Each of the following solutions is scalable and can be integrated with existing RFID systems (as a partial or a combined solution)
Visitor, patient, and hospital staff data: Hospitals generate large amounts of information every day and distribute them among many different target groups. Schomäcker Infopoint, an RFID-compliant information terminal for visitors, patients and hospital staff, enables the well-structured maintenance and the central distribution of information in public areas. Content can be efficiently administered using the integrated eKis health care information system. Schomäcker Infopoint has an integrated RFID reader for capturing personalized information that is able to identify a card holder via transponder technology. If necessary, a cashless payment system can be integrated into the self-service terminal for patients. In addition, the Infopoint is equipped with an energy-efficient and emmission-free printer for direct information output.
Unfortunately, the theft of wallets, mobiles and jewelry belongs to every-day hospital life. This is why objects of value should be locked up in the hospital safe instead of just keeping them in the bedside locker. Having his valuables around him makes the patient feel most comfortable. RFID locking systems provide an inexpensive way of combining high safety requirements with patient welfare. To achieve this, existing beside lockers or cabinets are simply equipped with a wear-free RFID locking system. The patient receives a personal RFID tag (e.g. a bracelet) that he carries with him all the time and that can additionally be used for further clinical applications. The only way for opening and closing the locker system is using the transponder medium. The same medium serves the patient for logging in to the Schomäcker Infopoint and for controlling his personal services autonomously. Get familiar with the products.
Varying charges, e.g. for locker rental: Self-service cashless payment solutions contribute to strengthening the autonomy of patients and to reducing adminstrative efforts. RFID transponder media that come with an integrated pay functionality serve as a cashless wallet. Payment can be made using the Infopoint or the cash register terminals. The system offers flexible payment options and many different ways of transferring the transaction data to the desired back-end system. At the Infopoint the patient can, at any time, retrieve his account balance and book further services that are subject to fees as required.