Park Nicollet Clinic adds digital signage for wayfinding, social media access

By Healthcare Facilities Today
October 11, 2013

Park Nicollet Clinic in Champlin, Minn., has partnered with X2O Media to implement a digital signage network designed to facilitate interaction with patients and staff throughout the healthcare facility, according to an article on the AVNetwork website. 

The network includes on-demand video content provides interactive wayfinding, and highlights social media updates in real time.

The clinic's interactive digital signage network consists of digital screens and interactive touchscreen displays that provide guests with staff directory information in the lobby; on-demand health videos and e-documentation for patients; links to entertaining videos for children; and onscreen QR codes for visitors to download maps directly onto their mobile devices, according to the article. 

The screens also feature content from Facebook, Reuters, and local news, as well as real-time weather conditions and forecasts.

"With our new digital signage network, patients can now access interactive materials directly from their rooms just as visitors are able to retrieve information on clinic staff, find their way throughout our facility, and much more," said Sue Coller, office supervisor for Park Nicollet Clinic - Champlin. The X2O platform also allows users to access Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook. 

"We've designed the X2O platform to be the simplest, most versatile content management system available," said X2O Media president and CEO David Wilkins. 

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