Contagion and Compliance
Other Use Cases & Applications
RFID in healthcare provides all data necessary to build an effective containment plan for infectious disease.
Infection Control with RFID in Healthcare
Quake’s RFID software (iAM) displays the location of anything and anyone within a hospital. This allows playback of movement for an infected individual and the interactions they made with equipment or people to determine the current spread of disease. iAM provides data in minutes for successful infection control.
Infection Prevention – Medical Equipment Management
Soiled medical equipment often contributes to the spread of infectious disease. Quake’s RFID solution ensures that every asset has confirmation on being properly prepped for the next use. Proper management of used equipment assists facilities remain in compliance with disinfection standards.
Why Choose Quake for RFID in Healthcare?
Quake Global participated in the development of global RFID standards and is an original innovator of the technology. We own multiple patents specific to unique uses of RFID technology to optimize performance. Our solutions are based on open architecture that enables you to utilize a variety of different industry readers, a variety of different industry tags, and connect to multiple different systems. Quake is the only company that will provide you 98% accuracy on all movements and actions in your operation. We deliver quality solutions with extensive longevity and performance to our customers.
Quake's experience, market reputation and technological influence make us industry leaders in delivering state of the art solutions to the global market.
Healthcare Case Studies
We wanted to use equipment tracking data to optimize and develop related business processes, and asked Quake Global to configure a system for our needs and parameters.
David Stotland Director of Biomedical Engineering, Northern Westchester Hospital
We achieved 99.98% accuracy over a sample size of close to 100,000 lab tests. That means better information to practitioners and better patient care.
Schuyler O. Sanderson, M.D. Director Anatomical Pathology Lab