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User guide - unique patient identification
Unique patient identifiaction in health care using the health care barcode "HIBC" with standard data identifiers. The comitee charged by ISO/IEC 15418 by the maintenance of the data identifiers (DI) has accorded the request of EHIBCC TC to register the DI "(25H) Global unique Personal ID". Using this standard, it is now possible to generate word-unique patient and personal IDs. The attached document contains more information about patient and personal identification.
HIBC PAPER-EDI Rev. 120508
Paper-EDI, the „EDI-Mark“ for transport labels and delivery papers and support for EDI-functionality in the supply chaoin. In logistic processes, there is a direct relation between bar code and EDI. Thus, both techniques may well interchain. The document contains some remarks about this concept, called PaperEDI.
This english translation reflects the old revision 090925.
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HIBC-Barcode für das Zahntechnikerlabor
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Dentalhersteller und Handel haben die konsequente Nutzung von HIBC-Barcode beschlossen, da dies Vorteile in der gesamten Versorgungskette bringt. Die Vorteile des Barcodes können selbstverständlich sowohl im Labor als auch beim Zahnarzt mitgenutzt werden, denn damit ist ja fehlerfreie Dokumentation von Chargen und Verfalldaten leicht möglich. Barcode ist überall dort sinnvoll, wo Produktdaten, Bewegungen, Leistungen, Ergebnisse dem Rechnersystem sofort und richtig übermittelt werden sollen.
HIBC-emblem for unique bar code
Please start using the "HIBC Emblem" for optical user guidance. The HIBC signals to the user to scan the Health-Core Bar Code here. The HIBC emblem contains the text "HIBC and may be placed horizontally or vertically beside the code. It is specially helpful if a packing contains multiple bar codes. The marking guideline may be downloaded by the link to the right.
HIBC BARCODE for industry and health-care. This document describes the usage of HIBC bar code in the medical field.
The document is maintained by the joined working group AIDC and is published by the associations HIBC, VDDI and Spektaris.
2012-05-09: A new chapter about the HIBC emblem and some hints about character sets were added.
ISO-RFID eTAG-x The ISO powered solution for item tracking using RFID Tags
in compliance with ISO/IEC standards for Barcode.
ISO RFID eTAG-I - Electronic Item Tag
ISO RFID eTAG-P - Electronic Product Tag
ISO RFID eTAG-T - Electronic Transport Tag
UIM - Unique Reduced Space Instrument Marking 3x3
Introduction The processes in a hospital are related to special quality procedures to enable patient care and safety. Unique identification of items, devices, locations but also of patients and related services are of vital importance. Information Technology enables not only unique identification but also documenting processes automatically and error free. The tools for fulfillment of efficient data collection are Barcode, Matrixcode and nowadays RFID as well. This paper shall supply information how to mark and to identify wrist bands uniquely under use of reliable HIBC and ISO standards in an interoperable manner with other processes.
Unique Identification Mark UIM enables marking of smallest items. A typical size of a UIM is 3.2x3.2mm. It consists of a Data Matrix symbol (optional QR) and a serialized unique character string according to ISO/IEC 15459, part 4. There are different marking methods available. A usual method is laser marking on metal or plastic. UIM standard in german language see DIN 66401.