Connectivity, inventory control, monitoring patients’ use of medicine are among the many examples of how RFID and NFC are improving our healthcare.
Providing the best possible healthcare is always critical, and in the time of COVID-19, has become even more essential. Healthcare providers are doing all they can to deliver the best possible care. RFID and NFC are two technologies that are making healthcare even better. Connectivity, inventory control, monitoring patients’ use of medicine are among the many examples of how RFID and NFC are improving our healthcare. Manfred Mueller, Identiv’s COO and GM, Identity, reported that the use of RFID in healthcare has grown tremendously in recent years as the industry has realized how its use makes healthcare simpler and safer for all. “RFID connects everyday items in the IoT, a major plus as the world becomes increasingly digital,” Mueller said. “In fact, the global RFID in Healthcare market size is expected to reach around US$ 12 billion by 2027.” Amir Khoshniyati, head of NFC business for Avery Dennison Smartrac, noted that the global RFID market ha