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AT&T Offers 'Network Industry-First' RFID Solution for Health Care Organizations
Date:9/20/2007

tor of technology solutions for the American Hospital Association. "By introducing mobile technology, such as RFID, in the health care workplace, staff can save time, eliminate unnecessary costs, reduce theft and unnecessary inventory, and, most important, deliver better patient care."

AT&T's RFID solution works seamlessly with a local wireless network infrastructure and enables hospital staff to benefit from precise, on-demand asset tracking. A Wi-Fi-based RFID tag sends a wireless signal at regular intervals to keep the system and asset locations up to date. This information is available to users who have access to a Web browser, anywhere on a health care facility's wireless network.

In addition, synchronized alerts provide information on location-based events, such as a patient leaving his or her room or a shortage of lifesaving equipment, and these events can be communicated immediately to staff or to existing hospital applications for reporting purposes.

"Health care organizations can now turn for the first time to a network services company to meet all of their RFID needs for products and services," Regan said. "Our RFID solutions help health care professionals and organizations make the most of their resources by ensuring the highest quality of patient care while reducing costs and increasing return on investment."

More information on AT&T health care solutions can be found at http://www.att.com/healthcare.

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