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Published October 29, 2013, 12:00 AM

Patrick Gulbranson, of Family HealthCare in Fargo


Patrick Gulbranson, chief operating officer at Family HealthCare in Fargo, said the smart tags that use Intelligent InSites software help to track medical equipment and patients. Results of patient movements will be used to improve efficiency of patient flows and reduce wait times in the clinic. He is show with a lapel tag that clinic employees wear as well as a monitor on a lanyard for patients. The device in the foreground transmits radio waves to enable smart tag tracking. Patrick Springer / The Forum


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