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Smart Technology, Healthy Outcomes


TeleHealth Services

How Digital Displays Elevate the Patient Experience and Streamline Critical Communications. 

Positive Distraction During the Inpatient Experience
Patients Highly Value Television

TeleHealth Services

Peer-reviewed research reveals that the TV is more important to the hospital room experience than healthcare and hospital design practices have previously acknowledged. These findings present an opportunity to leverage the television for the positive distraction that patients rank so highly. 

Reducing Hospitalization-Related Stress:
Improving Patient Satisfaction and Outcomes

Amy Mora, MBA MHA,RHEd
Client Outcomes Manager

Claire Thevenot, MBA, BSN, RN, OCN, CPXP
Clinical Outcomes Manager

Being hospitalized can be a major life event, exposing a patient to unexpected emotions and sensations that trigger a stress response. Non-pharmacologic options can be easily applied in most inpatient rooms to help patients manage the stress they may experience during hospitalization.

The Key to Future-Proofing the Patient Experience:
IPTV and Infotainment

TeleHealth Services

Healthcare executives recognize the wide disparity between the consumer infotainment experience and what their patients experience during their hospital stay. Smart healthcare leaders are now investing to improve the patient infotainment experience and future-proof their patient infotainment technology. The simplest approach starts with an IPTV infrastructure that facilitates complex applications and keeps your facility responsive to patient needs and competitive for years to come.

Impacting Successful Outcomes:
Optimizing Patient Interactive Education and Engagement

Susan Sonnier, MS, RN
Manager, Clinical Solutions

Twenty-first century health care dictates that technology-driven solutions assist caregivers to optimize patient engagement and education to impact outcomes and cost savings for healthcare facilities.  Savvy patients and caregivers are looking for solutions for expectant education on a diversity of health care needs while hospitalized or seeking care in medical facilities. Interactive patient engagement solutions and systems meet the patient need and facility need by optimizing information and education at the patient point of care.  These solutions can promote communications, patient engagement, improve outcomes, and meet regulatory requirements with innovative and individualized design and implementation of these systems in healthcare facilities.