About Us

Making Hospitals More Safe Data-Driven Efficient Analytical Profitable

Mobile Aspects is a global healthcare software company that helps hospitals become safer and more efficient.  Our solutions provide hospitals with RFID-enabled software that help them to continuously improve their operations. Now that healthcare has evolved from a volume-based system to a value-based system, our approach to helping hospitals achieve the best in patient safety, regulatory compliance and cost-savings is one of the most timely and beneficial solutions you can provide for your organization. Many of the hospitals routinely ranked among the best in the nation (including 7 of the hospitals in the latest Honor Roll from U.S. News and World Report) must agree since they use our systems.

Our solutions leverage RFID technology to reduce the manual documentation burden placed on most hospital clinicians today. All transactions are processed by our software, which in turn provides actionable data analytics that can be analyzed by executives and clinicians alike to improve operations. By helping you to transition from an inefficient manual documentation system to one that is transparent, fast and accurate, we help you achieve greater savings in time, costs, and resources while also enabling better care for your patients.

Mobile Aspects – A Brief History

The founders of Mobile Aspects (including the CEO, CTO and other employees still with the company) saw a hole in healthcare solutions. Based on observing procedures in the ORs, they realized solutions available for helping hospitals become safer and more efficient often required many manual steps by end users. The team hypothesized that if technology could be implemented that eliminated manual steps, data analyses could be developed to study hospital operations and make it much more cost effective and safer. As the team studied hospital processes, they found that RFID technology, implemented to reduce the documentation burden on end users, could be a key technology to drive data aggregation and increase compliance.

The first product the company developed was iRISupply – the world’s first system to utilize RFID technology to automatically capture information about usage of expensive hospital implants and supplies. The systems took off in hospital operating room and interventional suites where the most expensive supplies are used. Soon, hospitals were asking for the data to be integrated with their electronic medical record (EMR) systems. The resulting  accuracy in data capture helped hospitals see an increase in revenue as high as 18%, while cutting supply costs by more than 25%.

Hospitals then began asking for other solutions utilizing RFID. As the Joint Commission began focusing on the use of reusable endoscopes, and the safety hazards present, hospitals asked for a documentation and storage solution utilizing RFID. Mobile Aspects delivered a patented RFID solution for automatically documenting the use of flexible endoscopes. One hospital called it “the best practice in scope management” with over 250 scopes managed throughout various departments in the hospital.

The results have been dramatic. Whether helping hospitals analyze and save millions of dollars in device spend, or eliminate paper forms in meeting compliance and safety mandates, Mobile Aspects has driven efficiency and savings in hospitals. The data analyses, driven by RFID solutions, have helped hospitals identify where they can eliminate waste and improve patient safety at the same time.

The Mobile Aspects Customer Promise

In the pursuit of our goal to help customers become safer and more efficient, we support all of our products with a best in class customer success program and robust data analytics.

Our customer success team is attentive to customer needs and is outcomes-driven. Our customer success professionals live every day to help our customers realize their goals with our systems.

We also provide actionable insights to our customers through the delivery of real-time reporting, alerts and data analytics. We not only provide the data that hospitals need to improve their operations, but also recommend real changes that will help them drive improvements in cost and safety.