Xerafy’s surgical instrument tracking solutions were featured at the recent HIMSS’18 Conference in Las Vegas. Interoperability was a key focus at this year’s event, and RFID and the Internet of Things will play a critical role in enabling these more connected solutions.
Interoperability was a key focus at the HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition earlier this month in Las Vegas. This was true in the HIMSS Interoperability Showcase – where vendors exhibited new advances in data exchange – and in presentations by representatives from the Department of Health and Human Services unveiled new efforts to improve access and reduce info blocking.
Connected Items Identify Themselves (Source: Xerafy)
Xerafy’s Dennis Khoo is one of 30 executives chosen to participate in global program
SINGAPORE – (DATE) Xerafy, the global leader and innovator of Gen2 passive UHF RFID metal tags, is pleased to announce that Xerafy’s founder and CEO, Dennis Khoo, has been selected to take part in the Ernst & Young (EY) Accelerating Entrepreneurs program, which is designed to support innovative companies from around the world through the next steps of their high-growth journey to become the global market leaders of tomorrow.
As we move into the New Year, thanks to increasing reimbursement rates from private insurers, the future looks bright for for-profit hospitals, which are likely to see a 2.5 percent to 3 percent growth rate in 2018. But for not-for-profit and public healthcare facilities, the horizon looks a little dimmer as they continue to grapple with the same fiscal challenges as last year. Despite good inpatient volume, for these facilities, revenue growth is likely to plummet in the months ahead as spending continues to climb. This is according to a 2018 outlook report by Moody’s Investor Service which says low government reimbursement rates — which accounted for 61 percent of gross patient revenue in 2016 — clinical staff shortages, labor costs, bad debt, escalating insurance deductibles and co-pays, and increased spending on essential technology all play a role. However, it’s essential technology that could also play a role in leading healthcare providers closer to the light.
Sichuan Airlines deploys Xerafy solution to track 60,000 assets in SAP.
SINGAPORE – (31 January 2018) Xerafy, the global leader and innovator of Gen2 passive UHF RFID metal tags, today announced that it has implemented its Automated Inventory Solution to help Sichuan Airlines track and manage more than 60,000 items for warehouse management and on board the aircrafts.
Storage of high-value items at Sichuan Airlines Warehouse at
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RFID technology improves MRO, supply chain, and asset operations throughout the aerospace industry.
The aerospace industry embraced RFID technology early, and it’s easy to see why – manufacturers like Boeing and Airbus have a large number of high-value parts and components that are subject to complex tracking and regulatory requirements. A durable automatic identification technology that provides read/write capabilities without the need for connecting to a central database seems like a custom-fit solution.