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November 20, 2007

Medical RFID in the news

RFID Identification: Encentuate Powers Identity And Access Management For Englewood Hospital

This story reported on the RFID Solutions Online Web site talks about the Encentuate healthcare identity and access management (IAM) system that "automates access to web, desktop and legacy applications, using a combination of single sign-on and employee RFID badges for strong authentication."

University Of Maryland Medical Center Selects InnerWireless' PanGo Asset Tracking Solution (from MoreRFID)

InnerWireless, Inc., the leading provider of in-building wireless solutions, announced that its PanGo real-time location system (RTLS) has been deployed by the University of Maryland Medical Center's Radiation Oncology Department to track approximately 600 patient charts within their building and across the entire downtown campus. By leveraging its existing Cisco Wireless Network and Cisco Wireless Location Appliance to incorporate PanGo, Radiation Oncology will become the first department in the University of Maryland Medical Center to use RTLS.

RFID Healthcare: Providence Health & Services Chooses WWT And AeroScout For Wireless Asset Tracking Solution

WWT (World Wide Technology) and AeroScout have partnered to configure, install, train and support a Wi-Fi-based asset tracking and location solution at Providence’s Centralia location. PH&S is a 27 hospital, 46,000 employee system which operates in Alaska, Washington, Montana, Oregon and California.


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