We have published several articles that might be of interest, in addition to one about the Singapore hospital:
Hospitals are tracking visitors, patients and staff so they can trace all of the people with whom a suspected SARS patient has had contact.
The facility is testing a real-time location system to track hand-washing, the cleaning of equipment and the visits to patients by personnel.
Officials stand ready to deploy RFID at all hospitals to control any major recurrence of severe acute respiratory syndrome.
In an innovative effort to contain potential epidemic outbreaks of SARS, the Center for Aerospace and Systems Technology carried out a project for Ton Yen General Hospital called Hospital Contact History and Monitoring System.
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