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RFID in Healthcare

Health, safety and quality are priorities in the medical industry. Take care of these aspects every day with an RFID system. With radio identification technology, you will organize all documentation, control the stages of research and treatment, and improve logistics processes. See what you can do with RFID in various areas of medicine.

RFID application in hospitals

  • Location of hospital equipment – staff will find the tagged device at any time, thanks to which they will respond to various situations faster and more effectively.
  • Resource inventory – you can accurately inventory up to 350 products in 1 second with an accuracy of 99.7%, which will save time on manual counting and better optimize order planning.
  • Elimination of losses - RFID tags store information such as model, series, batch and expiration date, which makes it easy to find medicines that are about to expire and avoid them expiring.
  • Electronic identification – you will increase the safety of staff and patients thanks to remote identification of their identity, e.g. a wristband with an RFID tag. This way you will establish individual access to different rooms.
  • Equipment control - you can easily check where specific drugs, devices, medical waste are located, and also learn the stage of the processes to which they are subjected (e.g. washing bedding, sterilization of tools, disposal).

Application of RFID in pharmacy and biotechnology

  • Resource monitoring - tagging pharmaceutical products allows them to be quickly inventoried in warehouses, identified, precisely located and checked at what stage the orders are.
  • Access control – with RFID you will grant employees individual authorizations to various rooms (e.g. to the zone with psychoactive drugs). Thanks to this, third parties will not enter them, and any unauthorized entry will be registered by the RFID antenna and notified security.
  • Drug safety – the use of RFID seals on collective containers with higher-risk drugs (e.g. psychoactive drugs) more effectively secures shipment. A positive scanning of the RFID tag means that everything has been intact.
  • Monitoring environmental conditions - thanks to RFID, you can check the temperature of the environment in which there are medicines requiring special storage, which will make you react faster if it is inappropriate.
  • Control of drug authenticity - RFID technology allows each drug to be assigned an individual tag that contains all information about the preparation. This reduces the risk of counterfeiting and theft.
  • Improvement of deliveries – RFID technology allows for automation of the processes of placing orders, issuing and receiving shipments, as well as tracking the movement of pharmaceutical products.

Application of RFID in medical laboratories

  • Process automation - you will speed up the processes of storage, transport, sample inventory, as well as monitoring and control of tests several times because you will perform many tasks automatically.
  • Monitoring and identification of samples - you will save time by automatically recognizing samples, checking their testing stages, quality and authenticity.
  • Laboratory resource management – you can quickly inventory rooms with samples, check expiration dates of tests and batch numbers, as well as check the number of devices, their condition and location.
  • Quality control – with RFID you can check the progress of research on an ongoing basis, and thus learn more about the current stages of scientific processes, their effectiveness and quality.
  • Monitoring environmental conditions – you can easily check the temperature of the room or container containing medications that require special storage. The RFID system will inform you when it is inappropriate, so you can better prevent losses.
  • Document management – you can collect research and scientific documentation in one place, so you can easily access it at any time.