Patient Kiosk Check-In

Patient Check-In Kiosk

The patient check-in kiosk increases efficiency and patient satisfaction in emergency departments, waiting rooms and ambulatory settings by expediting the patient identification process, capturing patient insurance information and overall improving the patient experience. Patients can easily check-in and out, perform payment transactions, confirm insurance information, electronically sign documents and get help with wayfinding through medical facilities.  In senior housing the check-in kiosk is used for educating patients on drug regimens as well as monitoring basic health conditions. Telemedicine kiosks are available.

Patient Check-In Kiosk News

Example of ADA Accessible Patient Check-In Kiosk

New product! ADA height-adjustable base for our Austin series kiosks. This moves 12” at the push of a button and includes an optional printer. Aimed at Healthcare for full ADA height compliance of ALL of the hardware in the kiosk. This base can be used in another setting like ticketing or QSR. We’ve also upgraded the Austin with an automated UV-C sanitizing light system. This is a true industrial grade bulb not LED’s that others are using.

 

Healthcare Kiosk for Patient Check-in

From check-in to payments to improving the patient experience, the healthcare kiosk helps facilities of all sizes take their care to the next level.

Kiosk ADA and Kiosk Accessibility

ADA Kiosk Certified

ADA Approved

Complete options for additional devices for supporting biometric, voice recognition and command, tactile interfaces, screen interface, the blind, gesture and other technologies. Complete privacy options for HIPAA compliance as well as certified PCI EMV processor support. Supported operating systems include Windows and Android.

o PCI EMV Credit Card Reader Update – includes a preview of Ingenico v6 devices from Ingenico.

ADA Checklist 14 Point

o PCI Compliance Kiosks – CAT or Cardholder Activated Terminals FAQ

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