Healthcare technology supplier Mobile Aspects recently announced that New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City has expanded its use of the company’s iRIsupply solution. The solution uses radio frequency identification, or RFID, technology to manage medical devices and supplies.

The hospital had been using the solution in a ventral area to track high-cost items such as heart valves, but now will deploy additional units in its ambulatory surgical center to track implantable medical devices. According to Mobile Aspects, the initial deployment allowed the hospital to reduce its inventory costs by $230,000.