Press Release: January 5, 2012

Groundbreaking Intelligent Hospital Names Booth as Vice President


OKLAHOMA CITY (Jan. 5, 2012) – Dr. Keley John Booth, chief medical consultant of Surgery Logistics, recently joined forces with the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Healthcare Consortium as the Vice President of Perioperative Clinical Care for development of a groundbreaking 10,800 square foot Intelligent Hospital Pavilion.

The Intelligent Hospital Pavilion will bring together major healthcare vendors and industry thought leaders to showcase their contributions to the integrated wireless hospital environment of the future. Dr. Booth will serve on the advisory committee, contributing valuable clinical insights for visitors of the destination pavilion.

Featuring a variety of technologies that are seamlessly integrated to provide clinicians with “real-time” patient information on their smart phones or tablets, the Pavilion will be showcased at theHealthcare Information and Managerial Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference Feb. 20-24 in Las Vegas.

The Intelligent Hospital Pavilion will provide real-world cases that simulate the impact of advanced technologies on common scenarios from a variety of health care delivery settings.  Live demonstrations will highlight how wireless technologies can improve the delivery of safe, high quality and efficient care.

“The integration of better logistics and communications in the operating room, surgical admissions and post anesthesia unit has the potential to transform the future of health care,” Dr. Booth explained. “These advances will enhance patient care and satisfaction, empower employee efficiency, and improve the bottom line in operating rooms in the United States and around the world.

“I am excited to be involved in the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion because it will provide participants with the chance to experience the transformation of health care first hand,” he said. “The key will be getting hospital administrators and other health care professionals to understand and embrace what is possible with technology integration in our health care delivery system today.”


Surgery Logistics’ mission is to transform the future of health care by enhancing patient care and satisfaction, empowering employee efficiency, and improving the bottom line in operating rooms around the world. It is a touch screen, web-based case management system and philosophy developed by Oklahoma City-based Perioperative Logistics, LLC.

HIMSS is a cause-based, not-for-profit organization exclusively focused on providing global leadership for the optimal use of information technology (IT) and management systems for the betterment of healthcare.

The RFID in Healthcare Consortium (RHCC) is a not-for-profit, subsidiary organization of The International RFID Business Association (RFIDba) and operates under its auspices, guidelines, governance, and by-laws. The RHCC is a primary source for vendor neutral, educational programs; industry information; and other value added services pertinent to RFID and RTLS technologies in healthcare and the life sciences.