HOD HASHARON, Israel--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Haldor Advanced Technologies Ltd., the leading provider of RFID-enabled, surgical instrument tracking and asset management solutions for hospitals and sterilization centers, and Intelligent InSites, the leading provider of enterprise real-time location systems (RTLS) software for healthcare announced an integrated solution to help improve hospital operations. The solution incorporates Intelligent InSites’ enterprise RTLS software platform with Haldor’s ORLocate® system, the first FDA 510K-approved and CE-marked commercially-available system that accurately, efficiently, and in real-time, tracks, monitors and manages the flow and capabilities of RFID-tagged surgical instruments, endoscopes, and consumables.
“Haldor's ORLocate® system is highly modular, reliable, scalable and accurate. One of its distinctive traits is the capability to simultaneously read multiple surgical instruments in a split second. It blends seamlessly with the workflow within and between the sterile processing departments and the operating rooms, thus closing the gaps in the lifecycle of surgical instruments,” said Rubi Halberthal, president and CEO of Haldor Advanced Technologies. “By combining our proven management and tracking system with the powerful process improvement capabilities of the Intelligent InSites solution, we can assist hospitals in fulfilling their vision of cost reduction, lean management, and patient safety,” Halberthal added.
“Intelligent InSites’ enterprise software platform was designed to easily connect and integrate with other hospital information systems to bring additional value to healthcare providers,” said Ralf Mehnert-Meland, Director of Developer/OEM Relationships at Intelligent InSites. “By combining data from the ORLocate® system with the powerful visualization and business intelligence capabilities of the Intelligent InSites solution, healthcare organizations will gain valuable information to further improve workflow efficiency, staff productivity, and patient safety.”
The Intelligent InSites enterprise RTLS software platform—which provides a unified user interface for multiple enterprise-wide RTLS applications, integrations, connectivity, 3rd-party solutions, and RTLS hardware technologies—enables hospitals to achieve meaningful and measurable hard-dollar cost savings while improving patient satisfaction and patient care.
Haldor Advanced Technologies Haldor Advanced Technologies Ltd. fulfills the vision of cost reduction and lean management within modern hospitals and sterilization centers by enabling effective surgical instrument tracking and effective asset management. Haldor's flagship patent protected product, the ORLocate® system, is RFID-enabled, highly modular, reliable, scalable and accurate. One of its unique features is the capability to simultaneously read multiple surgical instruments. In addition, ORLocate® enables seamless interaction and streamlines the workflow of the sterile processing departments and the operating rooms. It also provides the capabilities to interact with the hospital’s real-time location system as well as the hospital’s information systems and technologies. Haldor is a privately held company with global headquarters in Israel and US headquarters in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. For more information, visit www.haldor-tech.com.
About Intelligent InSites Intelligent InSites currently helps healthcare organizations in both civilian and Veterans Affairs environments improve care and reduce costs by transforming automatically-collected data into actionable insights and the intelligent automation of operational workflows. Through its interoperable, hardware-neutral, real-time location system (RTLS) software platform, Intelligent InSites gathers data from real-time location, condition sensing, and other systems; then delivers meaningful information to the right person, at the right time, on the right device. Intelligent InSites’ customers gain enterprise-wide visibility and are able to impact continuous process improvements, resulting in remarkable financial and quality of care outcomes. For more information, visit www.IntelligentInSites.com.