RFID in Healthcare

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) in Healthcare involves the use of radio frequency technology to track and manage medical assets, equipment, and patients. RFID solutions can help healthcare organizations manage their inventory better, keep patients safer, and run their operations more efficiently.

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Unlocking Savings with RFIDs: A Strategic Approach to Hospital Inventory Management

May 18, 2023

"Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in health care: where are we? A scoping review"

This research was conducted by Laura Profetto, Monica Gherardelli, and Ernesto Iadanza. It was published in the journal Health and Technology. The study provides an up-to-date picture of the use of RFID technology in health care settings.

"RFID analytics for hospital ward management"

This research was conducted by Chun-Hung Cheng and Yong-Hong Kuo. It was published in the journal Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal. The study presents an RFID-enabled platform for hospital ward management, demonstrating the feasibility of the implementation of this RFID-enabled platform for practical use in hospital wards.

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