On May 11, Geisinger Health System will describe how it overcame the medical device hoarding syndrome which costs U.S. hospitals $3.7 billion annually
BALTIMORE, April 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Geisinger Health System decided to do away with the “Three H’s” – hunting, hoarding and hiding – by making the process of locating mobile equipment more efficient. Not only did the decision score with caregivers, it scored some big savings for Geisinger.
On Friday, May 11th, hear what Geisinger did to change its process at a TeleTracking Lunch & Learn, at the Hilton Baltimore. Kevin Capatch, Director of Supply Chain Technology and Process Engineering, will discuss how the health system transformed its supply chain process to a patient-centered logistics system.
You’ll learn how Capatch and his team solved the challenges of a complex healthcare supply chain delivery process by integrating a Real-Time Locating System (RTLS) and developing an efficient logistics flow process across multiple departments. He will also describe how TeleTracking’s Real-Time Locating System (RTLS) integrates with patient flow solutions to speed dirty bed notification and improve bed turn over times.
This event is intended for TeleTracking Technologies, Inc. clients and/ or prospective customers only. To register for the RTLS Lunch & Learn click here!
Comments/Questions about this event can be directed to Kayleigh-Fontana@teletracking.com.
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