LINKÖPING, Sweden: There are many financial advantages for using indoor positioning systems within healthcare organizations. Christian Lundquist, CEO and cofounder of SenionLab, will discuss these benefits on March 2 at HIMMS16, which runs from February 29 through March 4 in Las Vegas.
The HIMMS16 conference, “Transforming Health through IT,” brings together 40,000 healthcare professional and executives. The event this year will focus on the ways in which mobile and wireless technologies can help support patient engagement, self-health management and prevention strategies.
Mr. Lundquist will discuss how equipment tagging, positioning beacons and indoor positioning software work with cell phones and other handheld devices, quickly providing a return on investment in lost time, maintenance and patient satisfaction. He will elaborate on actual use cases and studies.
“Finding equipment, people and places in hospitals can be time- and resource-consuming for both staff and patients,” said Lundquist. “Indoor positioning can benefit patients, staff and the bottom line, especially as IoT moves into hospitals. Location-based services can both enhance the patient experience and reduce wasted time spent looking for people and equipment.”
What: Financial Perspectives of Indoor Positioning in Healthcare
When: March 2, 2016, 2:15 pm
Where: Connected Health Experience, Marco Polo Meeting Room, Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas, HIMMS
SenionLab is a global leader in indoor positioning solutions, bringing a seamless, responsive, and consumer-friendly foundation for location-based services applications. SenionLab’s comprehensive IPS services include analytics, wayfinding, geofencing, friend finder and tracking. With more than 250 IPS installations globally, SenionLab has worked closely with shopping malls, hospitals, event venues, industrial buildings and more to improve workflows. SenionLab is headquartered in Linkoping, Sweden. Find us on the web at www.senionlab.com, on Twitter @SenionLab and on LinkedIn at SenionLab.