RFID is a technology used to identify people and objects using radio waves. This technology, which is available at our organizations, helps us to measure and manage certain processes. These processes are automated to minimize human involvement and ultimately, eliminate the risk of errors.
Our RFID Services include;
- Verification System to Ensure Infant Safety,
- OR Patient Monitoring System,
- Safe and Effective Inventory Monitoring System,
- Traceable Linen Management System for Laundry Services.
Verification System to Ensure Infant Safety
Mothers and infants are monitored in real-time using RFID bracelets with active data carriers. In case of risk and/or attempted infant or child abduction, Code Pink alarm system is triggered, which ensures timely response by staff. This RFID-based technology maximizes mother and infant safety.
OR Patient Monitoring System
Using RFID bracelets, a patient can be traced from the moment he leaves his room throughout preparation, surgery, and recovery periods until he returns to his room in real time. Personal and care-related patient information is communicated accurately and completely to facilitate a safe handover between different levels of care and a flawless patient transfer process.
Safe and Effective Inventory Monitoring System
Active RFID technology uses an internal energy source to monitor inventory items in prescribed areas. A reader, position transmitter and active tags ensure traceability of inventory items. Certain areas are identified and systems are set up to monitor the time it takes for an item to arrive, stay and leave a given location and thus, its utilization time. Reports generated using inventory flow data can be used to improve the quality of purchasing decisions. In addition, an alarm is triggered in case of unauthorized removal of an item and the closest item can be located easily in case of an emergency.
Traceable Linen Management System for Laundry Services
Using RFID tags, textiles are identified at the moment of purchase to monitor their quantitative and qualitative characteristics, life cycle, and physical location. This system offers many benefits including identifying textiles in each department, collecting data on the frequency of their use, preventing unauthorized egress from the organization, and promotes effective stock management which in turn reduces textile-related costs.