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How to Solve the Catch-22 of Hoarding
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How to Solve the Catch-22 of Hoarding

Hoarding is a major problem for many hospitals that creates the perception of equipment shortages, yet most equipment is only used at 30-40% of its potential. By using RTLS to manage and track assets, hospitals can eliminate the problem of hoarding and provide faster, more efficient patient care.

Using RTLS to Maximize Patient Access
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Using RTLS to Maximize Patient Access

A new report from MGMA highlights a major challenge facing practices today: optimizing the patient schedule. Maximizing Patient Access and Scheduling looks at major drivers behind this issue, as well as best practices to overcome the challenge, including the use of RTLS technology.

Johns Hopkins study uses Versus RTLS to monitor patient ambulation
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Johns Hopkins study uses Versus RTLS to monitor patient ambulation

Patient ambulation, or the act of walking independently with or without assistance, is vitally important to the healing process. A recent study by Johns Hopkins researchers found that patient ambulation can be accurately and automatically measured by the Versus real-time locating system (RTLS).

VUE17: Sun, Surf and Intracoastal Connections
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VUE17: Sun, Surf and Intracoastal Connections

In May we held our fourth annual Versus User Experience (VUE) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Versus users from all corners of the U.S. (and in between) came for two days of networking, sharing Versus stories and learning how other health systems are implementing Versus to improve workflow and the patient experience.

Making Your Assets Sweat
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Making Your Assets Sweat

By using your tangible assets effectively, you can improve your organization’s productivity by maximizing what you already have to its full potential. Real-time locating technology helps you identify where your assets are being underutilized to make these changes for operational productivity.