Hanaro Medical Center in South Korea uses RFID to shorten waiting time and enhance patient experience

Cadi Scientific, news release, September 10, 2014: Hanaro Medical Center in South Korea has rolled out an intelligent queue management system based on radio frequency identification (RFID) at its health screening center. Every patient who registers at the center is issued an integrated active-passive RFID tag to identify the patient and provide the patient’s location. The patient is…

Singapore General Hospital’s new bed management system shortens waiting time for beds

News articles (summary), September 2012:   Singapore General Hospital (SGH) implemented the world’s largest bed management system based on radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in May 2009. The system allows hospital staff to check patient status and search for suitable beds electronically in real time. With this system, the time from the moment a patient is charged to…

Singapore General Hospital named a winner for its automated patient flow system

Microsoft News Center, news release (extract), March 2, 2010: Winner for Best Use of Clinical Records — Inpatient Singapore General Hospital/Integrated Health Information Systems (SingHealth) selected Eclipsys Sunrise Patient Flow and CADI Scientific to couple its workflow‐based patient flow platform with radio frequency identification and real-time location system, optimizing and automating patient flow from the…