Drive-Through Testing and Instant (Pop-Up) Test Operations
In the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, hospitals and healthcare facilities are setting up “instant” and drive-through” testing to keep potentially infected patients away from the admitted general population and hospital staff. POSDATA has partnered with Honeywell and OCR Solutions to provide testing operations with a safe, no-touch method of quickly collecting the necessary personal information.
CaptureMax Data Collect
Using the Android Honeywell CT40 or CT60 mobile computer with the CaptureMax software, the required personal data can be extracted directly from a drivers license using the device’s integrated camera and the software’s advanced OCR reading capability. The technician does not need to touch the license. It can be held by the driver and the license can even be scanned through the driver’s window. The license information and image is captured within four seconds. After the technician verifies that the scanned data is correct, additional information can be entered such as the person’s temperature, email address, phone number and notes. A label is then printed for the test vial using a Honeywell RP4 mobile printer. At the same time, the collected data will be sent to the CaptureMax cloud server to be stored.
Sample Mobile Application Screens
- Verification of scanned results
- Display of previous visit information
- Enter status, temperature and notes
Depending on the software features implemented, the CaptureMax Cloud can be accessed through browser based applications to do the following:
- A lab technician can access the patient record and enter the results of the test
- Executives can access heat maps showing all infection locations (home addresses of infected individuals)
- Managers may access the database to search for pertinent information
CaptureMax Cloud – Detail Record Screen
CaptureMax Cloud – Update Patient Status
For the lab technician or manager there is the ability to update and track each patient’s status. The system uses an easy visual color scheme to describe where each patient is in the process.