The Evolving Use Case for RTLS in Healthcare

RTLS is used to provide actionable data and real-time locating of medical equipment, staff, and patients—it’s commonly referred to as “indoor GPS” for a hospital. But use cases go beyond just tagging assets and it can be used for any number of process improvements.

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Have a Plan to Prevent Patient Falls

By Collette Health   Patient falls continue to be a major problem for health organizations. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) estimates that each year between 700,000 and 1 million people in the U.S. fall in hospitals. These falls can result in fractures, lacerations, or internal bleeding, which can lead to further healthcare … Continued

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Addressing the Disparity of Care for Rural Patients

The challenges don’t just stop at lack of staffing. Rural hospitals struggle financially, particularly now as COVID subsidies expire and reimbursements decline. Half of rural hospitals lost money in the past years, and 418 rural hospitals have been labeled as vulnerable to closure.

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Is Healthcare on the Right Path to Transformation?

The litany of pain points within healthcare is long, from workforce shortages to soaring costs to ineffective outcomes. To address those issues, healthcare executives are looking at new technology like AI and virtual care. Some are looking for small, incremental gains, while others say the entire care delivery system has to change.

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2024 Report Reveals Healthcare Compliance Trends

By SAI360 Healthcare entities face escalating demands in privacy, security, and regulatory compliance. But what does ensuring resilience and strict adherence look like in practical terms? A recently released 2024 Healthcare Compliance Benchmark Report—developed in collaboration between SAI360 and Strategic Management Services and led by Richard P. Kusserow, former DHHS Inspector General—reveals Compliance Officers are … Continued

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