Leading cancer centers across the country are optimizing resources, clinical care and the overall patient experience, with real-time locating technology that monitors the flow of patients, staff and equipment throughout facilities.
Sibley Memorial Hospital, part of Johns Hopkins Medicine, has selected the Versus RTLS for use in the hospital’s new emergency department. The RTLS allows physicians, nurses and ancillary staff to call for help if they feel threatened, while also allowing them to immediately find each other and critical medical equipment.
The Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, one of the nation’s premier facilities for cancer treatment and research, implemented the Versus Advantages™ Clinic for Oncology real-time locating system (RTLS) this month with the aim of enhancing the patient experience.
Providence Health & Services, the largest healthcare provider in Washington State, is making waiting rooms a thing of the past at its Providence Medical Park clinic, using the Versus Advantages™ patient flow system, which went live this week.