MediCopia Specimen Collection provides a complete bedside collection and labeling system. We interface with virtually every LIS on the market, and have in-Production systems interfacing with Cerner (Classic and Millennium), Meditech (Magic and C/S), Sunquest, McKesson, Soft, and several n-house developed LIS systems. The range of LIS interfaces continues with Allscripts (in development). Through advanced capabilities like automatic duplication elimination, biometric identification, nursing home and ambulatory draws, MediCopia Specimen collection continues to set the standard for "best in class" positive-patient ID.
MediCopia Transfusion Administration provides complete Positive Patient ID ensuring the Right patient receives the Right blood product. Similarly to our LIS interfaces, we interface to multiple blood bank information systems including Mediware and Cerner. Our transfusion administration system is also best-in-class, providing checklists configurable by location and product type.
MediCopia Specimen Collection for Pathology provides a set of features for use with anatomical pathology specimens. The application can be used either in a physician’s office, an outpatient clinic, or in an in-patient surgical setting. Bundling and courier tracking is also available which ensures that collected pathology specimens are delivered properly from the outpatient buildings to the hospital or reference lab.
MediCopia Medication Administration ensures the five rights of medication management. It provides a medication administration application integrated with the other MediCopia applications, including specimen collection, transfusion management, and vitals recording providing a single integrated worklist for nursing.
MediCopia Milk provides inventory and tracking features for milk containers brought to the hospital, either by the mother or from a milk bank. The system supports dividing units for neonatal feeding, adding supplements, and using formula as a substitute for breast milk.
Patient Meals provides a way of positive patient ID for dietary trays. It includes cross-checking to ensure that patients receive the correct type of diet, such as low-sodium or diabetic meals..