Entertainment and AV Services for Better Patient Experience Valued by Dialysis Clinic Patients

March 4, 2019

TeleHealth Services recently completed its 3,000th installation of audiovisual and entertainment systems serving dialysis centers and their patients. 
Dialysis centers in each state across the nation, including four of the top five clinical treatment providers, rely on TeleHealth Services to help them offer engaging patient entertainment and video education in a more home-like environment during treatments that typically last four hours per visit. From chairs to high definition televisions, TV programming and on-demand content, creating a comfortable experience is a priority for clinics and their patients. 
TeleHealth Services, the nation’s leading provider of comprehensive patient experience solutions, supplies televisions, AV systems and entertainment programming to hospitals and clinics throughout the United States. TeleHealth Services also offers advanced patient engagement and education solutions using patient room televisions and tablets for both patients and staff. 


“For patients in clinics and hospitals, the television offers a distraction during a challenging time. Quality television programming presents clinics and hospitals with a unique opportunity to engage and entertain patients,” said Dan Nathan, executive vice president of operations for TeleHealth Services. “We work with our dialysis center customers to provide patient entertainment and AV services that improve convenience and satisfaction for patients receiving dialysis treatment, including the latest television equipment and familiar TV programming options.”
With more than 60 years of point-of-care expertise across the U.S., TeleHealth Services delivers comprehensive solutions to improve the patient, visitor and staff experience with a deep understanding of the changing healthcare environment. TeleHealth Services helps clinics design, engineer and install television and other audiovisual solutions, including digital distribution networks, HD signal headends, a wide range of displays, digital signage and collaboration-enabling systems. 
The “infotainment” services often include customized information pages about hospitals and clinics, on-demand entertainment, music, relaxation content, and integrated video-based patient education.   
“Patients appreciate entertainment options and amenities that offer the comforts they have at home,” said Nathan. “We are committed to providing innovative, turnkey technology solutions that help our hospital and clinic partners provide an exceptional patient experience.”
 For more information about TeleHealth Services, please visit www.telehealth.com.

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