Code to be an Event Sponsor of the Health Insights Autumn Program of Regional Events Across the United Kingdom

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Code to showcase barcode reading product line at Health Insights Autumn/Winter 2014 Program.

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“We see a clear synergy between the goals of the Healthcare Insights program and the leading edge technologies we develop to improve the safety of patients throughout the point of care cycle,” said Rene van Mourik, Sales Director EMEA & APAC for Code.

Code, an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of image-based barcode readers, today announced that it will become an event sponsor of the Health Insights Autumn/Winter 2014 program, a series of one day regional events to be held across the United Kingdom.

Rene van Mourik, Sales Director EMEA & APAC, said, “We are delighted to be part of the Health Insights events. Since the first series in 2012, they have become one of the UK’s leading forums for the dissemination of information regarding the advances in technology that relate to the improvement in health and social care.”

He added, “Code’s innovative barcode reading technology is integrated into a range of patient identification and medication administrative applications, and we see a clear synergy between the goals of the Healthcare Insights program and the leading edge technologies we develop to improve the safety of patients throughout the point of care cycle.”

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Shri Babarao from Wirral Women & Children’s Hospital will give a paper at the Birmingham edition of the Health Insights series on December 3rd, looking at how technology is bringing clinical accuracy and patient welfare within the maternity environment, focusing on the implementation of a breast milk traceability solution using Code’s CR2600 wireless barcode reader.

Code has built a reputation on trust, innovation and performance, aligning us with an industry whose primary raison d’être is patient care. Code’s barcode readers are known to provide safe, stable solutions for a wide range of exacting hospital patient facing applications – a view shared by our many customers across the world.

To see full details on the dates and venues of the Health Insights Autumn/Winter 2014 series where Code will demonstrate its range of healthcare specific barcode readers and several of their associated applications, please visit: http://www.healthinsights.co.uk.

About Code
Code is a technology leader in the design, development and manufacture of the latest generation of image based barcode readers. Using advanced high-definition and multi-resolution optics, coupled with cabled and wireless communication options, including Bluetooth®, our product suite is ergonomically designed to expedite data collection tasks and enhance productivity for the mobile worker. The Code product line is used in mission critical applications within healthcare, public safety, technology manufacturing, transportation, retail and a range of other diverse industries.

Code provides reading and decoding of all open barcode symbologies. In addition, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode® symbology for secured data applications. Code's worldwide headquarters are located in Salt Lake City, USA, and has regional headquarters in China, Singapore and The Netherlands. For more information, go to http://www.codecorp.com.

About Health Insights
Health Insights organised by Citadel Events in association with HIMSS is a series of regional one day events held in association with NHS (National Health Service) England to explore and provide updates on the transformation of health and social care practices through the adoption of new technologies.

The Autumn/Winter program will focus on recipients providing case-study examples of their experiences relating to accessing the funds, delivery models and the benefits realised in terms of collaborative care, interoperability and patient safety. NHS England will also provide updates on the Integrated Digital Care Record, sharing the latest innovations in healthcare IT.

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