Telehealth and Patient Communication
Mobile tablet workstation with adjustable height, full tilt viewing-angle, and lockable wheels.
Magnetic universal tablet stand that can be mounted and hand-held with cable locks security.
Adjustable ergonomic bed-side arm with a wide range of motions. Secured to a desk or wall mount.
Brandable Security Floor Stand for tablets and monitors with optional tray for sanitizer.
Kiosk capsule with storage area and cable-management. Suited for counter display or wall mount.
“Grab and go” universal display stand for hand-held tablets with a secured dock station.
Personal Protective Equipment
Robust see-through protective sneeze guard with adjustable size, height, and length.
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iPads were brought into their doctor offices as patient portals, so they needed secure display stands that were sturdy yet inviting. They specifically wanted a floor kiosk that could take a lot of abuse, because patients were going to be using them to take care of their registration, payments, and appointment scheduling. These iPad Kiosk solutions are an innovative way to speed up the visiting process for patients and employees.
Kaiser started a new patient photo program, which means that every patient file will include their picture. For this to work, Kaiser needed an easy way to photograph the patient using the iPad. They wanted a durable arm that was extra-long, and would securely hold an enclosure to display the iPad. It was extremely important that the arm be flexible and adjustable so that the employees could use the iPad at different height levels (patients who are standing or wheelchair bound).
Voyce needed a large quantity of mobile tablets stands for an established hospital in New York. In the medical environment, quick access to interpretation devices can help save lives. They approached us, requesting a solution that will improve the mobility of communication tablets, to provide easy access between rooms, and reach close to the patient’s bed, for better interaction. The solution had to be mobile, sturdy, and secured, preventing theft or misplacement.