Improve RTLS Asset Management with RAIN RFID

The STANLEY Healthcare + Impinj asset management solution allows hospitals to increase the value of their RTLS with a RAIN RFID platform.

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Get more from your RTLS platform with RAIN RFID

Though RTLS-enabled visibility and analytics offer a powerful solution for managing assets, not every asset management use case needs or can support the use of active RFID tags. Assets might be too small to be tracked with an active tag, or insufficiently mobile to warrant one. Or the location that requires monitoring may be unsuitable for active's Wi-Fi infrastructure.

Hospital administrators and clinicians need an additional way to efficiently locate many types of assets, capture and analyze valuable inventory data, and generate alerts when assets pass through potential loss areas.

 

Improve asset utilization, availability, and efficiency with RAIN RFID

The Impinj and STANLEY Healthcare solution provide an efficient answer to these healthcare challenges. By using RAIN RFID tags, hospitals can tap into the size and cost advantages of passive tags through STANLEY Healthcare's enterprise platform-with the same alerts, maps and reports that you use with MobileView®.

Now you can seamlessly locate tagged assets across the enterprise using RAIN RFID readers and gateways at strategic locations or chokepoints. These readers provide location data for the assets-data that enables staff to find assets, account for valuable capital inventory, manage inventories of equipment, and receive real-time alerts about potential loss events.

Easily inventory assets and improve their availability

By retaining the last known location of the tagged assets in the MobileView platform, the RAIN RFID solution provides inventory location information for assets across the facility. This perpetual inventory not only provides location data to help staff locate assets but also provides an efficient method to account for equipment inventories.

Locate items before they go missing

Small items like telemetry packs and other clinical assets can get lost when patient rooms are cleaned. With RAIN RFID readers and gateways installed at egress points, staff receive alerts as tagged assets cross through these areasenabling real-time reaction to shrinkage events.

Automate PAR levels to improve inventory availability

With this solution, RAIN RFID readers record which tagged assets are taken off of or placed on shelves in clean or soiled utility rooms. When combined with powerful visual analytics dashboards that quickly show PAR level status, your hospital gains access to operational insights for immediate action-along with historical information for trend analysis.

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STANLEY Healthcare

STANLEY Healthcare empowers caregivers to deliver connected, productive and safe care. It is a leader in real-time safety and visibility solutions for asset management, environmental monitoring, infant and patient protection, patient flow, fall management and more. By freeing up caregivers to focus on care and generating insight into the flow of people and equipment, STANLEY Healthcare helps thousands of healthcare providers to work better.

Impinj products deliver connectivity for this solution

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Impinj Platform

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Tag Chips

Impinj RAIN RFID tag chips provide unique identifiers and enable smart, connected things (endpoints)

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Readers

Impinj RAIN RFID readers are smart edge devices that identify and locate connected things

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