Digital signage comes into dentists' operating rooms

Jan. 31, 2013

Digital Clinic, provider of digital signage solutions for dental practitioners and health care markets, has launched its new Operatory Digital Signage. The new solution is an extension of Digital Clinic's digital signage line and is designed to be placed in a dental practice's operatory or consultation rooms.

Operatory signage offers dentists the ability to strategically place marketing messages directly at the point of service. Additionally, when patients engage with entertaining content on screen, their perceived wait time and service length is reduced.

"In addition to the waiting area, operatory and consultation rooms are a prime location in dental practices for making a big impact," said Myles Mjolsnes, director of marketing for Digital Clinic. "We wanted to give dentists the ability to make multiple impressions on their patients at multiple points throughout their office. Operatory Digital Signage reaches patients when they're most receptive to new ideas and recommendations."

Backed by Digital Clinic's exclusive content network, customers can display dental industry news, custom marketing messaging, social media feeds and more on high-definition displays.

Learn more about health care digital signage.

Topics: Distributors / Resellers , Healthcare / Hospitals , Networks

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