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Hospitals ga-ga over RFID
Jun 24, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
June 24, 2004—An Australian hospital has completed the implementation of an RFID-based baby-tracking system in its maternity ward. The initiative was launched in response to the 2003 kidnapping of a newborn from the ward. So far the project has worked well, generating strong interest from other Australian hospitals and health industry institutions.
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