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The information you need, when you need it: how RTLS improves informed decision-making

In healthcare, informed decision-making is a fundamental pillar of providing quality healthcare and ensuring the well-being of patients. Every day, healthcare professionals face crucial decisions that can have a significant impact on the lives of the people they care for. From choosing treatments and medications to allocating resources and planning procedures, making informed decisions is essential for the best possible outcomes in patient care.

However, in an environment where every second counts and situations can change rapidly, accessing up-to-date and accurate information can be a challenge for medical and administrative staff. The availability of real-time data is essential for efficient and accurate decision-making, but getting information to flow quickly and reliably can be complicated.

It is in this context that real-time location technology (RTLS) presents itself as an innovative and effective resource. RTLS provides us with a fundamental basis on which to develop comprehensive solutions for the orchestration and automation of processes and tasks that optimize hospital management and improve the quality of care.

In this article, we will explore the importance of informed decision-making in healthcare, highlighting the challenges faced by medical staff in accessing real-time information. We will then focus on RTLS as the key technology that enables accurate and up-to-date data, and how MYSPHERA has leveraged this technology to develop end-to-end solutions that revolutionize the way decisions are made in the hospital environment.

Benefits of RTLS-based solutions in decision-making

Solutions based on real-time location-based technology (RTLS) have revolutionized the way decisions are made in healthcare. By leveraging the advantages of RTLS, these solutions offer a number of benefits that significantly improve the quality of care and efficiency in hospital management.

Automation of processes and tasks for up-to-date data: RTLS-based solutions enable the automation of processes and tasks in the healthcare environment. This includes everything from the allocation of patient rooms and beds to the scheduling of medical procedures and the management of medical equipment. Automating these tasks ensures that up-to-date and accurate data is obtained in real-time, facilitating informed decision-making by medical and administrative staff.

Accurate patient and asset location for efficient management:
Real-time location of patients and medical assets is one of the greatest benefits of RTLS. These solutions track the exact location of patients and medical equipment within the hospital, streamlining resource allocation and bed and equipment management. The accurate location also reduces time wasted searching for valuable assets and ensures that patients are seen in a timely manner.


Improved communication and coordination between medical staff and patients: RTLS technology improves communication and coordination between medical staff and patients. By providing up-to-date information on patient location and status, doctors and nurses can make faster decisions and coordinate actions more effectively. This results in faster, more patient-centered care, improving the patient experience and contributing to more positive care outcomes.

In conclusion, solutions based on real-time location-based technology (RTLS) offer a number of significant benefits that improve informed decision-making in healthcare. Automating processes and tasks to obtain real-time, up-to-date data, accurately locating patients and assets, continuously monitoring vital signs and relevant medical data, and improving communication and coordination between medical staff and patients are key elements that drive more efficient, patient-centric care.

ORvital and STELA: MYSPHERA’s solutions for efficient and optimised healthcare management

At MYSPHERA, we know the potential of RTLS, which is why we have pioneered the use of real-time location technology (RTLS) to develop comprehensive solutions that revolutionize the way decisions are made in the hospital environment. By combining RTLS with advanced technologies and extensive experience in the healthcare sector, we have succeeded in creating highly efficient and customized solutions to improve the quality of care and hospital management.

One of our main contributions has been in the automation of processes and tasks through RTLS. By implementing this technology in hospitals, MYSPHERA has enabled the optimization of key processes, achieving greater operational efficiency and reducing waiting times for patients.

Solutions such as ORvital and STELA have taken informed decision-making to a new level. Medical staff have access to up-to-date, real-time information on patient’s location and condition, as well as relevant medical data. This allows for more proactive care and continuous monitoring of patients, facilitating early detection of changes in their health condition and more accurate and effective clinical decision-making.

In turn, ORvital offers a crucial additional benefit to the hospital environment by enabling the optimization of the use of valuable and important resources such as operating theatres. Thanks to the real-time location of patients, medical equipment, and staff, hospitals can have a complete and up-to-date view of the availability of operating theatres at all times.

This real-time information enables more efficient management of operating theatres, meaning that surgeries can be scheduled more accurately and unnecessary delays avoided. Operating theatres can be allocated and prepared according to the location and status of patients, ensuring optimal utilization of these valuable resources.

The ability to make informed decisions about scheduling and allocation of operating theatres in real-time not only improves the hospital’s operational efficiency but also contributes to reducing waiting times for patients and improving the overall healthcare experience.

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