On demand patient education, meal ordering, service requests and surveys get patients actively involved in their care. Access to visiting hours, cafeteria options, local restaurants and transportation leads to a more relaxing patient experience.
With eVideon, new moms can watch on demand videos while caring for their baby. A mom can simply pause her educational video and pick it up again where she left off or review the material as needed. Video education is an important step in helping prepare new mothers for discharge and caring for their baby and themselves at home. When integrated with your hospital’s EHR, eVideon automatically writes education progress notes for clinical staff.
A new mom can easily make non-medical requests like order a meal or give feedback on experience – quietness, room temperature and pain through interactive surveys and have her concerns addressed in real time. Plus, eVideon’s on demand videos and games are perfect for keeping siblings who are visiting occupied.
Non-medical service requests like “I need a blanket” are routed directly to the appropriate staff members, so patient needs can be addressed quickly.
Patients access HD relaxation videos and guided imagery on demand. The sleep aid feature puts the television into a noise-reducing mode with calming sounds and a black or “night-light” screen.
Children and their parents experience interactive, colorful graphics and can access a pediatric health library. Movies, games and TV shows keep kid's minds busy, while their bodies rest. Why do parents love eVideon? It distracts children from discomfort and provides escape. When a child is engrossed in 102 Dalmatians while the nurse changes an IV, it’s a win-win. When young patients have siblings visit, movies and video games entertain them, too!
Television channel line-ups are customizable, allowing limited channels in waiting rooms or eliminating certain options from a pediatric line-up. The movie offering can be also customized by demographics, such as only allowing pediatric patients to see G and PG rated movies.
Nursing staff can easily override the default movie offering and add or delete movies for the young patient and their family.
Seniors view larger fonts, bigger buttons large print or high-contrast theme. The menu can feature tailored resources to the needs of the senior community like local rehabilitation and transportation, information on specific services like Medicare.
Information on services specific to their needs with access to Medicare, patient education and entertainment. Local rehabilitation and senior living resources, Advanced Directive videos and information, hospital and community information.
Patient education is available in more than 20 languages on top conditions like heart failure, heart attack, diabetes and pneumonia.
eVideon is designed to be accessible to all patients.
Low visibility option is designed in high-contrast black and white and features audio books, radio, local accessibility channels and relaxation content.
Compatible with adaptive devices like sip-and-puff, eye sensors and other closed-contact devices.
Features closed captioning, so hearing impaired patients can enjoy television and movies
HELLO brings family, friends, and even clinical expertise to the patient bedside via video.
HDTV offers your patients and families distraction, entertainment, and relaxation options.
Movies on demand allows patients and families to see first-run movies at their convenience.
Patient-specific education videos help patients better understand their condition, treatment & medication.
Relaxation videos combine the beauty of nature with musical compositions, providing patients with a sense of calm.
Patients and families can order meals, snacks and guest trays from the patient’s bedside.
Service requests are routed directly to appropriate staff members to bypass unnecessary staff involvement.
Gauge patient satisfaction and readiness for discharge with service recovery using interactive patient surveys.
After a patient survey, eVideon sends a message to a staff member, so they can quickly address issues.
Visitors and patients can view information like maps, cafeteria hours, menus and chapel information.
Your hospital can select the languages it would like to present on its patient interfaces.
Hearing impaired patients can enjoy the television and movie experience with closed captioning.
Seniors can see larger fonts/buttons while kids can view fun graphics and a pediatric health library.
Soothing sounds like static, fan, waves or a forest drown out hospital noises, so patients can rest.
Music is healing -- patients and families can enjoy listening to their favorite music and radio apps.
Patients can easily stay connected and in touch with the outside world through Internet access.
The plug and play device for interactive gaming systems allows patients to play games on their TV.
Reduce readmissions and medication mishaps by allowing patients to fill prescriptions before discharge.
eVideon allows a patient to easily talk with doctors, family and friends through their TV.
Easily broadcast hospital events like chapel services or special events to patients right in their rooms.
Your patients can fully access their television through a pillow speaker at their bedside.
To keep patients comfortable, eVideon can integrate with environmental controls for lights and shades.
Post-video assessments confirm a patient’s understanding of the materials and reinforce main points of their care.