Learn More About TAGNOS
In this section, you’ll find information and resources about TAGNOS. This includes:
TAGNOS, Orchestrate Excellence
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.
IoT Devices in Healthcare Demonstration
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.
TAGNOS Solution with Cisco Spark
Everyone dislikes wait time in hospitals even hospitals. Learn how the TAGNOS solution works in this video.
Patent No. US 7,492,266 B2
‘SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR LOCATING HOSPITAL ASSETS’
A VoIP communicator utilizes an ultrawide band frequency, sufficient to determine a location of the communicator to within 1 meter, 0.1 meters, or less. The communicator preferably includes a display screen that displays a rich colored asset map. Several novel software functionalities are contemplated, including: (a) reporting the location of the responder as being within one of a plurality of business locations; (b) using scalar vector graphics to display the locations with varying degrees of detail; (c) displaying replay of movements of the assets; (d) displaying utilization profiles of the assets; and (e) coordinating the locations of the at least some of the assets data from a global satellite positioning system (GPS). It is still further contemplated that the inventive system can consolidates output from different types of nominally incompatible equipment.
Patent No. US9,928,343 B2
‘TAG BASED KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM FOR HEALTHCARE ENTERPRISES’
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.
St. Joseph Hospital Implements ED Orchestration
St. Joseph Hospital of Orange implemented TAGNOS ED Orchestration Solution to improve ED oversight and patient throughput in the care delivery areas. The implementation only took approximately a month.
Empower Care Providers
We illuminate insights, automate operational tasks, and orchestrate workflows to assist healthcare workers to produce the highest level of patient care.