Healthcare traceability across the global supply chain is increasingly essential to enhance brand protection and anti-counterfeiting, improve loss prevention and patient safety. These are just some of the more obvious opportunities for using track and trace technologies. RFID, mostly rejected a decade ago for healthcare track-and-trace applications, is winning adherents, especially in hospital systems. RFID works as an added layer of protection for healthcare integrity for the sake of patients, while saving healthcare providers time and providing precise inventory control throughout hospitals.

SPEAKERS:  Brent Koeppel, Sr. Principal R&D Engineer, Cardinal Health  |  Tom Racette, RFID Business Development, North America, EM Microelectronic  |  Peter Bloch, Business Development Manager-Healthcare, Avery Dennison  |   Tony Fonk, President & Chief Executive Officer, SpotSee