Aug. 21, 2023

UnitVisID Alliance Announces New President and Expanded Vision

Vision expands support for diverse inlays, EPC formats, and automation solutions in the market San Ramon, Calif., August 20, 2023 – UnitVisID Alliance, the first membership-driven industry alliance advancing radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology in pharmaceuticals, today announced Al Green, UnitVisID Alliance Founding Board Member and CCL Industries’ Vice President of Technology Development, as its new president. The Alliance’s vision is
Aug. 21, 2023

The Power of Collaboration

RFID tagging with a standardized encoding process offers promising solutions challenges medication management challenges. By enabling real-time tracking, quality assurance, and system-wide interoperability, RFID technology can help ensure that essential medicines are always available in sufficient quantities and proper dosages. The UnitVisID Alliance stands at the core of this transformation, acting as a catalyst for collaboration and integration. Already, UnitVisID
Aug. 14, 2023

Source Tagging Medication Unlocks Massive Efficiencies in Hospital Systems

Source tagging medication at the manufacturing stage can profoundly impact hospital workflows and provide pharmaceutical brands with a competitive edge in the market. Here are the six significant benefits of source tagging for hospitals and pharmaceutical companies: 1. Streamlined Hospital Workflows: By integrating RFID tags or other source tagging mechanisms directly into medication packaging during manufacturing, hospitals receive pre-tagged and
Aug. 07, 2023

Improving Medication Management: Embracing Manufacturer-Enabled RFID in Hospitals

Medication errors pose significant risks to millions of patients every year, leading to substantial healthcare costs. According to the World Health Organization, the cost associated with medication errors has been estimated at USD 42 billion annually worldwide. In response to these challenges, healthcare organizations are turning to radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies to monitor and track medications within hospital settings.
Aug. 01, 2023

Enhancing Hospital Workflows and Cost Savings with RFID

Hospitals continually seek innovative solutions to streamline workflows, improve patient care, and reduce operational costs. One promising technology that has the potential to revolutionize medication management is Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tagging at the item level or unit-of-use level RFID tagging. By implementing RFID technology to track medications from manufacturer to patient administration, hospitals can unlock a myriad of benefits,