We’re excited to announce four new speakers added to our lineup for the STANLEY Healthcare Customer Conference 2016!

This post is the third in a four-part series about radiofrequency (RF) interference and its impacts on wireless solutions such as infant protection.

For most hospitals, surgical services represent a significant source of revenue… and a significant expense. Success depends on making OR services as efficient as possible. Yet many hospitals are challenged to even quantify OR efficiency in a precise way, let alone improve it.

The Hugs team at STANLEY Healthcare recently returned from the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) annual convention in Dallas.

On November 8 – 11, STANLEY Healthcare will host its 2016 Customer Conference for Hospitals and Health Systems in Las Vegas at the Mirage Resort & Casino.

Late last month, Veterans’ Administration Secretary Robert McDonald made what turned out to be controversial comments comparing wait times at the VA with wait times at Disneyland.

This post is the second in a four-part series about radiofrequency (RF) interference and its impacts on wireless solutions such as infant protection.

In a previous series, I explored best practices for asset management—including opportunities for better par level management. In this post, I’m excited to share our work with innovative hospitals that are tapping into the full potential of visibility and analytics solutions. One such customer is a new women’s hospital that’s using the MobileView RTLS Platform and MobileView Analytics to solve a very common challenge: distribution of clean infusion pumps.

The RN who knows Hugs inside out… and gladly shares her knowledge. The manager who spends weeks planning a mock Code Pink drill. The security officer who is always the first to respond. The nurse educator who works tirelessly to keep staff informed and motivated. These are just some examples of Hugs Champions.

This post kicks off a four-part series about radiofrequency (RF) interference and its impacts on wireless solutions, including infant protection. Future posts will explore some of the technical issues and the importance of staff awareness—as well as how electronic patient security technology can help.

First, though, I wanted to provide a decidedly non-technical explanation of RF interference.

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