Recent analysis shows that current hospital personnel uses about 12 minutes each shift to search for resources, and with the new generation of superhospitals being build, the risk of using more time on finding beds, equipment and people, can increase dramatically.
As one of these new superhospitals, The New University Hospital (DNU) in Aarhus will be fully supplied with state-of-the-art equipment and systems within a staggering 375,000m² building. With over 800 beds, 100,000 admitted patients and 900,000 outpatients a year at full capacity logistical challenges would occur.
Lyngsoe Systems is currently together with Systematic delivering the world’s largest RFID-based tracking installation of its kind, creating visibility for available resources for equipment and localization of personnel. By minimizing valuable time spent on locating misplaced items and people, an increase towards patient care and service can improve satisfaction for everyone involved.
Lyngsoe Systems has for over 40 years worked with many different branches all over the world to increase logistic and service quality, using RFID solutions for track and trace. By utilizing wireless technology to efficiently and automatically track components and optimize future workflows.