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Clarian Health and Ekahau Partner for Enterprisewide Real Time Location Solution
Date:9/28/2010

e, increase efficiency and ensure the safety of everyone at our facilities, and we continually seek innovations to support these goals," said Christen M. Mann, director of purchasing and contract services for Clarian's Supply Chain Operations division. "Through our partnership with Ekahau, we believe we have found a cost-effective, system wide, real-time location tracking solution that will allow us to leverage our existing Cisco Wi-Fi network for a wide variety of applications."

The Ekahau RTLS will enable Clarian clinicians to instantly locate all tagged clinical assets so they can spend less time searching for equipment and more time providing care at patients' bedsides. Clarian also will have the ability to deploy Ekahau's software-based RTLS system without the disruption associated with installing additional proprietary sensors. In addition, the Ekahau RTLS can be up-and-running in a matter of weeks, rather than months or years it could take with other solutions.

The Ekahau RTLS system, which consists of the Ekahau Positioning Engine and Vision software coupled with a complete line of Wi-Fi tags and sensors, works with any generation or brand of Wi-Fi network, which was important to Clarian, since each hospital within its state wide system has varying generations and types of Cisco Wi-Fi equipment. Additionally, the Ekahau RTLS intuitive user interface enables Clarian to manage and track assets and processes across all facilities from a single location.

"Ekahau is honored to have been selected as an enterprise solution partner for Clarian Health, and to assist it in getting a greater return on investment for their wireless infrastructure," said Tuomo Rutanen, senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing and Business Development for Ekahau. "Based on our initial financial assessments, it's clear that the cost savings and efficiency improvements from even just a few Clarian Health facilities will quickly pay for its systemwide RTLS impleme
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