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  • Perfecting
    Patient Flow
    at Sanford Health
    Sonitor Sense Helps Improve
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  • Imagine
    Knowing Where
    Everything Is
  • Introducing A Revolutionary
    New RTLS Platform
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  • Finding the ROI
    in RTLS
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    implementing RTLS is key for your RTLS
    return on investment.
  • RFID Journal Features Sonitor
    at Sanford's Moorhead Clinic
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CASE STUDY: Bumrungrad International Hospital

case studyA highly innovative, internationally accredited hospital located in Bangkok, Thailand. With more than 30 specialty centers, Bumrungrad is the largest private hospital in Southeast Asia and serves over one million patients annuallyRead more

NEWS: RFID Journal Features Sonitor at Sanford's Moorhead Clinic

newsSanford Health has opened a new "patient-centric" clinic in Moorhead, Minn. that, it says, reverses many traditions related to patient care—and it is enabling that shift with real-time location system (RTLS) technology.

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NEWS: DOTmed Hospital Spotlight Features Sonitor at Sanford's Moorhead Clinic

newsThe Moorhead Campus is the first Sanford Health location to install a Real Time Locating System (RTLS) by Sonitor Technologies, Intelligent InSites, and RFID Global, which will help reduce patient wait times and impove clinical workflow. 

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PRESS RELEASE: Hospital Study Finds Patients Not Washing Hands Could be the Missing Link in the Spread of Infection

newsHealth technology company Infonaut (www.infonaut.ca), a Sonitor Technologies partner in deploying advanced real time locations systems, has discovered through a University of Toronto study that hospital patients may be at significant risk of infection because of their own alarmingly poor hand hygiene.

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