Patient Tracking

Increasing the Value of Your EMR with Patient Flow Solutions using RTLS

March 20, 2019

In a busy hospital or outpatient clinic, optimizing patient flow can be a challenge. Without enhanced patient visibility, throughput slows, wait times increase and overcrowding can occur. According to the American Hospital Association, poor patient flow stems from a lack of data and communication. Tracking patient flow in real-time through enterprise-wide location technology can show […]


Decreasing the Patient Length of Stay

March 14, 2018

How Decreasing Patient Wait Times and Length of Stay Can Lower Risk of Hospital-Acquired Conditions and Impact the Bottom Line. Patient length of stay (LOS) is one of the biggest issues facing hospitals today. The longer a patient stays in the hospital, the greater the risk they will develop a healthcare-acquired infection (HAI) that they […]


How to Reduce Alarm Fatigue and Increase Patient Safety

October 26, 2016

Josette Weinstein, Marketing Coordinator We’ve all heard the story of the boy who cried wolf. Similar to the story, the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses cites that between 72% and 99% of all clinical alarms are false. This high number of false alarms has led to a healthcare phenomenon known as alarm fatigue. Alarm fatigue […]


Do More with Less Using RTLS – A Response to the Staffing Shortage in Healthcare

July 6, 2016

In April 2016, Healthcare Business News published an article on the staffing shortage crisis in America. The article suggests that the aging patient population increasing the demand for healthcare services as well as the number of healthcare workers entering retirement age are partially responsible for the shortfall. While the problem exists across the board for […]


The New Money Back Guarantee for Unsatisfied Patients

April 22, 2016

How are hospitals like Geisinger enhancing the patient experience? Earlier this week, there was an interesting story on NBC nightly news regarding how Geisinger Health System is offering patients the ability to request their money back if they are not satisfied with their hospital stay. This “money-back guarantee” concept, which we are used to seeing […]


Improving Patient Care and Satisfaction: Next Phase of Healthcare IT at HIMSS 2016

March 15, 2016

Steve Bollinger, Vice President of Sales The Healthcare Information Management System Society (HIMSS) conference is the Super Bowl™ of health IT. This year, there were over 50,000 registered attendees and exhibitors mostly from large healthcare organizations. The broad scope is impressive. HIMSS encompasses everything healthcare IT-related, and I mean everything. It’s easy to get lost […]


How RTLS Technology is Enhancing the Patient Experience

January 6, 2016

Technology is evolving the world today as we know it. Most innovations are to help increase communications, advance customer interaction, and get product into the hands of the consumer faster, easier and more efficiently. Healthcare is at the forefront of utilizing advanced technology to help streamline processes and provide a more healing environment to patients. […]


Optimized Patient Flow with Staff, Patient and Asset Tracking in the Emergency Department

December 1, 2015

The Emergency Room is one of the most active departments within a hospital. Patients come in during all times of the day and night with a variety of different illnesses or injuries. Throughout the various scores of events that take place, from Triage to departure, patients are moved around and seen by numerous hospital caretakers […]


Indoor GPS for Hospitals Tracking and Locating in the New Age

October 31, 2013

Stephanie Toronidis, Marketing Coordinator Whether it is in our cars, phones or tablets, using some form of GPS has become second (perhaps first) nature, especially with the growth of social media platforms, take Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and Google+ which all have opt-ins for location tracking. You can keep up with where your friends are as […]