Tracking tissue and managing implants can be an arduous manual process. Investing in an automated solution can increase workflow efficiencies and shift the way that a healthcare facility manages their high-value products. Utilizing RAIN RFID technology and an automated healthcare tracking solution, hospitals can now improve inventory visibility delivering immeasurable savings.
Now more than ever, the need for knowing where all of your inventory is at all times is critical to patient safety, care quality, and operational efficiency. With a real-time, automated healthcare tracking solution this is now possible. Using real-time information and communications allow a hospital to be proactive, sensing the need for change before it’s too late. Knowing this information in real-time is critical, and will improve a hospital’s overall operations and delivery of care. Imagine the possibilities that exist when all assets in your healthcare facility are connected with the use of a real-time healthcare tracking solution, IoT technologies, and RAIN RFID-enabled solutions.
Alan Brander, National Vice President of Sales & Marketing, TrackCore, Inc.
Alan J. Brander is the Vice President of National Sales & Marketing at TrackCore, Inc. Prior to joining TrackCore, Alan acquired over 25 years of healthcare experience including over-site of a 26-suite surgery department and the CNO of Spectrum Health United Memorial Health System. Alan holds a BSW from Calvin College, a BSN from U. of Illinois, an MBA/HCM from U. of Phoenix and is a graduate of the Executive Leadership Institute at University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. Alan is a certified fellow in Healthcare Management (FACHE) in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a certified Healthcare Accreditation Professional (HACP).Message Presenter
Joe Pleshek, CEO & President, Terso Solutions, Inc.
Since joining Terso in 2007, Joe Pleshek has overseen rapid growth for the company providing overall strategic direction and financial management for the business as well as managing day-to-day operations. He has worked closely with Terso’s clients in the Healthcare and Life Science markets to drive business value through Terso’s RFID-enabled inventory management solutions. Joe earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Stout as well as a Masters of Business Administration degree in Marketing from the University of St. Thomas.Message Presenter
Jason Merrill, Materials Manager Surgery Services, St. Dominic Hospital
St. Dominic – Jackson Memorial Hospital is a general medical and surgical hospital with 502 beds. St. Dominic has been using TrackCore and RFID enclosures for nearly 2 years.Message Presenter
Shelly Bosworth, BSN, RN, CNOR, Coordinator Orthopedics, North Kansas City Hospital
North Kansas City Hospital is an acute-care facility with 451 licensed beds. North Kansas has been using TrackCore for nearly 10 years (2007), but implemented several RFID enclosures and an end-to-end EHR integration in May of this year.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
- Supply Chain Management
- Healthcare Executives
- Regulatory Compliance
- Sales Executives
- Supply Chain IT
- Materials Management
- Quality Executives
- Care Providers
- Clinical Coordinators
- Operating Room Staff
Terso Solutions, Inc. is the leading provider of automated inventory management solutions for tracking high-value medical and scientific products in healthcare and life science. Terso Solutions, Inc. is backed by 13 years of RFID product development and implementation experience. Our product line includes RAIN RFID cabinets, refrigerators, freezers (-20C to -80C), smart rooms, and mobile solutions. Terso has deployed over 1,600 RAIN RFID-enabled sensors worldwide. Headquartered in Madison, WI, Terso Solutions is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Promega Corporation. Additional information is available at www.tersosolutions.com.
TrackCore, Inc. is a privately held company headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI. TrackCore began with a vision and commitment to improve patient safety surrounding tissues and implants. TrackCore Operating Room was launched in 2006 and is now the industry leading, flagship product of TrackCore, Inc. designed to eliminate the need for arduous manual processes surrounding tissues and implants. TrackCore Operating Room is now in over 425 hospitals nationwide. TrackCore, Inc. continues to invest in its products and has expanded the product offering to include TrackCore Interventional and TrackCore SameDay. TrackCore Interventional is a product designed to control costs and improve patient care through consumable tracking. TrackCore SameDay automates the bill-only process for consigned special-order implants. Visit our website at www.trackcoreinc.com.