Productivity gains in reception, plus a positive patient
Sited in a day clinic, and running patient check in software, a
kiosk delivers productivity gains for the clinic team as staff no
longer need to check patients in, add them to system and equipment
lists, or locate them and escort them to their appointment.
The patient's experience is improved through reduced queuing,
acknowledgement of arrival, provision of estimated waiting time,
printed directions and the provision of privacy, particularly
relevant to sexual health clinics.
Productivity gains in patient liaison, plus a prompt, effective
Sited near a trusts PALS desk, and running complaint handling
software, a kiosk delivers productivity gains for the liaison team
as staff no longer have to fill out forms on the complainants
The complainant receives a prompt and effective response.
Avoiding the need for transcription improves data accuracy and
makes it available immediately; particularly relevant if the
feedback concerns an area such as cleaning that could help in the
prevention of infection.
Productivity gains in care management, plus timely, informed
Sited in a care home and running care management software a
kiosk delivers productivity gains for the care team as reporting on
daily care tasks can be undertaken as they are carried out, rather
than at the shift end, improving speed and accuracy of
The client benefits from accuracy of reporting and prompt,
effective updates to their care plan.