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.

Florida Hospital was recognized again last week for its pioneering work in technology innovation, this time at RFID Journal Live in Orlando.

Wired or wireless? It’s a question that every senior living organization faces when choosing a nurse call solution. I’d argue that the advantages of wireless technology are by now well established.

I hope you have found benefit from this three-part series on use cases for Real-Time Location System (RTLS) technology in senior living communities, and I invite you to leave a comment on this post or the others in our series.

In earlier posts, I talked about the importance of dashboards that evolve over time, why Jawbone’s dynamic approach provided me with a better alternative to Fitbit’s static analytics, what

In this three-part series, I am discussing some exciting use cases for real-time location system (RTLS) technology in senior living communities.

In earlier posts, I talked about the importance of dashboards that evolve over time, why Jawbone’s dynamic approach provided me with a better alternative to Fitbit’s static analytics, and

From adoption of electronic health record (EHR) systems to shifting resident expectations, a number of factors are driving senior living communities to invest in Wi-Fi infrastructure. Such investments can position facilities to enter uncharted territory: using a real-time location system (RTLS) platform to drive quality, safety and efficiency.

Over the past several blog posts in this series, we’ve covered a lot of ground in asset management —from rental and recall management to order fulfillment, inventory management and integration with a CMMS. Now it’s time for our final best practice: Analytics.

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