RFID for Healthcare

Helping hospitals, medical device manufacturers, and distributors tracking and digitizing critical inventory.

RFID for Healthcare helps hospitals, medical device manufacturers, and distributors in tracking and digitizing critical inventory.

How To Build RFID Inventory Management For Hospitals?

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The Challenges Of RFID In Hospitals


How can we avoid adding risk at the point of care? When it comes to the question of RFID technology and Patient Safety, the FDA has adopted a neutral stance: "The FDA is not aware of any adverse events associated with RFID."

Sterile Processing

Sterile processing is not technology-friendly, be it for the sterilization processes such as Autoclave, EtO, E-Beam, Gamma Radiation, or the numerous chemical cleaners in use.


Compliance with FDA UDI (Unique Device Identification) requirements has become critical for medical device manufacturers


Healthcare institutions present a high density of metallic surfaces and assets, which can be challenging for radio frequency identification and other wireless technologies


Technology is expected to be inobtrusive, with form factors and tagging systems adapted to every lifecycle and workflow

Where to Start With An RFID System For Hospital?

By deploying the right RFID tracking system, hospitals can build safety and traceability into their processes, enabling them to automatically track, monitor, and safeguard instruments, equipment, supplies, and staff.


#1 priority for everyone from the institutions to the regulatory agencies, with a stringent evaluation of risks and benefits that applies to any new system.

UDI Traceability

The worldwide agenda for traceability gives momentum to device manufacturers looking to leverage technology enablement.


Tracking and monitoring automation helps hospitals incorporate safety and UDI traceability into their operations.


Reprocessing procedures are based on manufacturers' IFUs and a facility’s own best practices for cleaning, chemical treatments, and sterilization parameters by autoclave, EtO, E-Beam, or radiation.


Tracking technology provides insight into managing field inventory, trunk stock, and consignment programs.


Surgical equipment, beds, and stretches are easier and less contentious to track than patients and staff. There are tagging solutions available for any asset, workflow, and lifecycle.

Can RFID Survive Autoclave Sterilization?

Xerafy created the market of RFID for Healthcare, with innovations such as the smallest RFID tagsAutoclavableHigh Temperatures, Chemicals, Shocks.

Xerafy RFID for hospitals and manufacturers includes on metal tagging options, as well as solutions that can be embedded in metal, with customization services available.

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