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  • Leading Hospitals and Health-Care Centers to Be Featured at RFID in Health Care 2015

    Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Northwestern University will be among the case studies presented at the event, being held this week in San Francisco.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Impinj launches RAIN RFID retail solutions with Detego, InMotion and Nedap ••• SML upgrades Clarity retail inventory-management software ••• Vizinex RFID releases Sentry Slim Skinnie tag ••• MEPS Real-Time updates system for pharmacy automation, inventory management ••• Giant Eagle tests Powershelf out-of-stock sensors as part of food-industry study ••• Sensoro deploys 110,000-beacon network in China.

  • Mackenzie Health's Innovation Unit Assesses RTLS

    The 34-bed unit, created specifically for testing new technologies, has completed a yearlong pilot of hand-hygiene, patient-safety and bed-management applications, and is now exploring how to best use and permanently deploy the technology.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Jamison RFID and Cybra announce item-tracking solution for retailers ••• HID Global and Omni-ID resolve patent dispute ••• AIM drafts standard for testing RFID readers' effects on medical equipment ••• Reveal Mobile, Digital2GO Media Networks to share beacon-based data ••• View Technologies launches inView solution partner program ••• DecaWave and Time Domain partner on serving micro-location market.

  • New RFID for Medical Device Management Seminar to Be Co-Located With RFID in Health Care 2015

    RFID Journal has announced that the daylong seminar will take place during the annual conference and exhibition, to be held on Dec. 2-3, in San Francisco.

  • Episcopal Senior Communities Expands RTLS Deployment

    The organization is using Stanley Healthcare's Wi-Fi-based system to provide an easy way for residents to call for help, detect when wander-prone residents stray toward doorways and monitor temperatures within refrigerators and freezers.

  • RFID News Roundup

    GuardRFID unveils proximity tag exciter for room- or bed-level location ••• Bluewater Health selects Awarepoint RTLS ••• Texas A&M picks Apptricity RFID solution to manage Corps of Cadets uniforms ••• Norway Post expands implementation of Nedap's multi-access RFID solution ••• Thinfilm, Ypsomed partner on NFC-enabled injection systems for self-medication ••• Fujitsu outfits work van with RFID, GPS, sensors and more.

  • BJC Healthcare Adopts RFID Cabinets to Track Surgical Devices

    The Midwest hospital operator is deploying a solution from Cardinal Health across all cath labs, GI labs and operating rooms, to track the high-value implants and surgical devices kept onsite.

  • Cardinal Health to Cornerstone-Sponsor RFID in Health Care 2015

    The medical and pharmaceutical products and services provider will be the cornerstone sponsor for RFID Journal's 8th annual conference and exhibition for the health-care sector, to be held on Dec. 2-3.

  • Quuppa's Beacon-based RTLS Sees Adoption by Health Care and Retail

    The company's real-time locating system uses Bluetooth-beacon tags and receivers with integrated antennas to track personnel and assets, determining location within a few centimeters.

  • Xerafy Releases Its Smallest On-Metal RFID Tags

    No bigger than a grain of rice, the new XXS tags are tiny enough to be embedded in very small medical tools, and have a read range of 1.6 to 2 feet.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Invengo Technology announces new channel partner program ••• Stanley Healthcare unveils new Emergency Call products for senior communities ••• Nano Dimension debuts silver nanoparticle inks for printed electronics, including RFID ••• RFID market tops $10 billion in 2015, IDTechEx Research estimates ••• ThingMagic readers add support for Gen2v2 security functions ••• Global RFID blood-monitoring systems market to top $500 billion by 2022.

  • Better Day Health Automates Patient Health Records, Location

    The solution employs RFID technology provided by Barcoding Inc. to identify which patient a physician is examining, and automatically pull up that patient's records, as well as transcribes patient-physician conversations.

  • Industry Leaders to Discuss Benefits of RFID at RFID Journal LIVE! Europe 2015

    End users from manufacturing, retail, supply chain, health care and other key industries will share how-tos and strategies at RFID Journal's 11th annual European conference and exhibition, to be held on Nov. 9-10.

  • Geisinger Tracks Patients With Disposable RTLS Wristband Tags

    The medical center is using CenTrak's low-cost wristband tags and TeleTracking's software to provide location information to patients' families and care providers, and to the hospital's cleaning staff.

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