Conference Sessions Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) HTM Best Practices for Asset Management
In 1995, on average there were 8 medical devices bedside, now there are 13 (and growing). Clinicians waste an average of 21 minutes a shift looking for equipment, and 10-15% of medical supplies expire before they can be used. The growing adoption of real-time-location systems (RTLS) is helping hospitals to reduce costs, streamline processes and improve patient care.
This informative presentation will encompass: explanation of RTS; clinical applications; multiple “go live” success stories; biomedical best practices; and new technologies. Approximately 60 minutes for a professionally prepared PowerPoint presentation with 30 minutes for interactive audience Q&A.
Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) for Devices & Improved Patient Outcomes
Join this presentation for an explanation of clinical applications and multiple success stories. Learn from RTLS deployments and results from the following eight healthcare systems: Wake Forest Baptist Health; Adventist Health White Memorial; Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas Hospital; CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital; Oregon Medical Group; Mission Hospital; Piedmont Healthcare; and Emory Decatur Hospital. Discussion will focus on use cases and results. This presentation follows HIMSS guidelines (no vendor references or sales presentation) and will feature published case studies in the HIMMS media publication “Healthcare IT News.”