For Covid-19 vaccination centres: REINER is digitising the vaccination process

Secure and reliable handling of vaccinee data

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(PresseBox) ( Furtwangen, )
REINER company from the Black Forest has developed reliable and easy-to-use technical equipment for vaccination centres. Medical staff, mobile intervention teams, and employees can profit from this reliable system that simplifies data management and can be operated even by changing users. It’s safe for the vaccinees and safe for the staff

A successful vaccination campaign against COVID-19 mainly hinges on three things: an effective vaccine, trained staff, and a smoothly working administrative infrastructure. REINER has developed the digital vaccination process to support the latter. This is based on technical equipment that has been tried and tested for years and is extremely easy to operate. Quick and secure data acquisition is performed using the REINER SCT cyber Jack® wave chip card reader. The intuitive REINER VacCenAPP processes the master data of eGK/KVK while also serving as the printing software. The REINER jetStamp® 1025 inkjet printer then directly prints the data on the vaccination slip or into the vaccination certificate – legibly and without any errors. All recorded data are immediately available in a structured manner for the second vaccination and other subsequent medical processes.

Tried and tested components from Germany – from a single source

“We want to contribute to the professional handling of the coronavirus pandemic,” explains Gerolf Heldmaier, Director Sales and Marketing at REINER. “We were able to upgrade our devices with smart add-ons to use them for mobile temperature measurement during the first wave already. Now, we use our existing device portfolio in combination with the VacCenAPP software to offer a reliable basis for a digitised, and therefore likely error-free, vaccination process. These components contribute to a fast and safe vaccination campaign. They don't come with any high import fees either since they are made right in Baden-Württemberg. This keeps them available at short notice and in the long run.”
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