Top issues healthcare facilities face

•    Hoarding equipment
•    Missing or stolen equipment
•    Accurate patient and bed tracking
•    Controlling access to hazardous waste depots, rooms and medication storage

Healthcare is considered one of the fastest growing business and largest service industries in the world.

To cope with this expansion, healthcare industry must change its traditional operations and deploy a new information system to manage unpredictable processes and supply accurate responses in time.

Hospitals can tag patients, check reports and ensure timely treatment by reviewing information on RFID tags. They can also tag and track all medical devices and equipment. Using RFID, all assets in hospitals can be tagged and tracked in seconds.

Healthcare Equipment

Management of medical articles – Fast tracking of mobile medical articles ensures a better use of them, which reduces the amount of time wasted by staff searching for equipment;

Patient Care

Correct identification of patients and their location at all times may lead to increased security (for example in case of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease). Better management of hospital beds within a medical unit.

Medical Substances

Drug traceability is fundamental to eliminate counterfeit drugs. A significant decrease in the number of errors in patient medication administration can be achieved through quick and accurate drug reading, thus also ensuring the checking of prescribed dosage for a patient.

Inventory Management

Early identification of inventory items and rapid inventory achievement may result in the elimination of overstocked or low stock situations and optimisation of current inventory etc.



•Monitoring patients
•Out of bed detection
•Equipment inventory management
•Real-time visibility to equipment inventory and location
•Ensure patients receive the correct medications and medical devices
•Providing data for electronic medical records systems
•Reducing medical errors