Healthcare Mobility Solutions

Helping You Streamline Healthcare Delivery

Advances in medical technology have vastly improved healthcare professionals’ ability to diagnose and treat injury, illness, and disease. Likewise, mobile technology and wireless data collection and printing systems are transforming healthcare administrators’ ability to safeguard patient safety, maintain patient privacy, and gather EHR type data in real time via purpose built mobile devices.

Peak-Ryzex has over two decades of experience helping healthcare providers improve operational efficiencies, reduce costs, and streamline the flow of healthcare. Equally important, we’re a full service mobility and printing solutions provider that can help you with all aspects of healthcare data collection and printing – from planning and project management, to installation and integration, to training, service and support.

Peak-Ryzex has a broad range of experience in the healthcare market including:

Patient Identification

Patient identification wristbands that carry information in text and barcode and/or RFID provide the foundation for patient safety and the efficient delivery of care. They help ensure the accurate administration of medications, facilitate sample collection, and simplify patient recordkeeping and charge capture. RFID technology is particularly well-suited for applications where physical security is a concern, such as protecting infants or other patient groups who are prone to wandering.

Medical Administration

Barcoded medication administration helps ensure that the proper patient receives the proper medication and documents when it was administered.


Barcode labeling at the point of care improves accuracy, reduces the potential for errors, and facilitates automated processing and data entry. Barcodes are also ideal for tracking medical records, radiology film, specimens and samples, and other important patient information.

Purpose Built Mobile Devices

Taking cellular tablets or smartphones and locking them down to only the applications that are needed to perform the assigned work tasks increases both security and efficiency, thus allowing caregivers to use cellular as a back-up to existing WLAN infrastructure or as primary in telehealth applications. Examples include everything from an app based call-bell solution to Medicaid reimbursement forms for at-home care to automated wipe and custom load of unique images on a tablet being used by different employees on different shifts throughout the day.