Best known for tracking equipment, RTLS is increasingly recognized for optimizing patient flow, staff utilization and for its insight into workflow improvements. Imagine accelerating room turnover, decreasing emergency room wait times, or expanding operating room capacity. How could those improvements along with many other operational functions improve the hospital’s bottom line and patient satisfaction rates? Wireless RTLS tags are attached to objects or worn by people, and in most RTLS, fixed reference points receive wireless signals from tags to determine their location.
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The LifeCycle of an RTLS Project
Certainty based locating capability is critical for an active RTLS system. Achieve accuracy in clinically relevant areas at the room level, bed level, chair level, bay level, hallway, nursing station and in other clinical areas.Learn More