Put Floor Stand or Wall Mounted Charging Stations and Charging Lockers in cafeterias and food courts.
4.8 - 6.3 days
Mobile devices are changing the way healthcare organizations provide care and they are changing the patient experience, too. With waiting room and hospital stays lengthening, keeping your patients powered up is more than a polite convenience. It’s an expectation. The majority of hospital stays and visits are often unplanned, so patients and visitors forget to bring their charging cables with them.
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The average length of a hospital stay, depending on facility size.
The different ways mobile devices play a part in a patient's healthcare journey
Install Floor Stand or Wall Mounted Charging Stations and Charging Lockers in clinician lounges and other staff areas to keep staff connected.
Plus, they use their phones to entertain themselves and reduce anxiety while sitting in waiting rooms!
Add KwikBoost Mini Charging Hubs to patient rooms so they can charge their devices in the comfort of their room.
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Place Charging Stations and Charging Lockers in waiting rooms where people tend to spend long days or have longer wait times.
Healthcare providers and hospitals are investing in ways to reach and connect with patients digitally. Smartphones and tablets provide patients a convenient, secure method for engaging with their healthcare providers. Mobile apps and online portals grant them secure access to their personal healthcare data, as well as help them pass the time in waiting rooms.
Place KwikBoost Charging Lockers in waiting rooms where people tend to spend long days or have longer wait times.
72% of physicians use smartphones to access drug information.
44% of physicians regularly use smartphones to communicate to their staff.
Mobile Devices Make Healthcare Providers More Efficient
During a hospital stay, patients and their loved ones need to be able to communicate in a timely, reliable fashion. They don’t need to stress about their phone’s charge.
2 out of 3 patients
Mobile devices - smartphones, tablets, laptops, and more - are an integral part of both our personal and professional lives. We check them from the time we get up out of bed in the morning until the time we turn out the lights.
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90% of healthcare employees utilize mobile devices to engage patients and keep patients informed about their healthcare.
Average time spent in the ER before being admitted as an inpatient.
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Without a dedicated charging station, phone and tablet users might plug in to power outlets meant for critical care equipment — potentially endangering patients’ lives.
63% of physicians perform medical research on tablets.
times each day.
KwikBoost provides customizable charging solutions for everything from individual doctor's offices, to hospitals, to entire healthcare organizations. Charging stations make it convenient for staff and patients to stay powered up. And, it’s a simple way to differentiate your organization from competitors.
Taking care of your staff and patients requires more than a single charging station in your waiting area or cafeteria. KwikBoost helps you develop a strategy for the optimal number and placement of charging stations and lockers throughout your organization, wherever people congregate or wherever power is a necessity.
Smartphones, tablets, and mobile apps have quickly become a means for doctors’ offices and hospitals to standardize care protocols, improve the flow of information, and ease the implementation of electronic health records (EHRs).
By 2022, up to 98% of physicians and nurses will use mobile devices as an integral part of their jobs.
Increased usage of tablets and smartphones for providing healthcare means that these devices will require frequent recharging. Whether an individual doctor's office, a single hospital, or an entire healthcare organization, charging stations are ideal for keeping your staff’s mobile devices powered up and ready for action.
Patient portals and apps provide scheduling, medical history, prescriptions, lab results, and more—plus a way to easily contact their care provider.
Two-thirds of patients bring at least one mobile device to the hospital with them. 94% of them used their device during their stay.
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Mobile Devices Help Providers
Engage Patients in Their Own Care
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