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Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida Deploys RTLS Patient Work-flow Management Solution to Improve Efficiency and Patient Experience
Date:3/19/2013

RESTON, Va., March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ekahau Inc., the high-performance leader in Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) using Wi-Fi (active RFID), announced today that Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida (JISF) in Fort Myers, deployed the Ekahau Wi-Fi-based real-time badge tracking solution that is utilized by Solstice Medical's real-time patient flow software platform.

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With thousands of patients seen annually, JISF combines patient and staff location intelligence with work-flow events to improve patient throughput and patient outcomes. JISF uses Ekahau Wi-Fi-based patient and staff badges, which offer an LED with two-way messaging, to track patient and staff locations throughout the 15,000 square foot clinic. Solstice Medical's real-time patient flow (RTPF) software analyzes caregiver-patient interaction time based on badge locations and other work-flow events, delivering essential reports and dashboards to the clinic's management team.

Ekahau wearable Wi-Fi badges are given to patients as they sign in, and badges are worn by staff as they treat patients throughout the day. Solstice's software then categorizes and queues patients in order to improve efficiency. For example, patients classified as new patients require longer initial appointment times, as compared to existing patients. Ekahau badges also capture real-time patient or staff interaction time in each zone within the facility, using the Wi-Fi network. By tracking caregivers and patients managers can compare this real-time data to a
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