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Review of RTLS Implementation Goals February 3, 2013

Posted by Russ Arnett in Projects and Risks, RTLS - Hospital Application.
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Due to unparalleled accuracy, TeleTracking provided and supported RTLS can reliably  deliver a hard ROI in less than a year in hospital environments:

  • PAR Level Tracking: Set the system to automatically alert staff if the last pump is removed from a supply room, or better yet, when the next-to-last pump is removed so that your staff will never have to search for equipment. PAR level tracking requires 100% room level accuracy.
  • Rental Management: Have the confidence to reduce excessive spares by knowing the minimum number of spares during the past month.
  • Utilization Rates: Generate alerts whenever used equipment is placed into a soiled utility room, and become aware of equipment shortages before they become critical.
  • Egress/Shrinkage Prevention: Generate an alert if expensive equipment approaches a building exit, or if it comes too close to the incinerator.
  • Reducing Equipment Search Times: Never worry about missing a piece of equipment during an equipment or software recalls, and make it easy to find all equipment before the preventative maintenance interval has expired. Gone are the days of exhaustively searching every room for that one missing pump!
  • Advanced Workflow Optimization: TeleTracking RTLS solution is one that integrates to its own patented XT System that supports workflow analysis or process optimization, such as patient flow, capacity management, bed management, infection and more.


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