Managed mobility services for healthcare.

PiiComm is a trusted managed services provider to both public and private healthcare organizations. We are proud to have delivered solutions that help drive better patient outcomes, including:

  • Manage inventory rather than paperwork: PiiComm-powered barcode scanning and RFID mean real-time inventory tracking for medical supplies, medications and lab equipment.
  • Dramatically reduce error rates: Every 1,000 characters typed on a keyboard contains an average of 10 keying errors. Barcode systems from PiiComm can shrink that error rate to just one in 70 million entries.
  • Innovate patient identification: PiiComm barcoded wristbands, generated at point-of-care can eliminate errors and automate what can otherwise be a consuming and error-prone process.
  • Front-of-the-line support: Our in-house, in-country customer support desk offers comprehensive coverage and support for all your mobile devices, including direct-line care from the manufacturer.

You’re in great company.

Improving patient care while streamlining administration.

Partner with PiiComm and we can develop comprehensive healthcare technology solutions that dramatically reduce costs, increase productivity, and improve patient outcomes. Our solutions include:

  • Patient tracking
  • Pharmacy management
  • 10 rights of medication administration
  • Healthcare ID
  • Mobile medical carts
  • Healthcare labelling
  • Visitor management and security
  • Transforming consumer devices to barcode readers
  • Disinfectant-ready and antimicrobial products
  • Tablets to enable telemedicine

Managed mobility services. It’s all we do.

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Queensway Carleton Hospital Testimonial

9 November 2021

  Queensway Carleton Hospital recently completed an upgrade to the Nurse Call System which included changing to the new IP-DECT Ascom wireless phones. One of the biggest challenges was always going to be around the replacement of existing infrastructure with minimal disruption to the units. PiiComm achieved this by taking the time to gain a […]

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Brockville General Hospital Testimonial

9 November 2021

In November 2009, Brockville General Hospital recently installed an Ascom wireless phone system. The Ascom wireless IP-DECT solution integrated seamlessly with our current Nortel PBX and in the future will allow us to easily integrate with a nurse-call system of almost any make. The installation and support from PiiComm has been exceptional. The project was […]

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CHEO Testimonial

9 November 2021

PiiComm gets the job done. Their flexible approach and interest in the industry, allow us to solve real problems. Tyson J. Roffey, Director, Information Technology Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) Ottawa, Ontario

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RFID Solutions for Replenishing Medical Prescriptions

2 March 2017

How RFID Technology Provides Efficient Solutions to Medical Prescription Replenishment in Hospitals RFID technology is in use in a variety of industries to improve efficiency by speeding up processing times and reducing errors. Medical prescription replenishment systems in hospitals are an excellent example of how RFID solutions can be used to benefit the health sector. […]

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Frequently asked questions

MDM software allows healthcare organizations to centrally manage and control mobile devices used by employees. Properly configured MDM security features will allow for remote wiping, access control, encryption, compliance, application management, and device monitoring for security threats or vulnerabilities.

RFID tracking technology is increasingly popular in healthcare as it can provide real-time visibility into the location and status of medical equipment, supplies, and even patients. Many PiiComm healthcare customers have integrated this technology into their workflows to automate manual processes such as patient check-in, medical administration, and specimen collection.

While both barcode scanning and RFID tracking are used for automatic identification and data capture, they differ in terms of their range, speed, and capabilities. Barcode scanning is generally used for identifying individual products or items, whereas RFID tracking can be used for tracking and monitoring entire systems, such as inventory management of lab supplies or patient flow in hospital facilities.