A Public Health Use Case

October 11, 2007 at 7:01 am | Posted in News, RFID | Leave a comment

DCC spent a large part of September speaking with public health workers about disaster preparedness, and ways that RFID could be used to improve health systems’ capacity and responsiveness. There is a very cool article on CNet’s News about ways RFID can be useful to the UN’s relief efforts. UN Avian Flu Coordinator David Nabarro wants to track disaster supplies and monitor their condition. He also wants to track workers at disaster sites. Mr. Nabarro needs to call Dynamic.


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