The healthcare industry is unique given its daily responsibility for human life. We often hear that patient outcomes are dependent on three factors: Patient safety, patient satisfaction and efficient delivery of healthcare services. These bold concepts are fortified by rigorous approval guidelines, regulations and mandates often requiring your institution to manually monitor clinical, administrative and resource procedures to earn an accredited status. Without these procedural proof documents, auditing agencies can render an unfavorable option and challenge your institution´s financial and operational viability.

Healthcare is a field where small mistakes can cost huge financial and personal losses. Improving operational efficiency is the prime target for hospitals and healthcare systems. Maintaining effectiveness and keeping a check on every patient, is a tough task. No doubt, doctors and nurses work day and night for the betterment of the patient, but what if human effort is complemented with an excellent technology?

Technology not only enhances operational efficiencies but it can provide unexpected benefits by increasing patient and staff efficiencies. One of these technologies is Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). Today´s hospital environment has several clinically based technologies that use radio and can easily be used for clinical patient safety/ satisfaction programs.The key operational object of any healthcare institution is to coordinate location, procedure, clinician and patient with verifiably cleaned, maintained and assessable medical device assets. Coordination of these four items into a single location along with seamless operational/ administrative accountability would provide optimum care to your patients.

Governments all over the world are getting increasingly concerned about their ability to meet their social obligations in the health sector. The situation has become critical in light of rapidly increasing costs for medical care, aging population, and lack of government funds. The hospital managers are very concerned about the lack of hospital infrastructure and resources to provide a satisfactory level of service. Equally concerned are the government administrators who have limited financial resources to offer healthcare services at subsidized rates. In healthcare, RFID has the potential to achieve improvements in both supply chain productivity and patient safety applications.

However, the technology is more likely to be successful if evaluated for closed-system applications, where deployment and subsequent changes are within the control of the individual organization. However, RFID will likely go through a stage where initial enthusiasm is tempered by practical cost-benefit considerations. The outcome will be appropriate deployment of the technology. The market for RFID tags and systems in healthcare will rise rapidly from $90 million in 2006 to $2.1 billion in 2016.


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