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RFID Journal Virtual Event
RFID in Health Care Virtual Event 2016
July 19, 2016 EDT
In the health-care field, hospitals and other medical facilities are employing RFID to improve patient safety, increase asset utilization with real-time tracking, boost revenue with automated billing and reduce medical errors using track-and-match applications. This virtual event will feature health-care providers and leading early adopters sharing real-world case studies that reveal the business benefits of RFID technology.
RFID in Healthcare
Welcome and Introduction
Calculating the Return on Investment from a Real-Time Location System
An RFID-based real-time location system increases asset utilization rates and cuts expenditures on replacement and rental equipment. In this session, we explain how RFID Journal's RTLS ROI Calculator estimates that return on investment based on expected improvements in asset utilization rate. The session also covers some of the other soft benefits that can be achieved with an RTLS.
RTLS Innovation Improves Hospital Operations at Celebration Health
Celebration Health, a Florida Hospital facility, is employing a real-time location system (RTLS) to measure the operational efficiency of its 11-suite operating room. A 2016 RFID Journal Award winner for Most Innovative Use of RFID, the facility handles more than 14,000 cases annually. With the growing demand, there is constant pressure to increase efficiency and leverage capacity to the fullest. Team members wear RTLS badges enabling the hospital to gather and analyze data regarding staff members' movements, in order to ascertain how the OR could become more efficient. The system utilizes the facility's existing Wi-Fi infrastructure and ultrasound exciters with tags that transmit data to the Wi-Fi nodes and exciters, and software that manages information related to RTLS reads. Celebration Health is using a business-intelligence and analytics tool, as well as its own business-management software, including Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, to evaluate the data and determine what it means for staff efficiency, patient flow and satisfaction, and how these could be improved. Learn how the solution allows management to view information, such as the number of trips for supplies, enabling the hospital to improve procedures based on those findings.
Speakers: Ashley Simmons, MBA, MBB LSS (Master Blackbelt Lean Six Sigma), Director of Innovation Development, Florida Hospital; Charles Morris, Senior Innovation Specialist , Florida Hospital
Hospital to Home: The Right RFID Application to Navigate the Continuum of Health Care
From hospital to home, RFID technology can improve patient safety and increase the quality of care throughout the health-care continuum. Whether you need to automate processes, optimize equipment workflows and utilization, manage biological specimens in harsh environments, or provide secure electronic visit verification during in-home patient visits, HID Global will guide you through the ideal RFID application best suited for your health-care environment.
RFID Provides Award-Winning Visibility for Hospitals
Learn how TrackCore, the 2016 winner of RFID Journal's Best Use of RFID to Enhance a Product or Service award, uses its universal tissue and implant tracking software, integrated with RFID-enabled cabinets, refrigerators and freezers, to improve hospital compliance and operations. The integrated solution's near-real-time inventory visibility, temperature recording and secure storage provides improved time management with compliance accuracy and inventory control with minimal human intervention.
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