AirFinder is an affordable, real-time location system (RTLS) for healthcare that requires less installed infrastructure than competitive healthcare RTLS systems for hospitals. AirFinder uses standard Bluetooth-based tags which cost less than proprietary tags from other RTLS companies. What’s more, the solution doesn’t need to be installed throughout the entire facility to provide coverage in a specific area, for example, tracking equipment in operating rooms only.
AirFinder provides its own Symphony Link IoT/cellular network, which connects to cellular modems, thus requiring no on-site IT integration and making security roadblocks a thing of the past.
AirFinder is only a fraction of the cost of competitive RTLS solutions that rely on large, expensive tags and extensive installation of infrared or new Wi-Fi Access Points.
Dramatically improve efficiency for your clinical and biomedical staff.
Instantly get the location of any tagged item, even from a mobile phone. Empower your staff to stop spending time searching and instead focus on what matters–improving patient outcomes.
AirFinder takes the pain out of the process of preventative maintenance and recall processes without missing deadlines. Finally give your CIO accurate utilization rates to justify new expenditures.
AirFinder captures data about equipment use and location, enabling a “paper” trail and reports, which come in handy during Joint Commission audits and capital budget planning.
An operating room department faced the challenge of ensuring that all rooms were reconfigured overnight to the standard configuration. By tagging and tracking the location of each equipment group, a list of equipment movements needed could be instantly generated for the overnight staff.
Biomed departments have the tough task of keeping up with seemingly limitless inventories to maintain. AirFinder can help with that. Not only can daily lists of equipment to collect be provided, but AirFinder tells you the exact location, too.
Wheelchairs were being hoarded by the radiology movement staff to ensure that enough were available when needed. As a result, other departments had challenges finding wheelchairs when needed. By creating a staff-wide dashboard of wheelchair location, additional procurements were not required.