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Is the Internet of Things in healthcare domain would change the paradigm ? Eloquent for Patient, ROI for hospital
In the era of Internet of things, RFID plays a central role in hospital staff’s ability to maximize operational efficiencies and maintain a strong commitment to patient- focused healthcare. The flexibility of RFID is now beyond conventional patient localization to new fields where encourages and requires creative Patient centered and permits high ROI for hospital.
2,000 bed size Tertiary hospital 1,300 Doctors 8,000 outpatient daily Up to 200 for medical Checkup a day In the Beginning…2013
Adding Real Time Load Balancing capability How many in a zone? What is the situation of each diagnostics room?
Benefit Complaints “We can response to customer’s enquiries faster than ever before and they love it” 33% Customer Flow “We can now easily recognize customer when they come to us without asking for paper chart” 22% Enquires “I don’t have to carry around my paper chart with me and let nurses recognize me anymore” 20%
ROI – Increased Revenue BeforeBefore AfterAfter Increased Revenue It contributes about 15% of increased revenue and at the same time improves the patient-centered treatment of Quality possibly by upgrade of service quality +15% +15%
What if …. Asset Tracking Patient Flow optimization Staff Safety
Benefit from RTLS Big savings from avoiding new equipment capital expenses based on a better understanding of true equipment utilization Savings in lost, stolen, misplaced equipment is hard to quote since equipment monetary value ranges widely. Bed assignment time decreased drastically Reduce Lost bed time significantly and “Time from bed request to bed occupation”