Medico Healthcare Linen Delivers Reusable Isolation Gowns to Customers Using State-of-the-Art Process Developed with…

first_img By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Local NewsBusiness Facebook Pinterest Medico Healthcare Linen Delivers Reusable Isolation Gowns to Customers Using State-of-the-Art Process Developed with Positek RFID Twitter Previous articleTurboTax Launches 2021 Integrated Marketing Communication Program to Empower and Educate the Latino Community this Tax SeasonNext articleAscend’s Binding Offer to Purchase Bump 50:50 From Sportech PLC for 25% Above Announced Transaction Digital AIM Web Support NORRISTOWN, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– Positek RFID Inc., the complete RFID systems, solutions and integration company serving the textile maintenance industry, along with Medico Healthcare Linen, has created a state-of-the-art process for the clean and consistent delivery of Reusable Isolation Gowns to healthcare providers. Medico has been providing the rental, cleaning and delivery of garments and linens to healthcare services for more than 85 years. Operating since 1932, Medico is considered a leader in medical uniform and medical linen services in Southern California. For accurate and simplified tracking and sorting of garments and linens, Medico trusts RFID solutions from Positek RFID and washable RFID tags from Fujitsu. With the outbreak of COVID-19, Medico turned to Positek RFID to develop an RFID solution that would allow for a safe and reliable process to ensure the clean, consistent delivery of Reusable Isolation Gowns. Positek RFID integrated its unique CA Suite and Sort Software solution as well as existing Positek RFID hardware solutions installed at Medico’s facilities to deploy an innovative RFID-enabled process for Scrubs and Lab Coats driven by Fujitsu’s ultra-rugged RFID tags, allowing Medico to easily control the quality of the laundry process and make Reusable Isolation Gowns a viable option for healthcare providers. “Positek RFID and Medico continue to deliver solutions to textile-related challenges that healthcare service providers face. We are extremely excited that our patented RFID technology and innovative inventory management processes allow Medico to maximize efficiency, thus making Reusable Isolation Gowns a viable option for healthcare facilities at a time when it is necessary,” said Jeffrey Markman, President of Positek RFID. “At Medico Healthcare Linen, we pride ourselves on quickly and efficiently delivering the options that our customers need. With Positek RFID’s cutting-edge hardware and software, we were able to easily integrate an innovative solution at our facilities so that we could meet our customers’ rapidly increasing demand for Reusable Isolation Gowns during a global pandemic,” said Greg Shames, Director of Operations of Medico Healthcare Linen. For more information about Positek RFID’s systems and solutions for Reusable Isolation Gowns and other garments, please email [email protected] or call (610) 275-2905. About Positek RFID Positek RFID was formed in 2001 to provide process improvement solutions based on RFID. The company has been a technology vendor in the textile maintenance industry since 1973, serving thousands of rental customers in uniform, linen, party, medical, tuxedo, dry cleaning, hospitality and more. Positek RFID creates and installs custom-designed laundry management solutions that enable companies to cut labor costs, reduce merchandise costs, eliminate shortages, accurately track, sort and inventory goods, and improve productivity, thereby increasing profitability. About Medico Healthcare Linen Medico Healthcare Linen has provided and delivered clean, safe and reliable textile services to the Healthcare industry for more than 85 years. Family-owned and managed, Medico prides itself on delivering on its commitment to customer satisfaction and innovative practices. As a division of American Textile Maintenance Company, Medico offers a broad range of lab coats, scrubs, patient wear, sheets, towels, blankets and more garments and linens designed to serve the needs of healthcare services in Southern California. Driven by the Medico Difference – the company’s core values of integrity and honesty – Medico has developed a reputation of unparalleled service and offerings. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005074/en/ CONTACT: Positek RFID Jeff Markman 610-275-2905 [email protected] KEYWORD: CALIFORNIA PENNSYLVANIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE HARDWARE TEXTILES GENERAL HEALTH HEALTH HOSPITALS TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING SOURCE: Positek RFID Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 08:00 AM/DISC: 02/03/2021 08:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005074/encenter_img TAGS  WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Pinterest WhatsApplast_img read more

Kawhi Leonard goes about his business, leads Clippers past Lakers in opener

first_img“When anybody gets going, whether it be Kawhi, Lou (Williams), Sham (Landry Shamet), Zu (Ivica Zubac), we all feed off that, we feed off each other,” Clippers forward Moe Harkless said. “It’s a big thing that we’re gonna be able to do this season, that we’re gonna have to do. And when Kawhi got going today it kind of sparked us.”Leonard also made nine of 10 free-throw attempts, grabbed six rebounds and recorded five assists (with six turnovers).It will be a process, he calculated, that will take another 20 or 30 games – and maybe some emotion – to get right.“It’s just gonna take time, arguments, miscues,” he said. “It’s just the first game of the season, so it’s gonna take the season and mistakes and success to get us on the same page.” “I just made shots,” said Leonard, who finished with a game-high 30 points in 32 minutes on 10-for-19 shooting. “I felt like I got to my spots early, missed some little chippies, but I mean, I just started making shots.”And suddenly, the Clippers went from trailing 25-17 to leading 42-39.Related Articles LOS ANGELES — Tyronn Lue pointed Doc Rivers toward the center-court circle just before the jump of Tuesday’s season opener between their Clippers and the Lakers.The assistant coach wanted the team’s head coach to check out their new star in the seconds before his official Clippers debut in their 112-102 victory: “Ty Lue walked over to me and told me to just look at him at the jump ball circle where everybody was moving around, you know, how everybody does all their gestures? And Kawhi was just sitting there, he was like, ‘Throw the ball up, let’s get this off.’”Accurate said Leonard, who stars in a just-released commercial for the new movie “Terminator: Dark Fate.” In the ad, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger – the original Terminator – explains to Leonard what makes him a cyborg in his own right: “You have zero emotions, you feel no pain, you have no mercy.”Fittingly then, when Leonard was asked whether he felt any emotions in his first professional home game so near his hometown of Moreno Valley, he said no. Kristaps Porzingis ruled out as Clippers, Mavericks set for Game 5; Follow for game updates What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum “I’m not thinking about that, I’m trying to win a game,” Leonard said. “Before the game … all those emotions went through me. When I got on the court, it was time to play. Time to lock in and think about the next possession.”Leonard also said he felt no kind of way about the blend of cheers and boos that rained down when he was introduced, and then when he took the mic to welcome the fans to the game and even when he touched the ball the first time.“I just heard loud noise,” Leonard said. “So I was just trying to be as loud as I can. I wasn’t sure if the Clipper fans were being loud, or if it was Lakers fans. I didn’t even pay attention to it too much, I was just trying to let them know the appreciation we have for them for coming out tonight.”And then, with no more mercy than the Terminator would exhibit, Leonard plowed through the Lakers’ defense, shaking off a slow start to score seven straight buckets and alter the course of the first game of the season. Clippers vs. Mavericks Game 5 playoff updates from NBA beat reporters For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory last_img read more