Long-standing STANLEY Healthcare customer The Wales Home in Cleveland, Quebec, added to its long string of awards recently with an

Each year, Pharmacy Purchasing & Products magazine publishes a Pharmacy Automation issue highlighting the latest innovations and trends.

In our blog series addressing best practices in healthcare asset management, so far we’ve covered preventive maintenance, recall management

In a blog posting a few weeks ago, I re-emphasized that the AeroScout family of RTLS solutions for healthcare is alive and well and continues to grow.

STANLEY Healthcare is so lucky to have customers like Deaconess Gateway Hospital, who recently provided us with two video testimonials on the efficiency and financial benefits of telemetry pack and IV pump tracking using the AeroScout

Autumn is arriving, and with it comes the arrival of a new season of industry events!  These are welcome opportunities for STANLEY Healthcare to meet with subject-matter experts from across healthcare to learn from their ideas and experiences in improving patient safety.

Summer has been a very busy season for STANLEY Healthcare, especially our Technical Support Organization.  In June, we released our enriched Support Community, delivering a whole new customer experience with several innovative features that better serve our customers.

Stanley Black & Decker recently announced that it is discontinuing the AeroScout Industrial product line of manufacturing, transportation and logistics applications. It’s not surprising that this has lead to some misunderstanding about the future of STANLEY Healthcare’s AeroScout solutions.

The STANLEY Healthcare Patient Flow Team will be at the EPIC User Group Meeting from August 31st to September 3rd.  Discover the benefits of integrating real-time location system (RTLS) data with an EPIC EMR system at booth 222 in the Voyager Hall

The news this week of an infusion pump recall deemed Class 1 by the FDA highlights the immense advantage of having an RTLS asset management solution in place when this kind of event occurs. Locating affected pumps will be a matter of minutes for hospitals with a real-time system in place – it could take days without it.