Pharmaceutical and Healthcare

Avery Dennison RFID pharmaceutical and healthcare RFID inlay solutions support improved outcomes and lower costs within clinical care environments.

Let’s look at how an RFID system can reap these benefits.

RFID systems can reduce search time, theft, and replacement costs while potentially increasing patient safety and privacy by enabling more accurate tracking of a broad variety of assets including:

  • High-value mobile equipment - wheelchairs, stretchers, crash carts, infusion pumps, etc.
  • Item-level pieces – surgical instruments and dressings, medicines, linens and uniforms
  • Medical records – files, documents, x-rays and other diagnostic images. RFID systems support the rollout of the electronic health records.
  • Patient movement and identification for proper administration of associated treatment plans

RFID systems offer functional benefits resulting in easy integration or improvement in existing processes and reduction or limitation of interruptions to patient care:

  • No line-of-sight or specific tag orientation requirements
  • Chain of custody ( track and trace) capabilities that exceed FDA ePedigree requirements
  • A variety of RFID tag sizes for small medical items
  • Passive RFID tags and infrastructure are a cost-effective alternative to battery-powered active tag systems

Contact us for answers to your RFID in Apparel or the broader Retail Industry questions or request samples via email or call us in the US at 866-903-RFID (7343), Internationally at +1-770-965-0807.

We look forward to bringing our experience, support and solutions to your RFID project!

Avery Dennison RFID inlays for healthcare RFID solutions include:

UHF RFID Inlays

Name Size Chip EPC Memory User Memory TID Memory Applications
AD-110m5
0.91 x 0.20 in [23 x 5 mm] Impinj® Monza® 5 128 bits 96 bits with 48 bit unique serial number
  • Pharmaceutical and Healthcare

HF RFID Inlays

Name Size Chip User Memory Applications
AD-730x
0.55 x 1.22 in [14 x 31 mm] NXP ICODE SLIX 896 bits EEPROM Read/Write
  • Pharmaceutical and Healthcare