RFID
Radio Frequency Identification For Inventory Control & Security

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The use of RFID technology in hospitals and the healthcare industry is growing every year. Tracking equipment, beds and even people in real time can give health workers a more accurate overview of where equipment is, where beds are and even where patients are.

Create more effective and efficient healthcare systems through the use of RFID tracking technology.

RFID tracking solutions in hospitals, aged care units and the healthcare industry provide an optimal solution to overcome tracking in the complicated and sometimes frenetic environment of the healthcare industry. An RFID tracking solution enables staff to track items and equipment on-site, in storage or anywhere they may be throughout complex hospital systems.

Benefits of using an RFID tag system in the healthcare industry

  • Complete asset visibility 24/7
  • Full inventory history available
  • Considerable improvement in equipment movement efficiency
  • Reduced operator errors
  • Improved security
  • Track vital equipment and know it’s whereabouts

RFID solutions for hospitals and healthcare facilities

Talk to Easitag today about the full range of RFID tracking systems that can assist you in tracking patients, equipment, staff or other critical items quickly and efficiently. We can assist with just labels and tags or can work within our network of referral businesses to provide you with a full RFID tracking solution.

Contact us today on 1800 077 375 about our RFID tracking for hospitals and healthcare facilities.

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