Beds are a vital resource at a hospital and at the same time a logistic challenge to handle. Based on a combination of active RFID and passive RFID technology, the Bed Management solution provide real-time location and status of beds within the hospital increasing bed availability, bed utilization and improves allocation of resources.
Hospitals are now able to put intelligent tags on their hospital beds – also called Bed Touchpads. This is one of the vital elements in the Bed Management solution. Learn more ›
Real-time visibility of the location of all resources for example beds, medical equipment and people enables superior performance and transparency in the hospital environment. It helps clinical and service personnel increase patient satisfaction by saving valuable time spent on locating misplaced items. It increases item utilization and thereby cuts down inventory expenses. Learn more ›
The New University Hospital in Aarhus will treat 100,000 admitted patients and 900,000 outpatients a year at full capacity. It will receive thousands of deliveries every day and have millions of items in its inventory.
Expected to be completed in 2019 DNU is one of a new generation of super-hospitals packed with state-of-the-art equipment and systems.
With such staggering statistics, logistics is an obvious challenge. DNU is a frontrunner in optimizing logistics and the vision for service logistics at DNU is “A hospital, where staff and it-systems know where staff, items, equipment etc. is located”. Learn more ›
To reduce risks of contamination and making sure that patients are always treated with sterilized surgical instruments, documentation demands in these processes are high. Real-time and full traceability on all surgical instruments is required (Who did what when with surgical equipment). Beside increased focus on securing patients safety, the CSSD constantly need to increase efficiency (improved surgical instrument utilization, resource savings etc.) and work smarter to optimize processes. Learn more ›