May 17, 2011 — Farmington, CT — Data Management Inc.’s unique solutions make it easy and affordable for hospitals to have secure yet family-friendly identification and tracking of its visitors.
Some hospitals encourage parents’ involvement in their children’s health care by giving them special visitor badges to wear that identify them as a caregiver of a patient. "The best way to make sure that your child receives the care that he or she needs is by being an active member of the health care team," said Mark R. Chassin, M.D., president of The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, which helps parents do just that as part of its Speak Up program.
Data Management’s self-duplicating Visitor Passes can be printed with "PARENT," "FAMILY," "CAREGIVER," "ADVOCATE," or any other title instead of "VISITOR," for no extra charge, as well as with the name or logo of the hospital and any other information desired.
Data Management, Inc., of Farmington, Connecticut, is a privately-owned manufacturer of proprietary printed products. Founded in 1961 — and now celebrating its 50th year — DMI’s self-duplicating and self-expiring visitor badges help users save time and money while keeping better records and protecting employees and guests. Visit VisitorPassSolutions.com, or contact product consultant Karina Smith at 800-243-1969, ext. 362, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.