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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.

Safer Patients, Better Care: Help with ECRI Institute’s Patient Safety Concerns
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Safer Patients, Better Care: Help with ECRI Institute’s Patient Safety Concerns

ECRI Institute recently released their annual list of patient safety concerns to inform healthcare organizations of safety issues that may be affecting their practices. Two of their concerns directly relate to our work in process improvement & staff safety. Here, we outline how our intelligent software solutions can address ECRI’s concerns.

HIMSS17 Education Session: Using RTLS Data to Increase Capacity in Ambulatory Care
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HIMSS17 Education Session: Using RTLS Data to Increase Capacity in Ambulatory Care

It’s not often that HIMSS education sessions start with such a dramatic story: When oil and gas exploration led to a population boom in Lovington, New Mexico, the number of patients coming through the doors of Nor-Lea Medical Clinic nearly doubled. Learn how they faced this challenge with Versus.

A woman filling out a form in the waiting room of a medical office.
Blog / Patient Flow

Thinking of Eliminating the Waiting Room?

In an effort to improve patient flow and satisfaction, some medical groups are using RTLS to eliminate the waiting room entirely, and they’re reaping huge benefits: significant gains in patient satisfaction scores, increased capacity, and improved provider and staff satisfaction, while optimizing space utilization.

Our RTLS solutions apply to any size enterprise - from individual clinics to entire health systems and IDNs.
Blog / Patient Flow

RTLS: A Hot Healthcare Technology to Watch in 2017

In a recent article published by Healthcare IT News, HIMSS Analytics highlighted several innovations in the healthcare technology space that show significant growth potential for 2017. We weren’t surprised to see that RTLS made the list. As healthcare regulations increase, patient volumes grow, and reimbursements decline, health systems need efficiency more than ever.