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  • 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.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Omni-ID intros smallest UHF on-metal printable label ••• Neology, NXP partner on RFID-enabled traffic-management, vehicle ID systems ••• Pittsburgh Penguins adds Rover proximity platform to its beacon installation ••• TagMaster NA announces new UHF sticker tag for vehicle-access applications ••• German hospitals enlist Recall's RFID-enabled patient record management service ••• Star Systems Int'l provides 1.2 million headlamp tags to Dominican Republic.

  • Australian Researcher Uses RFID to Track Preschoolers' Activity Levels

    The project's goal is to learn how teachers can influence their students' behavior, with the premise being that greater physical activity improves a child's health and well-being.

  • Dutch Hospital Uses Beacons to Track Treatment for Cardiac Patients

    A solution from Zebra Technologies allows Leiden University Medical to know, in real time, how long a patient has been at the hospital before undergoing angioplasty.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Teslonix launches evaluation kit for developing IoT, RFID systems with new RF technology ••• Kalahari resort in the Poconos implements PDC's SmartBand RFID system ••• East Kent Hospitals tracks 3,000 medical devices via Harland Simon's RFID tags ••• Haldor announces standalone RFID-enabled sponge-management system for hospitals ••• DFI Technologies intros new NFC-enabled rugged tablet for industrial automation.

  • RFID News Roundup

    Noahcard releases RFID tags, inlays based on Monza R6 chip ••• Star Systems International expands into EMEA market ••• Blue Bite unveils esca Bluetooth beacons, cloud-based dashboard ••• RetailNext adds beacon-based employee data to its retail analytics solutions ••• Arrowsmith & Grant integrates SATO RFID technology into medical refrigerators ••• Univ. of Wisconsin athletics dept. adopts beacon solution from YinzCam, Gimbal.

  • Nutrace, Belintra Market RFID-based Surgical-Tool Tracking Solution in the U.S.

    The Nutrace system, already used by hospitals in Europe, includes Belintra's passive HF RFID tags, Panmobil's handheld RFID readers and its own Stemato software for managing data.

  • Stanley Black & Decker to Shutter Its AeroScout Industrial Division

    Companies in the manufacturing, transportation and logistics sectors will not be able to buy AeroScout tags and exciters after Oct. 31. However, Stanley will continue to offer AeroScout solutions to hospitals and other health-care customers.

  • New Omni-ID Passive UHF Tags Endure 225 Degrees Celsius

    Thousands of the company's new Fit tags are already being deployed in manufacturing and health-care settings.

  • Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas Expands RFID System to Manage Location of Drug Trays

    The San Diego medical facility is now using MEPS' Virtual Logbook, in conjunction with the company's Intelliguard Kit and Tray Management System, to enable personnel to more quickly find RFID-tagged medications when they're needed elsewhere, or if any are recalled or nearing their expiration dates.

  • MIT Researchers Use RFID to Diagnose Freeze-damaged Vaccines

    The idea is to integrate a passive RFID tag with a liquid-filled vial, so that if frozen, the vial would expand, damaging the antenna enough that the tag would no longer be readable.

  • Italian Reproductive Medicine Center Uses RFID to Track In Vitro Fertilization

    Genera has found that Research Instruments' RI Witness solution makes its Rome and Naples clinics more efficient, while providing extra confidence to patients and embryologists that every process will be error-free.

  • Cryogatt Releases Cryogenics Solution

    The system combines the company's readers and software with HID Global's tags to enable the tracking of frozen specimens inside freezer containers as cold as -321 degrees Fahrenheit.

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