(OHMC, Dearborn, Mich.) has implemented Redwood City, Calif.-based
’s RFID solution to track the location of patients throughout the hospital.
At OHMC, 601 Wi-Fi-based Active RFID tags will be attached to patients’ chart-holders and accompany them as they move throughout the ten floors and two patient care towers of the 632-bed facility, says the company. The tags use OHMC’s pre-existing standard San Jose, Calif.-based Cisco Wi-Fi network, which is also used for laptops and wireless phones at the hospital.
Oakwood is a full-service teaching hospital in partnership with Wayne State University and is the tertiary hub for the three community hospitals of the Oakwood Healthcare System.
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