Jul. 25, 2023

The Crucial Role of High-Performance RFID Kits, Trays, and Stations in Hospitals

Ensuring patient safety and optimizing healthcare workflows are paramount. While high-performance RFID tags have garnered attention in hospital systems, it is essential not to overlook the equally important role played by high-performance RFID readers and antennas. This is especially crucial in areas such as crash kits, operating room trays, auxiliary, and anesthesia stations, where hundreds of RFID-tagged medications may be
May. 25, 2023

Webinar: Powering Solutions with Interoperability

On Wednesday, May 17, 2023, UnitVisID Alliance presented the “Powering Solutions with Interoperability” webinar with Fierce Pharma. The discussion focused on roles, experiences, and use cases of RFID systems in hospital settings and offered insights from both sides of the aisle – hospitals and manufacturers – on the benefits of RFID and its potential to enhance interoperability within healthcare facilities.
Apr. 17, 2023

Overview of CCL Healthcare RFID Quality Process

Discover the quality process behind CCL Healthcare with Karl Hoelper, the company’s Director of Marketing! As a division of CCL Label and UnitVisID Alliance board member, CCL Healthcare is dedicated to producing secondary packaging within cGMP facilities. Our members, like CCL Healthcare, are advancing standards around RFID-tagged unit-of-use medications and pushing the envelope on inlays tailored for the unique and challenging use
Apr. 10, 2023

Introducing UnitVisID Specification 2.0

We recently announced the release of UnitVisID Specification 2.0, the result of the hard work and dedication of our Certification and Technology Committee volunteers. Unit-level visibility via RFID is the key to solving the evolving challenges in the pharmaceutical supply chain. We’re addressing these issues by defining an industry-wide performance and data-handling specification, maximizing this technology. This new specification provides
Apr. 03, 2023

Revolutionizing Drug Management in Hospitals: The Benefits of Low Memory RFID Tags and Cloud-Based Registries

Managing drugs in a hospital is a critical task that requires utmost precision and efficiency. Hospitals deal with thousands of drugs that move from pharmacies to procedural areas every day. This can lead to errors and confusion, especially in high-pressure situations. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology has proven to be a game-changer in this regard. By using RFID tags to