Transforming Healthcare
with Information technology
Improvising Healthcare using Wireless
Technology.
Impetech’s – Next ge...
Managing Staff Workflow
• Improve work flow of nursing staff
ID badges with a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag th...
Tracking Medical Equipment
• Wireless RFID technology now allows hospitals to track not only the real-time location of cri...
Automating Environmental
Monitoring
• By attaching sensors to wireless RFID tags that can send temperature or humidity dat...
Increasing Security
• Infant protection system to help prevent child abductions . Protects more than 1.5 million infants
w...
Monitoring Hand Hygiene
Compliance
• Sensors in soap and hand sanitizer dispensers that communicate with RFID tags in staf...
Analysing Operational Data
• Data analytics to improve hospital operations.
• All of the wireless sensors hospitals are us...
Thank You
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  • Wireless RFID technology now allows hospitals to track not only the real-time location of critical equipment, but also the status or condition of the equipment. For example, it is possible to know if an item is in use or idle, or if it has gone through the sterilization process. This eliminates hours of searching and allows clinicians and nursing staff to focus on caring for patients
  • infant protection system to help prevent child abductions Protects more than 1.5 million infants worldwide each year.ID badges with an integrated RFID tag. Whenever a staff member enters a patient’s room, her photo, name and job function appears on the patient’s in-room screen. This allows the patient to easily and positively identify staff and it lets the patient’s family know who has visited the patient and when.
  • Data analytics to improve hospital operations.All of the wireless sensors hospitals are using generate tremendous amounts of data. This data can be mined to provide new insights into hospital operations
  • Transforming healthcare with information technology

    1. 1. Transforming Healthcare with Information technology Improvising Healthcare using Wireless Technology. Impetech’s – Next generation HMIS
    2. 2. Managing Staff Workflow • Improve work flow of nursing staff ID badges with a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag that works with the hospital’s Wi-Fi network. The tags track the movement of nurses throughout their shift.
    3. 3. Tracking Medical Equipment • Wireless RFID technology now allows hospitals to track not only the real-time location of critical equipment, but also the status or condition of the equipment. • For example: it is possible to know if an item is in use or idle, or if it has gone through the sterilization process. • This eliminates hours of searching and allows clinicians and nursing staff to focus on caring for patients
    4. 4. Automating Environmental Monitoring • By attaching sensors to wireless RFID tags that can send temperature or humidity data over Wi-Fi. • Hospitals can record temperatures at regular intervals and be automatically alerted if conditions exceed a predetermined range. • This translates into tremendous cost savings because it helps prevent spoilage of expensive tissue or medicines or failure of servers, and it supports compliance and reporting
    5. 5. Increasing Security • Infant protection system to help prevent child abductions . Protects more than 1.5 million infants worldwide each year. • ID badges with an integrated RFID tag. • Whenever a staff member enters a patient’s room, her photo, name and job function appears on the patient’s in-room screen. • This allows the patient to easily and positively identify staff and it lets the patient’s family know who has visited the patient and when.
    6. 6. Monitoring Hand Hygiene Compliance • Sensors in soap and hand sanitizer dispensers that communicate with RFID tags in staff identification badges can now determine if and when staff sanitize their hands. • This not only aids in regulatory compliance and reporting, but also helps the hospital understand behaviours and improve processes, which can ultimately save lives.
    7. 7. Analysing Operational Data • Data analytics to improve hospital operations. • All of the wireless sensors hospitals are using generate tremendous amounts of data. • This data can be mined to provide new insights into hospital operations
    8. 8. Thank You

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