently shipping globally.

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