Bay Area pediatric dental practice deploys looping DVD digital signage for patient education

 
March 14, 2014

The Bay Area Pediatric Dental Wellness Group, a multispecialty pediatric dental and orthodontic practice in Foster City, Calif., has deployed the HD2600 digital media player from Videotel Inc. to provide a reliable solution for looping content to enhance the dental education of its patients, according to an announcement from Videotel.

The practice strives to create an unparalleled experience that engages children and their parents in dental health and well-being, the announcement said.

The HD2600 is a commercial-grade looping DVD player designed for rugged use that displays video content on any screen. It is designed to turn on, play automatically, repeat and auto loop without any manual interaction. Engineered to handle the rugged demands of looping video content, the HD2600 helps dental practices improve communication, educate, interact and increase awareness with patients, the company said.

"Videotel's industrial DVD players are the most reliable DVD players I have owned," Jonathan Everett Lee, DDS, board-certified pediatric dentist and managing partner of Bay Area Pediatric Dental, said in the announcement. "As a pediatric dental and orthodontic healthcare professional, the auto play design has been great for the patient education videos. All you have to do is place the DVD in the player and the program starts. There is no more fumbling through previews and menus."

The HD2600 DVD player allows for continuous play 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, and it is "the only true industrial-grade, high-definition, UL-approved industrial DVD player on the market today," the company said.


Topics: Content Management , Customer Experience , Hardware , Healthcare / Hospitals


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