A game played on a console or PC with a highly capable graphics card makes you enjoy the full high-definition that a TV with a native display of 1920 x 1080 gives. Recently I was stunned when I went to visit my cousin at the hospital. You would think that I was moved by the quick recovery that my cousin was making. That is just part of the story. The essence of this blog is the stunning, high quality, excellent healthcare digital signage on the walls. I could not stop imagining what they are capable of doing other than displaying directions and text only messages about physicians and nurses’ routines in the hospital.
After a brief visit to the ward, I decided to take a stroll within the hospital to admire the displays and see whether any of them was showing something else other than directions. No sooner had I entered into the waiting area for the minor surgery room that I saw one massive LG LED SuperSign. Upon inquiry later, I was informed that it was the LX540s series. In fact, it comes in various sizes. You can get one at 43”, 49”, 55”, 60” and 65”. I had been staring at the 60” model and for a minute, someone would think my gaze was hooked on the screen forever. Words cannot even explain the stunning pictures that seemed like real life. The signage use of the display was appropriate because everything displayed was very crisp and eye-friendly.
I learned later that MDM Commercial is the company behind the healthcare digital signage solutions that I saw at the hospital. Without them, I would be lost; not knowing where the wards were and were I would find my cousin. It took me a minute to figure out every area of the hospital because the signage contained so much detail in one screen. If something else was being used for the signage, I bet it would require more than two-square-feet to fill all the detail that I was able to capture as one screen glance. As with gaming, being able to have a big picture perspective works wonders on your next move.
Imagine a scenario where you get answers immediately when questions pop up in your head. That was the benefit of having high definition displays as signage. There was no need to ask where was the radiology clinic or pester nurses about ICU visiting hours. I even got information that I was not thinking about in the first place but realized it was important later. For example, as I moved to the reception just outside my cousin’s room at the hospital, I glanced at the signage, this time, it was a 43” model and noticed that there were bathrooms on the floor and an emergency flight of stairs at the end of the hallway. All the details were presented on one screen, and I was impressed by having to capture all the info. I think MDM Commercial has done an excellent job with the healthcare digital signage solutions because not only are the displays awesome to use for patients and other hospital visitors like me, but their position at strategic centers throughout all floors was very thoughtful.
The signage offers answers effortlessly, and they freed hospital staffs to attend to pressing matters in their job duties. When I was making inquiries, I was tempted to get one signage just for my house, although now that I think of it, maybe it would have been a ridiculous thing. However, I also noted that the signage displays comes with USB 2.0 Media Host for Photos and Music, Built-In TV Tuner and an invisible speaker system. They can be used for making an announcement and playing video and audio features from USB or from centralized media servers. Their built-in tuner can be used for broadcasting different TV channels relevant to the target audiences in hospitals and other healthcare institutions. In fact, in my cousin’s room at the hospital, during his relaxation time, nurses tuned the signage display nearest to him to his favorite nature channel and periodically switched back to the bulletin of the hospital that was delivered on an hourly basis.
I think next time I am getting a high definition display for my new gaming rig, I will go by MDM Commercial just to ensure am getting the best of the deal. I know they take their job of providing cost-effective, simple to use high-definition television and healthcare digital signage products for hospitals and other medical facilities, very seriously, and they are experts in that field.