To further help our NHS clients Kinsetsu has launched a promotion running from November to March. Many of our clients are busy clinical engineers, bed and facility management personnel who are supporting the frontline nursing teams. Providing instant visual location on customised digital mapping to help manage the flow of devices and beds inbuilding or between hospital sites saves them valuable time and provides additional reassurance.
Our two service bundles are designed to help NHS clients get started on their asset tracking journey. This will allow up to 500 assets to be tagged and tracked giving automated location status using hand-held technology. Management dashboards and serviced analytics will further enhance the tracking solution giving full audit trails of any type of equipment (medical devices, beds, etc).
NHS client quote: “Our Kinsetsu ktrack system is now alerting Clinical Engineering when equipment moves between wards or hospitals. Alerting our staff if equipment might be a Covid risk. Our IT systems are receiving real time information to provide location history to staff.” Rob Slater, NHS Wales
Who we are:
Kinsetsu Limited, a Belfast-based software and Internet of Things (IoT) company, helps organisations to gain real-time insight about the critical assets they value most. We connect our customers physical assets (vehicles, patients, equipment, tools, inventory, records etc) seamlessly by using a wide array of sensors and diverse connectivity technologies.
What we do in the NHS:
We help our NHS customers reduce costs and overheads associated with managing their critical assets by using our unique application ktrack to provide intelligent tracking with instant visibility, locally, regionally or globally. The application captures every asset movement, ensuring validation and full traceability of all critical assets in any location.
Our unique single platform enables diverse use cases and provides powerful data insights allowing the NHS to track beds, medical records, clinical equipment, patients etc with real-time location and traceability.
Front-line teams are utilising our ktrack solution to quickly find medical equipment and identify available specialist beds and accessories. Powerful visualisation of flow and movement within hospital sites is represented on a digital map, providing instant information of medical asset location. This releases “time-to-care” for nursing staff by removing time spent searching for equipment.
Our solutions are secure, scalable, and delivered On-premise or in the Cloud.
Name: Alan McVey
Position: Business Development Director
Office address: Unit A4 Harbour Court, 5 Heron Road, Belfast, BT3 9HB.