Stamford, CT (September 28, 2015) - Sonitor Technologies, the global Real-Time Location System (RTLS) technology leader, announced today that it is a sponsor of the Intelligent InSites Inc. annual InSites Build Conference to be held on September 28-30, 2015, in Fargo, ND.
InSites Build is a rapidly growing and powerful gathering of operational, clinical, and technology thought leaders across the healthcare industry. It is a forum where early results, lessons learned, and best practices in the arena of RTLS-enabled operational intelligence are shared.
During the conference, attendees will have an opportunity to visit Sanford Health's Moorhead Campus to learn how RTLS is helping to perfect patient flow and improve operational intelligence. The Moorhead Campus is the first Sanford Health location to install RTLS using Sonitor Technologies hardware and Intelligent InSites software. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience an on-site demonstration that will highlight how these two technologies have helped reduce patient wait times and improve clinical workflow.
Sonitor has developed the healthcare industry's most advanced open integration RTLS platform, Sonitor Sense™ for precise indoor positioning in complex environments. Real-time location systems are used to automatically identify and locate objects or people in real time, helping healthcare providers accelerate the delivery of safe, quality care. Sonitor Sense is designed to provide industry-leading accuracy (to within 30 centimeters) that can be used not only for positioning patients, staff and assets in real time, but also improving workflow, patient flow, and enhancing patient safety and infection control.
"We are proud to sponsor the InSites Build 2015 Conference," said Anne Bugge, President and CEO, Sonitor Technologies. "Through our participation we hope to offer hospitals a better understanding of how they can improve operational intelligence through the accurate management of patients, staff and assets, ultimately impacting the patient experience and the bottom-line."