On Thursday, April 4, during the RFID Journal Live! Event’s Healthcare Track, Randy Saad, Director of Perioperative Services at Adventist Health White Memorial will present his success with TAGNOS solutions to improve operating room turnover times.
RFID Journal Live: April 2-4, 2019 at the Phoenix Convention Center
RFID Journal LIVE! is the world’s largest event focused on radio frequency identification and related technologies. The focus of RFID Journal LIVE! (now in its 17th year) is to educate and advance the use RFID technologies to improve the way business is done.
This year’s event features eight concurrent tracks focused on a variety of industries. In the Healthcare Track, learn how RFID is positively impacting healthcare delivery and improving efficiencies at Adventist White Memorial:
Improving Operating Room Turnover Times With RFID: Thursday, April 04, 2019: 9:00 AM - 9:40 AM
Randy Saad, Director of Perioperative Services
Adventist Health White Memorial
One of the main challenges operating rooms currently face is poor room turnover times. Every minute an OR sits underutilized creates patient care delays and causes both financial and operational strains on the entire surgical department – from admission and registration, through pre-op, surgery and the PACU. Learn how TAGNOS solutions leverage a combination of real-time technologies, AI-machine learning and mobile communication to reduce its overall room turnover times.
Utilizing real-time data from automated alerts triggered by patients' RFID wristbands, patient flow and room turnover insights are delivered to clinical care and logistics support teams to coordinate more effectively for optimized scheduled surgery times, collaborative workflows and faster care delivery.
Also Featuring the 12th Annual RFID Journal Awards / Adventist Health White Memorial Nominated for Best Health-Care RFID Implementation
In addition to industry specific conference sessions and workshops that give a more in-depth look into how RFID tracking is being deployed in key industries, the RFID Journal Awards were created to highlight companies that have distinguished themselves by their successful use of radio frequency identification (RFID).
Awards will be given out in eight categories and Adventist Health White Memorial has been nominated for the Best Health-Care RFID Implementation in conjunction with the OR room turnover work spearheaded by Randy Saad. Award winners will be announced on April 4th at 1:00 p.m. in the exhibit hall.
- Best Health-Care RFID Implementation to cut costs or improve patient outcomes
- Best Retail RFID Implementation to improve store or supply chain operations.
- Best Manufacturing RFID Implementation to improve manufacturing production or supply chain operations.
- Best Logistics/Supply Chain RFID Implementation to improve efficiencies or deliver better services to customers.
- Best RFID Implementation (Other Industry) to cut costs, improve efficiencies or otherwise improve the way it does business from an industry other than retail, manufacturing, health care or logistics.
- Best Use of RFID in a Product or Service to enhance an existing product or service, demonstrating how it is using RFID to provide additional value to its customers.
- Best New Product from a hardware, software or service provider
- Special Achievement Award to the individual who has contributed to the advancement of the entire RFID industry.
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