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TAGNOS solutions deliver healthcare teams smart insight to achieve operational efficiency with applications that support OR and ED patient flow as well as asset, supply and temperature tracking.
As the only company that has developed an AI application that uses machine learning combined with real-time data capturing capabilities to provide a system that continually updates and adjusts its operational intelligence to provide sustained improvement, TAGNOS is worth learning more about. Download the TAGNOS corporate brochure.
TAGNOS is a clinical logistics automation solution teams use to orchestrate the functional operations of care delivery with applications that support OR and ED patient flow and enterprise-wide asset tracking. Watch the video to see TAGNOS in action.
Watch this demo from Cisco Live showcasing TAGNOS IoT/IoE technology in the healthcare sector.
Neeraj Bhavani, CEO of Tagnos, demonstrates how their technology tracks patients in real-time with the help of Cisco Spark and Tropo.
Everyone dislikes wait time in hospitals even hospitals. Learn how the TAGNOS solution works in this video.
How Technology Can Prevent Clinician Burnout (slideshow) - published 7/8/19
TAGNOS-Zebra Solution Improves AHWM Operating Room Turnaround - published 6/13/19
|AI In Healthcare Use Case #1: TAGNOS - published 6/12/19|
|TAGNOS to Showcase Clinical Logistics Solutions Converging IoT, AI / Machine Learning and Mobile Communication at HIMSS19 - published 2/5/19|
|Tagnos Receives Cisco Investment - published 6/7/18|
|Tagnos Clinical Logistics Automation Firm Raises $5 Million - published 3/1/18|
Irvine startup Tagnos wants to improve the patient experience – with a bracelet - published 12/24/15
TAGNOS™ Selected as U.S. Finalist in Global Business Planning Competition - published 5/20/08
Contemplated systems and methods provide an integration platform to facilitate the exchange of information between RFID tagged objects and non-RFID systems. In especially preferred aspects, RFID tagged objects include patients, personnel, and assets of a healthcare facility, while preferred non-RFID systems include asset management systems, timekeeping systems, electronic medical records systems, and hospital and pharmacy information systems. Contemplated systems and methods will apply rules to associate RFID information with events, which will then be correlated with appropriate steps that can be effected in a varied and automated manner. In further preferred aspects, RFID technology is employed to upgrade patient telemetry to provide positional information the hospital system.
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