- Idaho School Installs RTLS to Make Students Safer
Employees at Skyview High School wear Ekahau Wi-Fi badges that can be used to call for help in the event of a security threat or medical emergency, and also trigger a lockdown.
- Odette Cancer Centre Boosts Throughput Via RFID
The Toronto facility is using a solution from RFID Canada and Bykart Software to inform patients of wait times, direct them to their appointments and alert staff that a patient is awaiting services.
- Hospitals in Japan, China Seek to Save Lives Via Pocketsize Reader
The facilities are using a handheld, made by BayNexus, to read passive UHF and 2.4 GHz tags and bar codes, and thus ensure patients receive the right medications.
- At IEEE RFID Conference, Passive Tags Talk With Each Other, Contact Lenses Help Control Diabetes
The annual event, co-located with RFID Journal LIVE!, has led to technical education, networking and innovation among attendees and presenters.
- Gentag and AHC Debut NFC RFID Solution for North American Home Health Aides
The two companies are launching a product that includes a specially built cell phone and software that enables workers to chronicle their patient visits via system already in use the United Kingdom.
- Boeing, Hanmi Pharmaceutical, Impinj Among Winners of 2013 RFID Journal Awards
The winners for Best RFID Implementation, Most Innovative Use of RFID, Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product or Service, Best in Show, Special Achievement and the RFID Green Award were announced today at the RFID Journal LIVE! conference.
- Summerville Medical Center Boosts Hand-Hygiene Compliance
The HCA Healthcare facility has added hygiene-monitoring functionality to its RTLS solution from GE Healthcare, to track when and how often staff members wash their hands.
- Joint Health Clinic Aims to Boost Efficiency, Satisfaction Via RTLS
Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida is using a real-time location system provided by Solstice Medical and Ekahau to improve appointment scheduling and flow, enabling the clinic to serve patients with fewer delays.
- IntelligentM Wristband Monitors Hand Hygiene, Vibrates to Provide Staff Alerts
The system tracks when and how well staff members wash their hands, using RFID readers incorporated in wristbands, as well as passive tags attached to soap dispensers, medical materials and staff ID badges.
- Michigan's Memorial Healthcare Adopts Ekahau Wi-Fi Tags
The hospital is using the tags to enable personnel to request help or send an alert while working in the behavioral health unit, as well as track the temperatures of medicines and other perishables within its pharmacy.
- Brigham and Women's Hospital Tests NFC RFID for Patient Bedsides
An interdisciplinary project team is developing a solution for the electronic management of medication administration, with Near Field Communication passive tags attached to medications, patients' wristband and nurses' badges.
- Bassin de Thau Hospital to Expand RFID System for Tracking Patient Records
The French facility, which had been using handheld interrogators to record when files were checked out, will install fixed readers in the corridors connecting the facility's wings.
- Manila Hospital Slashes Infection Rate
The Medical City has seen a 48 percent reduction in infections in one year since installing an RTLS-based hand-washing compliance system.
- Microchip Markets RFID Technology that Transmits via the Human Body
The company says its BodyCom active tags and readers are more secure than RFID technology that transmits signals through the air, making it suitable for controlling access to cars, buildings, power tools, computers and firearms.
- Children's of Alabama Expands RTLS Deployment for Asset Tracking
Having deployed Versus' RTLS at its Benjamin Russell Hospital, Children's of Alabama is installing it within its older building, and plans to use it to manage nurse emergency calls and monitor hand hygiene.