Technology company HP recently announced a partnership with healthcare software provider Central Logic that will help hospitals reduce operating costs, improve patient care and increase overall efficiency.
According to HP, the web management system Central Logic Core will be available exclusively through its own hardware and will work with its Z600 Workstations so hospitals can replace traditional whiteboards with cutting-edge touchscreen technology.
“The combination of Central Logic Core software and HP technology answers hospital community demands to deliver reliable solutions that leverage touch technology,” said HP vice president Chris Mertens. “Touchscreen solutions can save hospitals valuable time and money and result in maximum patient flow optimization.”
The company added that healthcare providers can select several displays, including the mobile HP Slate 2, the TouchSmart 9300 or 47-inch signage screens that still offer touchscreen capabilities.
HP is currently the world’s largest technology company, and its extensive applications portfolio is being used throughout many industries. As a result of this acceptance, the business said its 2011 fourth quarter revenue reached more than $32 billion, with yearly profits of nearly $130 billion.