Healthcare Challenges and Technology

April 7, 2020

Elizabeth Miller, a registered nurse and now healthcare lead at Zebra in Australia discusses the challenges in Healthcare and how technology can enable and assist medical staff in critical patient care, clinical mobility, patient ID, tracking medical equipment and more. For more details on Zebra Technologies solutions, in Healthcare

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