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Digital signage drastically reduces the costs associated with printing static signs by giving you the power to transform your communication into eye-catching dynamic digital messaging.
Digital signage will differentiate your medical facility and is an attractive method to direct visitors to their desitnation while promoting health messages, upcoming events, classes, cafeteria menus and hospital specialties.
Digital signage is used for a wide variety of purposes including customer facing and employee facing applications such as advertising, enhancing customer and employee experiences, influencing audience behaviour, brandbuilding, interactive kiosks, upselling products and services, etc..
Digital Signage Is Cost Effective
Eliminating the need to print and distribute static signs each time your message or campaign changes saves on costly printing and distribution fees. Operations can be done in house or outsourced. No more hours lost reprinting outdated or erroneous materials.
Digital Signage Is Centralized
Control all screens from one central location, insuring quality and consistency, while requiring minimal resources to operate your digital signage network.
Digital Signage Is Attention Grabbing
Getting the attention of your audience is the most important part of any display. Research shows that digital signage is more likely to be notied by your target viewers and increases the probability of them acting on your message.
Digital Signage Is Versatile
Our digital signage software enables the user to start small with one or two screens and scale up to multiple screens covering an entire facility or an entire network of facilities. There are many ways to utilize digital signage to communicate with patients and families quickly and efficiently. Display screens, interactive kiosks, photo galleries, digital maps, and wayfinding are some of the most widely used applications for digital signage.
How do you build a communication conduit that provides staff with the information they need on a timely basis and empowers them to take action that raises your organizations standards?
Aligning The Staff
Effective leaders know that if you want to improve operational and behavioral efficiency, you need to clearly and consistently articulate the goals of the organization and – more importantly – share details of progress towards those goals with your staff.
Most healthcare organizations are good at the first part, but traditionally have struggled with the second. Information silos and a lack of detailed progress on a day-to-day basis make it difficult for staff to know whether their behavior with critical initiatives such as increasing efficiency, improving the quality of patient care, and removing the bureaucracy that increases the cost of operations.
Looking Forward, Not Back
To start, you need to define organizational values and tie those to performance indicators that relate to delivering services. In doing so, ideally you will leverage leading indicators, such as current Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that everyone can see and react to rather than relying on training indicators, such as static reports of past activities and performance.
To be effective, the information must be relevant to the decisions the staff is expected to make each day. By giving greater visibility to information about immediate conditions and other KPIs, hospital staff has a much more compelling reason to change their behavior and focus on improving results.