A PREVENTATIVE APPROACH TO HEALTHCARE – Digital Patient Whiteboard Solutions


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  • Continuously updated information
  • Multiple Language Options
  • Patient Information At A Glance
  • Anti-Fall Technology

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MEDI+SIGN digital patient room door display alerts physicians, nurses and other hospital staff of important
information prior to entering each patient’s room.  This staff-facing application is mounted in the hallway outside of each patient’s room and presents information concerning allergies, isolations, dietary restrictions, core measures or other precautions to the healthcare team. To protect the patient’s privacy, the display does not show any patient names and can be customized to use your hospital’s existing alert and isolation icons.

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Continuously Updated Information

MEDI+SIGN patient room display connects to existing electronic health records (EHRs) to communicate continuously updated and accurate information on the status of each patient, without additional time or effort from nurses or the care team. Everything you would find on a traditional whiteboard and more is displayed using MEDI+SIGN. From the care team’s pictures to the patient’s mobility status and plan for the day, everything is in an easy-to-read format for the patient and their family.


Anti-Fall™ Technology

The MEDI+SIGN door display can be paired with Anti-Fall™ technology to alert the care team of potentially unsafe conditions in the patient’s room. Patent-pending algorithms can detect the patient’s fall risk and determine if the bed is in its safest condition. If the patient’s bed alarm is not set, the bed brake isn’t set properly, the bed rail is down or the bed height needs to be adjusted, a visual alert will show on all connected MEDI+SIGN displays. Flashing bed alarm alerts on the door display notify staff of the room alarming, augmenting lights outside the room and nurse call alarms to reduce alarm fatigue in nurses.


80% of Nurses Agree that Whiteboards improve care

Falls are the 3rd most common cause of unintentional injury

65% of Reported sentinel events are contributed to communication errors