Wheelchair Tracking in Hospitals

Prevent wheelchair loss and save money by effectively locating wheelchairs in the hospital and reducing the time employees spend looking for them.

QUICK SUMMARY

Wheelchair theft and loss in hospitals remains one of the biggest challenges the healthcare facilities are currently facing.

 

Whether it was accidentally left unattended or intentionally misplaced, it’s crucial to avoid extra expenditure on purchasing new wheelchairs and ensure that there are enough wheelchairs available at any given time.

 

Implementing wheelchair tracking in hospitals will significantly improve operational efficiency and increase ROI.

 

The sensors attached to wheelchairs make it extremely easy to manage and keep track of the transportation assets.

THEFT PREVENTION

Track the movements of your wheelchairs and get alerted if they leave the hospital area.

WORKFLOW EFFICIENCY

Quickly and easily locate the nearest wheelchair on a digital map and send the employee who is close by to get it.

EXCELLENT PATIENT EXPERIENCE

Take good care of the visitors with reduced mobility and provide them with a reliable service.

PERSONNEL PRODUCTIVITY

Don’t make your employees waste time on looking for wheelchairs and help them focus on their core responsibilities.

INCREASED VISIBILITY

See exact positions of all your wheelchairs on a map in real time, including nearby areas around the hospital, and effectively take care of abandoned or forgotten ones.

MINIMAL COSTS

Save on purchasing new wheelchairs every year and take better care of existing inventory.

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