Pathologist Says Labs Need Read-Write RFID

Developing read-write RFID chips would help labs reduce error rates and boost productivity

CEO SUMMARY: The current state of the art for radio frequency identification (RFID) tags employs read-only chips. Labs can use these RFID chips today to track specimens at intake. But pathologist William Neeley, M.D., is most enthusiastic about the potential of read-write RFID chips, which could help cut errors, improve patient safety, and boost staff …

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