SB1-HC SMART BADGE FOR HEALTHCARE
This brand new category of mobile device is the smallest form factor yet to provide nurses and clinical staff with a core set of vital features that can improve patient safety and staff productivity. With a task management application, you can distribute personal dynamic task lists that keep staff focused on the right assignments. Barcode scanning helps streamline task execution and improve task accuracy, from equipment and building maintenance to inventory management and patient transport. And with push-to-talk, workers can easily get an instant answer to an urgent question. The result? A higher standard of care. More efficient staff. And a better patient experience.
- Small, lightweight and wearable
- The compact, light SB1-HC is easily worn on a lanyard, belt clip or armband, where it is available to healthcare staff in an instant.
- Built for constant disinfecting
- Special plastics and IP54 sealing enable the regular wipe downs required to prevent the spread of germs between patients and caregivers.
- Enterprise-class push-to-talk¹
- At the press of a button, an SB1-HC user can talk to other staff who are carrying virtually any mobile device — an SB1-HC, a Zebra mobile computer (such as the MC40), a two-way radio¹ or popular third party smartphones.
- Full shift power
- The SB1-HC provides the peace of mind that comes from knowing workers will always have more than ample power for a full shift. The low-power E Ink® display provides over 14 hours of battery life from a single charge. And in badge mode, the screen can display a healthcare worker's picture and name whenever the device is not in use — yet draw virtually no power at all.
- Easy 'touch' navigation
- Finger-style navigation eliminates the need for a stylus and supports a gloved hand.
- Government-grade security protects patient data
- FIPS 140-2 certification keeps sensitive patient information safe and helps achieve compliance with healthcare-related government regulations, such as HIPAA.
¹Zebra's Push-to-Talk Express client is required on all devices (initiating and receiving) to enable push-to-talk services with mobile computers and third-party smartphones. Radio Link is required to enable push-to-talk with two-way radios.