In this case study, learn how a N.Y.-based medical center partnered with ISS Solutions to choose a CMMS, clean up data, and emphasize data quality in CMMS transitions.
Dayton, Ohio-based Midmark RTLS announces that it now offers a cloud-based, Bluetooth Low Energy asset tracking solution—a combination that can be rapidly deployed across health systems, in both new and existing facilities without time-consuming, resource-intensive projects.Read More
“The future of healthcare will be tech-enabled and contextual, so partnering with a leading RTLS company like Vizzia is a natural fit,” says Phunware CEO Alan S. Knitowski.Read More
The Nemours Sidekick program using Infinite Leap RLTS aims to help Nemours’ associates perform their work efficiently and effectively.Read More
According to a new market research report, the real-time location systems (RTLS) market for healthcare will be adversely affected by COVID-19 in 2020 and 2021, but is expected to be worth $3.9 billion by 2025.Read More
AAMI University has announced that it is hosting a webinar, “RTLS: Tracking Assets and Beyond,” that will illustrate the strategic role healthcare technology management professionals have in evaluating, selecting, implementing, and maintaining real-time location systems. The webinar will be held December 8, from 1:00 to 2:00 PM (EST).Read More
Battery choice can have a major impact on a hospital’s workflow, particularly when it comes to real-time location system (RTLS) technologies. Unexpected loss of battery power can occupy staff time and cause gaps in care, while long-lasting batteries can help hospitals reduce costs. Ultimately, however, hospitals should not be choosing between devices that use alkaline or lithium batteries, but between technologies that do not take battery life into account and those that do.Read More