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Digital Signage Klip: Medical Centres

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Posted: June 25, 2012 at 11:50 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

The experience and environment of a medical centre can sometimes be depressing and frustrating. Especially when you have a group of sick people all coughing and sneezing on each other and you have to patiently wait for 20 other people before you can seek medical attention. It has happened to you right?

One way to help improve the patient’s waiting experience is to have Digital Signage to entertain and inform. Yes, that’s right, by having digital signage in your medical centre you can potentially entertain your clients by showing live TV, advertisement, live polls and quizzes. With the right technology partner you may be even be able to:

  • use live polls and interact with your patients by using SMS
  • integrate your existing Queuing system and display this on the screens
Here’s a picture of a medical centre screen that one of our readers send us. Thanks Anna, for sending us these images.
digital signage medical centre

 

In this particular screen, we can see that there is a section for information (Quizzes), TV news on the top right, advertisements at the bottom (showing social media profiles)
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