Revolutionizing Healthcare: RFID and its Game-Changing Use Cases in Hospital Systems

The healthcare industry is continually seeking innovative solutions to enhance patient care, improve efficiency, and ensure patient safety. In recent years, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology has emerged as a powerful tool with immense potential to transform medication management in hospital systems. RFID offers many benefits, from optimizing the supply chain to tracking medications within healthcare facilities, ultimately revolutionizing how … Read More

RFID-Enabled Automation in Pharmaceuticals: A Crucial Role for Hospitals

Automation, particularly radio frequency identification (RFID)-enabled automation, is steadily gaining prominence in the pharmaceutical industry. Hospitals, serving as both the end user and the advocate for patient safety, play a central role in developing and adopting standards for RFID technology, which is critical to harnessing its full potential. A Brief History of RFID in Inventory Management RFID technology has existed … Read More

Inlay Manufacturers are Shaping the Future of RFID in Healthcare

The rise of RFID-tracked medications is not just a technological advancement; it’s a promising market ripe with opportunities. Inlay manufacturers, the unsung heroes of the pharmaceutical supply chain, now have the chance to set themselves apart with unique products tailored to this emerging field with UnitVisID. UnitVisID: Maximizing RFID’s Potential UnitVisID is more than a specification; it’s a blueprint for … Read More

RFID Inlay Manufacturers: The Heartbeat of High-Performance RFID Solutions for Healthcare

In the world of RFID technology, inlay manufacturing stands as the foundation for successful tracking and management of pharmaceutical products. But not all inlays are created equal, especially when it comes to complex and delicate medical environments. The UnitVisID Alliance, comprising some of the world’s largest inlay manufacturers, has embarked on a journey to redefine the standards of RFID inlays. … Read More

Not all Inlays are Created Equal

Pharmaceutical medications can present one of the most complex scenarios for RFID tagging, especially those destined for hospital systems. Many are small, made from glass, contain liquid, and may even be enclosed in foil. These unique characteristics can detune RFID antennas, leading to diminished or non-existent performance once the vials or syringes are filled with medication. This has been a … Read More