Biolog-id, a global service provider of connected healthcare solutions, and Inlog, a software company dedicated to the medical sector, have announced today a strategic interoperability partnership for their solutions.
With a market presence of more than 30 years, Inlog has developed software suites that ensure the quality and the traceability of products throughout the transfusion supply chain. These software suites are used today by nearly 250 French and international clients, including an important part of University Hospitals.
To allow blood centers and hospitals to take advantage of the RFID technology, Inlog and biolog-id are partnering to guarantee the interoperability of the Edge Track (Hemo Server) and Edge Blood (CTS Server) software with the Biolog Data System modules from the Biolog Transfusion Solution.
By combining RFID tags containing essential information of blood products, connected equipment, and a dedicated transactional and decision-making software, Biolog Transfusion Solution secures the entire blood transfusion supply chain, from the donor to the recipient. Beyond reinforcing the safety of transfused patients, the solution optimizes in real-time the local and remote inventory management of these vital therapeutic products and allows them to be attributed nominatively remotely and safely.
“We are very pleased that Inlog, who is today a reference in the field of blood supply chain management, and biolog-id collaborate to propose their users and prospects an option for strengthening traceability and securing the transfusion chain based on our RFID solution”, says Bruno Chappert, CEO at biolog-id. “This interoperability agreement will enable us to offer transfusion professionals a new feature capable of improving their efficiency, optimizing working conditions while adapting to all types of structures, and finally facilitating the rapid implementation of these software solutions”.
“We are convinced that this interoperability agreement between biolog-id and Inlog will provide healthcare and transfusion facilities with better blood product management, enhanced safety and improved traceability”, underlines David Kalfon, President at Inlog. “The numerous combined advantages of biolog-id and Inlog solutions will allow the transfusion chain professionals to rationalize their operations and optimize their costs”.
The Inlog software and Biolog Transfusion Solution will be available under different technical models to allow simple, fast and modular integration by healthcare infrastructures and to meet users’ needs.
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