EVERYWARE, a leading provider of innovative digital solutions for the healthcare industry, is proud to announce its participation in the upcoming EBME Expo 2023, taking place on 28th and 29th of June at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
EVERYWARE will be demonstrating its state-of-the-art hybrid location tracking system for healthcare assets, which combines RFID, GPS, and BLE technology in a single digital platform. This trailblazing technology has been specifically designed to help the NHS monitor a wide range of healthcare assets more efficiently, both within the hospital and in the community. The tactical insights this provides give practitioners easy access to the equipment required to support patients and enable the NHS to use what it has and buy only what it needs.
The EVERYWARE system also offers a range of temperature and environment monitoring solutions, meaning NHS staff can access comprehensive operational intelligence via a unified cloud platform as and when they need to. This approach eliminates historical problems faced by the NHS such as legacy software, lack of interoperability, costly integration projects and multiple-point solutions.
The GPS tracking system used by EVERYWARE is the only one of its kind in healthcare monitoring. It has already been successfully implemented within South Warwickshire University NHS Foundation Trust, where it has proven highly beneficial to staff supporting patients with terminal conditions who wish to be treated at home.
Steve Clarke, Head of Electro Bio Medical Engineering at South Warwickshire University NHS Foundation Trust, said:
“We recognise the need to embrace new technology to not only improve diagnosis and recovery, but also support patients with terminal conditions who wish to be treated at home. EVERYWARE’s GPS asset tracking was a solution we hadn’t been able to find elsewhere. The introduction of GPS tracking enabled our community nurses to gain easy access to essential equipment that was needed to support these patients. I’ll be joining EVERYWARE at the EBME Expo, and am looking forward to speaking to other NHS trusts about how this technology can be utilised to get the most from our resources and ultimately improve patient care.”
Jon Hardman, Solutions Director and Co-Founder of EVERYWARE, said:
“Our hybrid location tracking system has the potential to revolutionise the way healthcare assets are managed and monitored, both in the hospital and in the community. We are excited to share our innovations with the attendees and discuss how we can work together to ensure services are delivered in the best way for both practitioners and patients.”
The EBME Expo is a leading event for healthcare technology professionals, attracting thousands of attendees from across the UK and beyond. EVERYWARE will be exhibiting at Stand M12, where visitors can see live demonstrations of its technology and speak to its team of experts.
To learn more about EVERYWARE and its innovative healthcare asset tracking technology, visit www.everyware.uk.com.