Case Studies

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Wake Forest Baptist

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Learn how CenTrak’s Enterprise Location Services enabled Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to create the “ultimate patient experience” while delivering over $10 million in benefit.

Texas Health Resources

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Texas Health Resources leveraged RTLS to connect caregivers to equipment, patients and one another. Learn how THR enhanced their patients’ experience and safety with CenTrak.

Samaritan Village

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After implementation of the CenTrak resident security system, Samaritan Village was able to provide their community members with a feeling of safety while preserving their independence.

Oregon Medical Group

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Learn how CenTrak’s Clinical Workflow solution helped Oregon Medical Group’s Outpatient facility transform the patient experience by reducing patient wait times by 75% and increasing time spent with medical staff by 50%.

Mission Hospital

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Learn how Mission Hospital, a major Southern California acute-care facility, realizes significant savings and new efficiencies with Asset Management and other Enterprise Location Services from CenTrak.

Sanctuary Care at Rye

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Learn how CenTrak improved operational workflow as well as the safety of residents at Sanctuary Care, a long-term care community that focuses on residents with cognitive impairment and memory loss.

Piedmont Healthcare

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Learn how the decision to standardize on CenTrak’s Asset Management solution helped Piedmont Healthcare save over half a million dollars annually through a reduction in rental expenses, maintenance costs, and the ability to share equipment.

Denver Health Medical Center

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Learn how CenTrak’s Electronic Hand Hygiene Monitoring Solution helped Denver Health Medical Center improve their hand hygiene adherence rates by over 75%. Barriers to improvement (i.e. collecting unbiased observations) were virtually eliminated.