Harland Simon will be holding its 2nd RFiD Discovery User Group Meeting on 19th April 2016 at Good Hope Hospital Education Centre, with kind permission from Birmingham Heartlands Trust.

The event is exclusive for current users of the Harland Simon RFiD Discovery Asset Tracking system and will be featuring a total of 4 customer case study as well as news on latest developments. Case studies will be presented by the following trusts:

  • Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
  • Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • NHS Forth Valley
  • East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

The one-day event focuses on the specific challenges for clinical engineers and there will be plenty of opportunity for delegates to network and share experiences with other professionals from around the UK. Interactive discussions will encourage feedback and suggestions to assist with future developments of the Asset Tracking system. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

RFID Discovery is successfully being used by healthcare organisations and NHS trusts throughout the UK to track locations of a variety of mobile assets including infusion pumps, syringe drivers, feeding devices, scanners, monitors, wheelchairs, mattresses and beds.

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