New screens bring engaging display capabilities.

Engaging or soothing. It’s our choice. Patients and visitors in the HMH Dunn 3 OR waiting room already are benefiting from the new technology.

Nine flat screens function together, displaying a composite panoramic photo of a peaceful scene – in this case, the Australian countryside and seashore.

From static to dynamic.

Soon, instead of static images that display in rotation – a few seconds for each image – you’ll be able to see multiple split screens and other elements that make the displays more visually interesting.

The HMH Market Place cafeteria is one of the first to use this new capability.

“This digital signage will bring an entirely new dimension for attention-capturing messaging throughout the organization,” said IT Director of Patient Access & Web Strategy, Brad Shaink.

Ramping up.

As per practice today, Corporate Marketing and Communications provide oversight, ensuring all flat screen messaging meets HM standards.