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					Intelligent InSites Shares Best Practices for Delivering Hard-Dollar ROI
with RFID and RTLS Solutions

Intelligent InSites to address clinical engineering community at the
Northeastern Healthcare Technology Symposium.

Fargo, ND, October 26, 2011 -- Intelligent InSites Inc., the leading
provider of enterprise RTLS software helping hospitals improve patient
satisfaction and operational performance while supporting multiple RTLS
technologies, has been invited by the New England Society of Clinical
Engineering (NESCE) to share its expertise on RFID and RTLS (Real-Time
Location Systems) in healthcare during the Northeastern Healthcare
Technology Symposium, held November 3 - 4, 2011, at the Mystic Marriot
Hotel and Spa in Groton, Connecticut.

The session, entitled Getting the Most out of an RFID/RTLS
Implementation, is scheduled for Thursday, November 3, 2011, from 8:45
a.m. to 9:30 a.m. EDT.

Session participants will discover the enterprise-wide benefits of RFID
and RTLS solutions, how to select the right RTLS solution, and how to
measure and achieve post-implementation success and true return-on-
investment (ROI).

“Effectively managing medical equipment in hospitals can be challenging,”
said Marcus Ruark, Vice President of Marketing at Intelligent InSites,
who will represent the company at the symposium. “However, with the real-
time information and actionable intelligence provided by today’s
enterprise RTLS software, hospitals can achieve substantial hard-dollar
cost savings and increase value added time for hospital staff, ultimately
resulting in improved patient safety and patient satisfaction.”

“There is no doubt, among the clinical engineering community, that the
use of RTLS technologies can dramatically eliminate inefficiencies in
managing assets in hospitals,” said Carlos Pina, sales executive at the
Unitech Sound & Security Systems and a member of the New England Society
of Clinical Engineering. “We are excited to draw on Intelligent InSites’
RTLS solutions and expertise to establish best practices for implementing
and using RFID and RTLS in the hospital environment.”

Clinical engineering professionals can learn more about the InSites Asset
Management solution—and ensuring enterprise-wide RTLS success—in the
Unitech Sound & Security Systems’ booth (booth #38). Online registration
for the Northeastern Healthcare Technology Symposium is available at
https://nesce.org/symposium/.

About New England Society of Clinical Engineering (NESCE)
NESCE is a professional alliance comprised of members who clinically
support medical technology in healthcare organizations across New
England. NESCE’s mission is to provide educational and networking
resources to its members while increasing awareness for the safe and
beneficial use of medical instrumentation. For more information, visit
www.embs.org.
About Intelligent InSites
Intelligent InSites helps healthcare organizations reduce costs and
improve care by transforming automatically-collected data into actionable
insights. Through its interoperable, hardware-agnostic, healthcare 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.

Press Contact:
Joanna Wyganowska
Intelligent InSites, Inc.
102 Broadway, Suite #200
Fargo, ND 58102
701-893-2080
press@intelligentinsites.com
http://www.IntelligentInSites.com

				
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