Track Critical Healthcare Supplies
Using RFID in healthcare can transform daily hospital operations. Radiofrequency identification (RFID) provides an efficient, cost-effective, and automated way to collect and manage information while also supporting best practices in patient care. RFID data collection can deliver benefits in a variety of areas such as:
- Equipment &Asset Tracking – Handheld and fixed RFID readers can allow for faster locating of critical healthcare assets. With RFID, facilities can monitor the movement of supplies and prevent lost assets, items sent to the wrong location, delays, or even errors in patient care.
- Work In Process & Compliance – Create a system of compliance for healthcare workflows such as autoclaving and medication administration. Trigger notifications when an item is sent to the wrong location or doesn’t follow a complaint process.
- Inventory Management – RFID reduces time, labor, and guesswork in managing items in inventory. RFID checkpoints can provide instant verification of the items and quantities that enter and leave your facility, in addition to verifying that the right supplies have been received in your shipment.
Healthcare Equipment Tracking & Inventory Management with RFID
Hospitals cannot afford to miss a beat due to lost or misplaced inventory. By tracking healthcare equipment with RFID, hospitals can monitor and account for inventory as it moves throughout a facility’s rooms, hallways, and dock doors. All the solution requires is:
As a result, hospital staff can avoid losing expensive assets, or jeopardizing proper patient care by not having the right equipment, medicine, or supplies at hand.
Get Started Using RFID
RMS Omega has decades of experience working with healthcare providers and data collection systems that utilize RFID. We build complete solutions with the right hardware, software, supplies, services, and support so your RFID system continues to deliver the results you need to improve patient care. Each RFID solution is tailored to the challenges your facility needs to address.