Digital signage in hospitals helps keep patients and staff updated on hospital services.
Displays educate patients and visitors as to the wide range of services and care the hospital provides.
In Outpatients and clinics, spreadsheet or .txt file data can quickly and easily be updated by reception staff or nurses on their network, automatically updating the digital signage screens. Repeat Signage even includes an in-built spreadsheet.
RSS feeds, using the free RSS creator, educates patients on wider hospital services and care.
Educating patients in specialist clinics such as hospital eye departments, can help alleviate stress of 'what are they going to do', and even offer tips on eye care and recommended eye products.
For children's eye clinics, the playlist of images could be replaced in favour of a children's animated video, to keep them entertained whilst waiting.
Income can be generated by featuring local services such as Opticians, using Repeat Signage's advert templates, which you schedule to play on-screen at specified times.
Hospital accident and emergency departments are extremely busy with patients, staff and visitors. Effective communication is paramount to the smooth running of the department.
In the reception and waiting area of A&E, having timely information, such as waiting times, on digital signage screens, keeps patients updated without having to keep asking the receptionists.
Repeat Signage software allows a .txt file to be inserted into the digital signage presentation, giving waiting times or other changeable information. Staff amend the waiting time in the .txt file on their computer network or over the Internet, which automatically updates the digital signage display screens.
Digital signage is a great way to advocate fundraising. A large US hospital wanted an eye-catching video wall that could display documents of hospital donations with images of its sponsors, donors and equipment purchased.
Utilising Repeat Signage Media Wall software, they created digital signage presentations, scheduling them to display at various times of the day or week.
An effective way to welcome hospital patients, visitors and staff, advocating fund raising, promoting hospital events and ex-patients inspirational stories, creating a sense of community and well-being.