Staff members at hospitals, medical facilities and imaging centers have the ability to access details on each radiation protection apparel product in their inventory direct from their smart phone, tablet, or computer. Unlike similar systems that require external software or specialized RFID tags, the SmartID system uses QR code scanning technology employed by smart phones and other mobile devices. Each item in inventory is assigned a unique QR code; scanning this QR code directs the user to a web-based database record for that item. From this record, users can easily find product details, view a virtual image of the product and access complete inspection reports for the product—all in the same database record and all without the use of special software.
No software installation/it involvement required. For mobile access, simply download any free qr reader app to your mobile device.
No proprietary hardware required. This means no costly proprietary hardware to lose and pay to replace.
Available to hospital partners at no cost in exchange for approximately 80% non-binding commitment of protective apparel purchases.
Tags available for existing & new inventory.
Secure tier 4 cloud-based data storage.
Labels are provided to you at NO CHARGE. Your Bar-Ray representative will assist in tagging existing items, entering data, and will train designated staff members to do so. A small, highly flexible label is applied in a locati on so as not to come in contact with the wearer’s skin. The specially manufactured adhesive is bonded with the surface of the product after a 48 hour “curing” time. All available information is manually entered for each item, however if your facility currently uses an Excel spreadsheet for tracking, we may be able to upload the file to your online inventory.
The Scan Log is where the entire inspection history of your apron is stored.At each inspection, the user simply selects the Pass or Fail button. The user’s name and date is then automatically recorded in the log after hitting the Update Scan Results button, all of which may be done from your mobile device. If there is a suspicious area found, an image may be uploaded to the scan log for an RSO or Supervisor to review directly from your mobile device.
Scan an apron with your mobile device and see the complete record of information on-the-spot. JHACO inspector pulls out an apron and asks when it was last scanned? Not sure if an apron belongs to your department or another? Have an answer within seconds.