ODIN has released EasySpecimen – a health care, RFID-based solution recently designed to automate tracking and data entry for medical center pathology labs.
Mayo Clinic, a nonprofit provider in medical care, research and education, has selected ODIN as its RFID software collaborator to replace and upgrade its legacy RFID system and commercialize the patented technology. Mayo is implementing the EasySpecimen RFID solution across its 42 GI/Colorectal Endoscopy suites and Anatomic Pathology Laboratory at its Rochester, MN facilities.
The solution uses ODIN’s patented RFID operating system software and combines it with passive RFID hardware and RFID tags to provide medical centers an integrative, RFID tracking solution for pathology specimen management.
More specifically, EasySpecimen comes with specimen tracking RFID software based on ODIN’s EasyEdge, pad readers lab desks, and passive RFID specimen tags based on ISO standards. It tracks anatomical pathology samples through the full lifecycle of testing, through the lab to the doctor’s file.