Congratulations to Children’s Health Ireland at Crumlin for receiving a Commendation in the Best Use of IT – Hospital category in the Irish Healthcare Awards 2019.
The Irish Healthcare Awards took place on 20 November 2019 and are Ireland's leading medical awards. Hosted by Irish Medical Times, the Awards are now in their 18th year and recognise innovation and excellence in the Irish healthcare sector.
Children’s Health Ireland at Crumlin implemented ASD’s RFIDMedical solution in their Emergency Department to automate the replenishment of critical Medical & Surgical stock.
RFIDMedical allows Children’s Health Ireland at Crumlin to eliminate stock re-ordering by clinical teams allowing them to spend the additional time on patient care. It also provides the Materials Management team with an efficient process to manage the optimum levels of inventory within the Emergency Department, shortening the re-ordering cycle and eliminating last minute stock emergencies. It has reduced the stock holding and overall working capital tied-up in stock within the Emergency Department.
The monitoring of inventory levels now becomes an automated process which can be managed remotely by the materials management team without further input by the clinical staff. This solution provides complete traceability of RFID-tagged bins and allows for data captured within RFIDMedical to be shared with other systems implemented within the hospital.
RFIDMedical is a complete solution for hospitals and healthcare facilities that tracks and monitors the movement of patients, clinical samples, stock items and all of the hospital’s assets. Information for all tracked items is stored centrally on a secure server ensuring all data can be shared both internally and externally with the relevant personnel.
The handheld solutions within RFIDMedical now support iOS, Android & Windows and are available on numerous devices including handheld computers, smartphones, phablets, tablets and tough pads.
For more information and to organise a demonstration please Dave Browne or Steve Breen at 01 206 0011 or at the email address below.