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HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr

Just what the doctor ordered to save time and support HIPAA requirements.

Deploy a display designed for clinicians with the HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr. It’s easily sanitizable1, DICOM Part 14-compliant, and has built-in authentication support and collaboration tools.

Promote patient safety

Be ready for the next patient or user with HP’s first clinical review display that’s sanitizable with germicidal wipes every shift, every day.2 IEC 60601-1-2: 2015 certification3 means you can use it in patient rooms and nurses stations.

Product brief (PDF, 1,116kb)

Simplify daily security with a smart design

Log in fast with a simple badge tap and spend more time on patient care with the world’s first clinical review display to integrate an RFID card reader that supports single sign-on authentication.4,5

Hear every voice, read every facial expression

Create an optimal, collaborative telemedicine experience with a clinical review display that’s Vidyo Ready and certified for Skype for Business® and has integrated multimedia and UCC access tools.

Superb viewing for clinical images

View accurate, consistent medical images on HP’s first 27” diagonal 3.7 MP clinical review display with luminance uniformity, automatic backlight monitoring, auto image rotation, and user calibration.6

Features

IR camera

Use your face as your password with an integrated RGB webcam and Microsoft Hello-certified7 IR sensor.

USB-C™

Eliminate cable clutter with USB-C™, providing data transfer and up to 65W power for connected devices8.

Additional connectivity

Connect PCs and devices with HDMI, DisplayPort™, VGA, and USB, including dual-display configurations.

Zero bright dot guarantee

With our HP Zero Bright Dot Guarantee9, we’ll replace the screen if even one bright sub-pixel fails.

Single footprint set-up

Attach an HP Desktop Mini or select HP Thin Client behind the display for a compact, integrated solution.

Rotation & ergonomics

Work comfortably with adjustable tilt, height adjustment, and swivel settings. Use pivot rotation to easily move between portrait or landscape views.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Datasheet (PDF, 7MB)

Disclaimers

  1. See user guide for cleaning instructions
  2. Based on HP’s internal analysis as of Nov. 1, 2017 of displays tested to simulate up to 10,000 wipes with germicidal towelettes over a 3-year period. See user guide for cleaning instructions. The HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr is not intended for use in diagnosis, cure, treatment or prevention of disease or other medical conditions.
  3. The HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr is not intended for use in diagnosis, cure, treatment, or prevention of disease or other medical conditions.
  4. Based upon HP’s internal analysis as of November 13, 2017 of Clinical Review displays which are DICOM Part 14 compliant, IEC 60601-1-2:2015 certified, have USB ports to offer an optional externally connected RFID card reader to support single-sign-on, and have a standard 3-year warranty. Single sign-on software sold separately. The HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr is not intended for use in diagnosis, cure, treatment or prevention of disease or other medical conditions.
  5. Imprivata, Caradigm, and Healthcast software sold separately.
  6. Auto image rotation is only enabled if the user has installed the HP Auto Rotation Driver. User Calibration can only be done with the use of an external colorimeter and having the HP Healthcare Edition Calibration Tool software running on a USB connected PC. The HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr is not intended for use in diagnosis, cure, treatment, or prevention of disease or other medical conditions
  7. Windows Hello requires Windows 10.
  8. Based upon HP’s internal analysis as of November 13, 2017 of Clinical Review displays which are DICOM Part 14 compliant, IEC 60601-1-2:2015 certified, have integrated USB ports, and have a standard 3-year warranty. The HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr is not intended for use in diagnosis, cure, treatment, or prevention of disease or other medical conditions.
  9. The HP Pixel Policy allows no bright sub-pixel defects for this display. For complete details, see http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00288895