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RFID Journal covers RFID pharmaceutical technologies and applications, which enable companies to track drugs, populate pedigrees with data, reduce counterfeiting and achieve supply chain efficiencies.
Hospital Pharmacies Using RFID-Enabled Medication from QuVa Pharma
The compounder has been providing its prefilled medication syringes to its customers since late 2017 using technology from Kit Check, to enable those customers to receive and manage the receipt, movement and administration of medications to boost safety and efficiency.
Pharmaceutical Case Studies
Polish Cancer Center Tracks Drug Temperatures via a Real-Time NFC-enabled Solution
The system, from Bluog and Utz Group, includes NFC-enabled data-loggers, Near Field Communication readers attached to containers, and a cellular or Wi-Fi connection to software managing the read data.
Health-Care Labs Get Healthier
Targeted solutions for monitoring specimens and tracking assets, and innovative research, promise to make RFID a standard tool in laboratories.
Pharmaceutical Editor's Notes
Enter the RFID Journal Awards for 2014
Companies and organizations have until the end of this week to submit their entries and be recognized for their outstanding work in using radio frequency identification technology.
Pharmaceutical Expert Views
A new GS1 standard will make it cost-efficient for retail pharmacies and distributors to verify e-pedigree data.
Pharmaceutical How To Articles
How to Deploy a Health-Care Real-Time Location System
Strategic advice from four hospitals that are tagging and tracking assets—and achieving a return on their investment—can help you plan a successful solution.
Pharmaceutical White Papers
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