Hospitals use digital signage to improve patient experience

Solutions include wall screens, kiosks and smartphones

October 11, 2016

Digital wayfinding solutions at healthcare facilities include wall screens, kiosks and even smartphones, according to an article on the Health Facilities Management website.

Digital signage also can provide information about their health, update them on events within the facility and provide entertainment, the article said.

The ability to easily switch out information on digital boards allows facilities to keep messages current. 

Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel displays nature photos on screens to create a calming atmosphere in its hospital chapel.

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