Healthcare

Traditional healthcare is one of the final industries to feel the worldwide impact of digital transformation. However, emerging technologies, such as remote patient monitoring and RFID technology, are enabling improved outcomes and reduced costs across the board in healthcare. 

Remote patient monitoring allows physicians and hospitals to monitor patients outside of the conventional clinic setting, where the technology can provide 24/7 data between patients and physicians.  Over 88 percent of hospitals and health systems are investing in remote patient monitoring technologies to better connect hospitals with patients. 

Running a hospital is an enormous logistical challenge. Many hospitals have relied on barcodes and other labor intensive processes to track and manage assets, patients, medications and more. But these methods divert time and attention away from the primary focus of quality patient care and are often inaccurate measurements as they rely on busy staff members with other priorities.

Today RFID is helping hospitals throughout the world to improve organization, cut costs, and eliminate healthcare risks.

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Asset Tracking-Delonti’s Directions
Delonti’s AIM(Asset and Inventory Management) is built  on the ideology of Expected Location vs Exact Location. In a perfect world, these would always be the same. Unfortunately, assets get moved or disposed without proper documentation leaving behind the questions:
  1. Where is it Now?
  2. Where is the closest piece of equipment I need?
  3. What was its last location?
  4. History?
  5. Utilization?

By outfitting patients with RFID-enabled wristbands or ID tags, hospitals have the ability to keep track of all patients. This is particularly helpful in mental health care or elder care facilities, where some patients—such as those suffering from Alzheimer’s may become confused or lost.

RFID tracking also allows staff to view and improve patient flow. For instance, if a patient is sent from the ER to radiology, and then on to a different room to get a blood test, wait times at each new room can be lengthy. RFID not only makes these wait times and inefficiencies visible so processes can be streamlined, but it also allows for the automation of caregiver notifications.

Monitoring patients with RFID has the potential to reduce wait times, and increase patient satisfaction and safety.

Benefits of RFID Technology

  • Active RFID monitoring technology prevents an individual from leaving a defined safe area by locking doors and/or alerting care providers when that individual approaches a monitored exit or safety zone.
  • The individual can still move independently throughout a facility except in those areas where access should be restricted due to potential injury (e.g. kitchens, boiler rooms, exterior courtyards exposed to the elements, etc.).
  • Active RFID system receivers can be strategically positioned throughout a facility to provide the most extensive coverage and ensure optimized signal strength for the best monitoring of wander-prone individuals.

Delonti Solution Enables Access Control to Improve Security

RFID Ensures Authenticity and Quality of Pharmaceuticals

RFID Enables Wireless Temperature Sensing

Healthcare facilities are usually crowded with patients and personnel, making it difficult to find your way to the right treatment room.. Indoor navigation can help direct patients or visitors to the right place in an instant.

A simple solution to help you manage the attendance of nursing staff who are working at patient locations and manage their payrolls accordingly. System components include

Traditional healthcare is one of the final industries to feel the worldwide impact of digital transformation. However, emerging technologies, such as remote patient monitoring and RFID technology, are enabling improved outcomes and reduced costs across the board in healthcare.

Elopement Patient Tracking System

Asset Tracking System

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