News | February 27, 2019

Media Alert For RFID Journal LIVE!

Learn How Health Care Provider, Senior Total Life Care, is Using RFID to Track Elderly Care Participants and Staff, On-site and Off

RFID Journal invites you to attend a special end user case study presentation, featuring David Smith RN, Clinical Informatics Specialist, at Senior Total Life Care.

What: RFID Tracks Elderly Care Participants and Staff, On-Site and Off

When: Wednesday, April 3, 2019: 4:15 PM - 5:00 PM

Where: RFID Journal LIVE! 2019, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, AZ

Senior Total Life Care (STLC) aims to ensure that elderly individuals within its community can remain in their homes longer, by offering a day program for health, recreation and rehabilitation. With the help of passive and active RFID technology, the organization can determine who is on-site at any given time, where he or she is located, and the location of that individual's paperwork and medication. Learn how the firm is employing mobile RFID readers at mustering stations off the facility grounds to ensure the safety of its members and personnel, while active and passive RFID tracks the locations of individuals and care bags throughout the building.

About The Speaker:
David Smith is the Clinical Informatics Specialist for Senior TLC (STLC). David received his Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 2012 from USC-Columbia. He worked the next four years in the emergency department before starting at STLC in 2016. In 2017, David received his Master’s in Health Informatics from UNCC.

Join us for this special presentation and others like it, and learn how leading experts in HEALTH CARE AND PHARMACEUTICAL are employing RFID to improve patient safety, increase asset utilization, boost revenue and reduce medical errors. You can gain valuable insight and content for future articles, thought leadership pieces, and case studies that benefit your publication and most importantly, your readers.

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