Day 2
Forum 3: Healthcare

See you in 2019 on October 30 in the Darmstadtium!
Let's keep moving on!
RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Key Focus Healthcare

Forum Healthcare

Shrinkage of high-priced medical equipment, contaminated surgical instruments, incorrect medication, non-observance of maintenance intervals for life-supporting intensive care devices - horror scenarios in hospitals, practices or laboratories.

RFID & Wireless IoT technologies are used to ensure that this does not happen and that healthcare processes from laundry to instrument management function 100 percent.

The forum "Healthcare" will show which ways are efficient and successful.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Focus on the medical industry

Digitally documented processes

Sample identification and analysis assignment, temperature monitoring of sensitive drugs and blood products, preparation and sterilisation of devices and instruments - the range of error-prone processes in healthcare is wide.

Digital solutions, supported by process data from wireless IoT applications, create the required transparency, automatically document process steps and give alarm signals in case of faulty work steps.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Focus on the medical industry

Localisation of patients, employees and assets

The benefits of locating staff, patients and equipment at short notice in hospitals, laboratories and health facilities are complex. The tracking of medical devices, beds or wheelchairs ensures a fast provision, the documentation of condition and maintenance intervals and the reduction of stocks.

The localisation and clear identification of patients reduces the risk of confusion and increases the quality of treatment. Exact location of employees enables optimisation of schedules and spontaneously simplifies necessary work assignments.

RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2019 Focus on the medical industry

Better processes despite cost reduction?

Wireless IoT technologies support automation in processes such as drug delivery, OR time management or asset localisation.

According to a McKinsey study, more than six billion euros can be saved in the German healthcare sector alone by automating work processes and mobile networking of nursing staff.

The Lectures

Here you can see the preliminary forum program. The program structure and contents are continuously updated.
KEYNOTE | Digitisation in Danish Hospitals and the Logistics of Aarhus Hospital as an Exemplary Case

KEYNOTE | Digitisation in Danish Hospitals and the Logistics of Aarhus Hospital as an Exemplary Case

Hans Erik Henriksen
Chief Executive Officer, Healthcare Denmark
Cryo-Resistant RFID Tags Speed-Up Medical Drug Research Through Automation in Europe's Largest Synchrotron at EMBL, Grenoble

Cryo-Resistant RFID Tags Speed-Up Medical Drug Research Through Automation in Europe's Largest Synchrotron at EMBL, Grenoble

Richard Aufreiter
Director Product Management,HID Global
RFID Accelerates Workflows for Better Healthcare in 147 Hospitals with 1 Million Assets in the United Arab Emirates

RFID Accelerates Workflows for Better Healthcare in 147 Hospitals with 1 Million Assets in the United Arab Emirates

Khaled Mohamed Ezz El Din
Regional Manager, OGTech For ID Systems & IT
Piloting of Clothing Room as Automation-Supported Service Clothing Output

Piloting of Clothing Room as Automation-Supported Service Clothing Output

Christine Krebs
Deputy Division Manager Logistik/Supply Chain Management, LKH - University Hospital Graz
RFID is Set in Sterile Goods Supply – and a First Step in the Digitalisation and Automation of the Sterile Goods Departments in the Asklepios Group

RFID is Set in Sterile Goods Supply – and a First Step in the Digitalisation and Automation of the Sterile Goods Departments in the Asklepios Group

Sadmir Osmancevic
Head of Sterile Goods Supply, Asklepios Facility Services Hamburg
RFID as key-technology for the Future of Precision Medicine and Cold Chain Monitoring

RFID as key-technology for the Future of Precision Medicine and Cold Chain Monitoring

Thorsten Braas
Director Sales EMEA/Industry, Region DACH, Smartrac Technology Group
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