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Columbus Children’s Hospital plans to implement RFID system

Columbus Children’s Hospital is planning to implement radio frequency identification (RFID) enabled inventory management system to store, track, and manage the utilization of high cost devices and supplies supporting congenital heart care. Mobile Aspects, Inc., of Pittsburgh, has developed the system named iRISupply, which uses an RFID tracking architecture to automate charge capture, inventory management, device expiration management and other operational process. The Hearth Centre of the Columbus Children’s Hospital will implement the system to manage items like stents, closure devices, specialized catheters, and guide wires that are commonly used to treat the complex congenital heart conditions seen at Columbus Children’s. In leveraging the RFID-based technology, the organization seeks to efficiently and accurately automate device and supply utilization processes without using manual approaches such as paper documentation, stickers, bar coding or button pushing.


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