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The Visible Value Blog

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When you think Zebra, you may think of printers, but we're so much more than that. A leader in developing solutions that feature barcode, RFID and RTLS technologies, Zebra converts the physical into the digital to give assets, people and transactions a virtual voice. When you have more visibility, you can drive more value.

In this blog, we will:

  • Break down the basics of the Internet of Things (IoT) and how our connected world is making a big impact on how we work and play
  • Cover all the latest trends in visibility technology, like barcoding, RFID and RTLS, across many industries
  • Give you a closer look at the latest news and solutions from Zebra

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Wayne Miller

Recent Posts

Getting a Big-Picture Vision of Clinical Mobility Considerations

Posted by Wayne Miller February 7, 2018 at 10:57 AM

Clinical Mobility 

Implementing a clinical mobility solution is great way to improve clinician efficiency and support better patient care. With real-time access to patient data, the ability to collaborate with peers on a moment’s notice and the capability to effectively manage patient alarms, a mobile clinician is an empowered clinician.


Topics: Healthcare, Barcodes, EMEA, Patient Identification

5 Steps to Electronic Health Records

Posted by Wayne Miller October 14, 2015 at 5:51 AM


The words ‘efficiency drive’ strike fear into the heart of any clinician who cares about their patients. But across Europe, an ageing population is costing health services more money – 80% of the care we need in our lives is required after we’re 65 – and budgets are shrinking rather than expanding. Fortunately many efficiency improvements can also improve patient outcomes – and one that can do just that is the electronic health record (EHR).


Topics: Healthcare, EMEA