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HCL offers free online pharmacy label printing

February 12, 2014

Predefined templates allow users to design and print labels using a desktop printer.

Health Care Logistics has introduced its free online labeling program, GoHCLabels.com, which aims to offer the benefits of quick, convenient pharmacy label printing using a desktop printer. Predefined templates allow users to design and print all pharmacy labels for better inventory control, medication accuracy and patient care.

"GoHCLabels.com is an instantly accessible platform that allows multiple users from a single facility to share labels for quicker, easier, more efficient online retrieval," the company says. "Users can access their entire library of saved labels at any time. There are no downloads required; simply register on the website and begin using the program.

"Because it is web based, there is no need to install software locally on a computer and no valuable information to risk losing when a computer crashes or a facility relocates. Additionally, a mobile platform allows users to access the program on their desktop, laptop or mobile device so they can print labels on the go or approve labels offsite."

Users can print full sheets of labels or print single labels in full color as their needs require. Free technical support is also available.
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