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·      Track / Monitor

o       Patients

o      Doctors

o       Staff

o       Families

o       Visitors

·        Track / Monitor

o       Assets

o     Equipment

·         Blood Banks

·        Pharmacies

·       Inventory

·       Maternity Wards

·      Record / Archival

·          Parking Lots

·        Security Services

·        Waste Disposal


What is RFID



Recently there has been lot of improvement and automation in hospital administration; yet, hospitals feel the need to monitor/track movements of Assets, patients, doctors, staff,  families, visitors, equipment, etc. The necessity to identify every person accurately and the ability to extract detailed information is always felt. This requirement can now be successfully met by use of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology which can be integrated into the existing systems which are used for access control and movement monitoring. It can also be integrated into the patient identification systems.

RFID technology can help identify and monitor without human intervention or time delay. It can also be deployed in managing inventories. RFID can be used effectively in managing blood banks, pharmacies, records/archival systems, etc.

RFID technology in maternity wards can provide a very effective mother-infant security services. Events in the recent past have accentuated the need for this. RFID in blood banks can not only help in maintaining an up-to-date database of availability but also help in monitoring movement, stocking up and critical information such as source, destination, safety information, etc.

The scope of RFID applications in hospital management is limited only by imagination and the RFID technology will become a necessity in all hospitals in the near future.

i-Diagnosis Technologies the solution provider

The adoption of RFID technology in hospitals requires a wide range of solutions which can integrate seamlessly into existing hospital information systems. i-Diagnosis has and is developing the necessary range of solutions. These solutions can be integrated into any of the existing systems. Hospitals can choose any combination of solutions.

Tracking/Monitoring System – This enables hospitals to identify and to track/monitor doctors, staff and patients movements.  Families, visitors movements can be regulated so that they can visit only allowed areas and as per specified timings only.

Auto response to query (including for billing) from visitors and family members of the patients is possible through use of RFID and kiosks.

Maternity Wards This system is for providing safety and security for mothers and infants in maternity wards. A unique combination of mother and infant tags and authorized staff tags ensures that there is no mixing up or missing/lost babies. A mother is always kept aware of her baby’s whereabouts.

Blood Bank System – This system enables the blood bank to monitor inventory, replenish levels, source data, tests-done information, storage & movement history and up-to-the-minute information on availability. This system can also communicate with systems outside the organization to maintain a very high availability and visibility.

Pharmacy- This system enable pharmacies in maintaining inventory,  identification and authentication of the drugs, expiry date validation, variable pricing, returns management, billing information, etc.

Advanced Document & Records Storage System – This system enables hospitals to maintain records/archives of case papers, patient data, images, scans, x-rays, etc in a manner that retrieval is by the authorized person only with ease of storage and retrieval of information.

Inventory System – This system helps hospitals in monitoring their inventories in a more efficient and accurate manner.

Parking- Hospitals can manage and secure their parking lots more effectively with this RFID –enabled parking lot management system. This helps in providing better facilities for doctors and staff and also makes services available to outsiders in a more effective manner.


What is RFID?

An RFID system typically includes the following components:

· Readers – which contain a radio that communicates with the tag. In passive tags the energy from the reader is used to communicate back. A reader can support multiple antennas. Readers can be fixed or portable.

· Reader/Writers – which can both read and write from and to a tag.

· Antennas – which are connected to readers help in communicating with the tags.

· Tags – or labels are small chips with antenna which communicate with the readers on activation. The tags can be WORM, Read Only, Read-Write. They can be read from, written to and part of them can be locked. Tags come in a variety of forms such as stickers, cards, capsules, buttons, etc.

In RFID system’s “read range” varies from a few centimeters to tens of meters, depending on frequency used, whether a tag is active or passive, and how directional the antenna is on the interrogator.

Advantages of RFID

An RFID system can read the information on a tag without requiring line of sight and without the need for a particular orientation which gives it an edge over technologies like the bar codes. That means RFID systems can be automated and can reduce the need for manual scanning. In addition, RFID tags can hold much more data than any other form. The tag can be programmed to hold information such as an item’s serial number, color, size, date of manufacture, disposal information, handling information and current price, as well as a list of all distribution/transit points. RFID technology allows the information contained on the tag to be edited, added to or locked. These capabilities are particularly valuable when dealing with high-value inventory tracking and other applications when complete, up to date information is of particular benefit.

Adoption of RFID

RFID adoption is affected by two factors: cost and spread/ubiquity. Advances in new manufacturing processes and volumes has helped in bringing down the costs which are expected to fall further for next few years. The availability of cheaper tags and evolution of common standards is helping in making the technology more ubiquitous. At today’s prices for tags, it makes sense for organizations to start investing in the technology. The time involved in design and implementation of RFID solutions will mean that the forward thinking organizations which invest in RFID today will be able to enjoy a competitive advantage in the future



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