In the medical field, radio frequency identification is a valuable tool for improving asset-utilization rates and patient outcomes, reducing the incidence of lost or stolen equipment, decreasing the amount of time nurses spend searching for missing items, and more. With that in mind, RFID in Health Care, RFID Journal's ninth conference focused on this sector, was designed to help hospital and clinic executives considering RFID deployments at their facilities to make the best implementation decisions, by presenting case studies from medical end users that have already deployed the technology.
Recordings of the conference's speaker presentations are now available in RFID Journal's online video library. Links to these videos, along with PDFs of the slides used during the presentations, are listed below. Note that some speakers have not granted permission to have their presentations and/or slides archived.
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