Opinion Piece: GS1 UK

November 06, 2017

Opinion Piece from Lyngsoe Systems

Lyngsoe Systems is proud to be contributing to the GS1 UK Healthcare Conference. As part of the contribution, our UK Sales Director within Healthcare Palle Madsen has written an opinion piece where he explores the benefits of real-time visibility in hospitals and presents pioneering solutions helping hospitals in the UK and Denmark to be more efficient, improving patient safety and treatment quality. Read the opinion piece to learn more.

Lyngsoe Systems is the platinum sponsor of this year's GS1 UK Healthcare Conference 21-22 November in London. Meet us at the conference and get insights to how our GS1 compliant solutions can increase visibility, efficiency and patient safety, while reducing purchasing costs on various assets.

Contact our sales team for more information on healthcare@lyngsoesystems.com

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