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World’s First Adjustable Patient Check-In Kiosk Unveiled at HIMSS Show

MEQUON, Wis. Feb. 22, 2011 Connected Technology Solutions (CTS) Orlando, Florida

The new Patient Passport Express™ kiosk features an interactive touch screen module that moves with a 40" vertical range of screen adjustability, providing unprecedented access, convenience, and usability at a level never seen before in the industry.

Similar to airline check-ins, hospitals and medical facilities are installing automated self-service kiosks to help facilitate the check-in process and increase patient satisfaction.  The easy-to-use kiosks save patients time, while increasing efficiencies and reducing overhead expenses for the facilities.

Already over 5 million patients have used CTS Patient Passport Express kiosks to:

  • Check-in for appointments
  • Update medical histories
  • Verify insurance information
  • Make credit card co-payments and bill payments
  • Sign documents using an electronic signature pad
  • Print HIPAA forms and other documents

ADA-compliant, the adjustable Patient Passport Express™ sets a new standard for kiosk functionality. The easy-to-move touch screen is as accessible to a person in a wheelchair as it is to a 6-foot tall person standing, and can be used by vision-impaired, hearing-impaired, or blind individuals, as well as those with limited dexterity. The anti-glare screen allows for use near large windows and skylights.

The new model is also a giant step forward aesthetically for healthcare kiosk design. Incorporating a sophisticated mix of materials and surfaces, the kiosks can be integrated into a facility’s existing decor and branding with nearly infinite choices of customized textures and colors.  The software and digital interface are also customized for each facility.

Sandy Nix

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