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(Italiano) Forum PA 2013 e Sanità

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(Italiano) Sanità: con il digitale risparmi!

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(Italiano) Salute, ecco come stanno gli italiani!

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(Italiano) La mappa dei migliori (e peggiori) ospedali italiani

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(Italiano) Agenda Digitale della Sanità

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(Italiano) La telemedicina taglia le spese del 40%

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We have developed customised solutions for hospitals. We work with them to devise solutions for “constantly changing data”, such as: people (patients, medical staff), clinical items (drugs, blood, biological samples), services (laundry, maintenance, rubbish collection, meals).

Our projects have found solutions for several hospital contexts: wards, operating theatres, accident & emergency, always using RFID technology applied to the operational processes.

Indeed, RFID technology introduces in these contexts the “Univocal Identification” concept, namely the certain tracking of data!

Cutting-edge technology

Ever since the beginning, we decided to use RFID technology. Traceability is paramount to us and we implement this technology in healthcare processes.

Constantly on the cutting edge of technology, MIR – through commonly used devices, such as smartphones e tablets (Apple, Android, Windows) and through a network of technological tools, such as Tag RFID (passive, HF or UHF), WEB 2.0, 3G and Wi-Fi – has set up a range of “Tracker” solutions, now marketed with different modules, according to the “process area”.