9.00 - 9.30
Registration & breakfast
9.30 - 10.00
The experienced benefit of using automated data capture and global trends
Introduction to the benefits obtained in the logistics of several industries utilizing Real Time Localization, including examples of use cases in a hospital that can be optimized by use of RTLS.
- Keld Ole Nielsen, Director Healthcare, Lyngsoe Systems
10.00 - 10.30
Demonstrating success in Healthcare - The NHS needs transformational change
GS1 standards are helping the NHS save thousands of lives and millions of pounds. Get an understanding of how GS1 standards will allow every NHS hospital in England to save an average of £3million each year, while improving patient care. The tools in the box, scanning and tracking, GS1 compliant.
10.30 - 11.00
IT support of localization and object identification at Aarhus University Hospital
Remote “On site visit” at Aarhus University Hospital (AUH), seeing installations and use in the hospital, how tags are attached to assets, localization of equipment and products, etc. Learn why AUH is in the process of implementing a GS1 compliant infrastructure to support RTLS of up to 400,000 assets, items and employees in existing and new hospital buildings.
- Henrik Stilling, Systems Architect, AUH, Region Central Jutland
11.00 - 11.20
Coffee break & networking
11.20 - 11.50
Increased quality of CSSD processes & turnaround of surgical instruments
In the capital region of Denmark, the Central Sterile Service Departments (CSSD), covering all hospitals in the region, will be centralized at two departments. Learn how trust in the concept is built and maintained by providing accurate and real-time location and tracking information on the whereabouts of instruments; not just inside the CSSD processes, but also on the logistic trail between the CSSD and hospital departments.
- Jan Stokkebro Hansen, IT Architect, Capital Region of Denmark, Center for IT, Medico and Telephony
12.00 - 13.00
13.00 - 13.30
Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust was seeking an innovative track and trace solution using Real Time Localization technologies (both RFID passive and WIFI active) to enable medical equipment to be located and tracked. The solution had to be future proofed to enable expansion to other areas, for example, non-medical equipment, people, vulnerable patients and babies.
13.30 - 14.00
Optimizing processes and workflow in a large organization by use of RTLS – 15 years of experience
Get an understanding of how Royal Mail have used RTLS to improve their processes in the postal logistic processes; both seen from a local, site-related perspective and their national supply chain.
- Iain Richardson, Operations Design Lead, Parcels & Letters, Royal Mail
14.00 - 14.30
Coffee Break & Networking
14.30 - 15.00
Integrated workflow solutions – by the use of a tracking platform
In the Central Denmark Region, more than 15.000 doctors and nurses are using clinical logistic software in their daily work. The system provides a Real-Time, comprehensive overview of current and future patients in the department as well as the tasks to be undertaken in relation to the individual patient, including tasks that are essential in relation to patient safety.
- Jesper Jønsson, Product Line Manager, Integrated Workflow Solutions, Getinge
15.00 - 15.30
Start up - What to do and what not to do?
Practical information, recommendations and advice based on four years’ intensive work together with hospitals, and from 25 years of building RTLS systems in other industries.
15.30 - 16.15
Practical exercise; see how the reader, antenna and software work together. Hands on and try it out yourself.
16.15 - 16.45
Measured tangible results – evidence based business cases, ROI
Session on expected benefits from real cases. Important input for the decision-maker, management and your CFO.
16.45 - 17.00
Summary of the day and questions
18.30 - 21.30