Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Maryland Implements FileTrail RFID to Track Bodies and Case Files

FileTrail's industry leading RFID solution increases efficiency in locating case files and automates the check-in and check-out of cadavers to more reliably identify possible organs for transplants.

San Jose, CA -- November 30, 2011 - FileTrail Inc. the leading provider of physical records management and RFID solutions has implemented their leading RFID tracking solution at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Maryland. The powerful RFID technology is being used to track cadavers and case files, increasing efficiency and streamlining overall processes.

"FileTrail stood out among competitors because of the capabilities of their RFID tags. The tags allowed me to leverage RFID at a lower cost for each commissioning location. The RFID sensors set up throughout the entire facility have allowed us to automate file tracking" said Mike Eagle, Director of Information Technology at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Maryland.

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