New technologies can help people to more easily manage their care. Healthcare providers are utilizing new technologies to reduce costs and provide more efficient access to medical services, care, and information. Teleconferencing is one such technology that is used to improve care and patient outcomes.
KioWare® for Windows now offers integrated and easy to configure KioCall™ on demand video conferencing. With the click of a few buttons, you can add a call button allowing your kiosk users to call a preset user, requesting customer service and assistance, or offering other interactive video solutions on demand.
Pursuant Health recently integrated Vistar Media's platform to upgrade its media players and ad serving software on its kiosks, enabling advertisers to programmatically place orders on the kiosk screens.
More and more doctor’s offices, clinics and treatment centers are maximizing staff resources and minimizing wait times by using patient check in kiosks to streamline and accommodate the growing demands.
Kiosk industry veteran Steve Latham, who played a key role in the development of the kiosk DVD rental industry, offers his assessment of digital media on kiosks, the impact of IoT technology on kiosks and new use cases for kiosks.
Top read stories in November demonstrated the diverse interests of the KioskMarketplace reader audience. Topics covered a wide scope of retail segments, including supermarkets, ATMs and health care establishments.
According to a U.S. Census Bureau 2002 survey, there are more than 51 million individuals with disabilities in the United States. With such a large number of disabled individuals in the United States, it is important for self-service solutions to be built to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifications.
Target has launched new wellness centers that enable customers to manage their health on their own smartphones or through various self-service devices. It is reformulating health care by making it a consumable retail product.