We have developed innovative, high-quality solutions in the identification labelling solutions and data management areas for various health service establishments for more than three decades. Our wide variety of applications for greater efficiency and security are in successful use in numerous hospitals, laboratories and pharmacies.
We have adjusted our portfolio to support clinics, and offer you products to triage and identify patients, medicines or disinfectants.
More than 19 million treatments are carried out in German hospitals every year. This makes it all the more important for every patient to be uniquely identifiable at all times. Armilla patient wristbands guarantee quick, effective patient identity checks.
Whether it's classical forms, sample labels or automated documentary data-acquisition software – Mediaform offers professional solutions for a wide variety of laboratory applications.
The medication plan, unified throughout the Federal Republic, depicts current medication clearly, in a standardised form, and understandable by patients. An attached barcode enables this to be read in and updated via a barcode scanner, independently of the respective practice, pharmacy or clinic software. This makes the secure, cross-sectoral communication of medical data possible for the first time.
Regardless of whether it involves heart pacemakers, replacement hip joints or other implants – from 1 January 2020 onwards, the National Register will contain a note of when, to whom and which implants were implanted. The data necessary for the Implant Register will be read in via a scan of the barcode on the medical products – ideally during the surgical operation or close to the time of the latter.
Identity labelling of medication
Mediaform provides syringe labels on a roll for the secure identification labelling of medicines, and Rettikett labels in sheet form for use in ambulances. Praxikett Designer medication software is available for the individually customised creation of syringe labels on the spot.
Mediaform develops and markets innovative products for the health service. With our Armilla patient wristbands and Praxikett syringe labels, we make our contribution to excluding patient and medication mix-ups in the D-A-CH region (Germany-Austria-Switzerland). Additionally, we demonstrate our work through our membership of the Federal Association of Health Service Procurement Institutions in Germany e.V. (BVBG) and the German Coalition for Patient Safety e.V. (APS).