PatientTrak Releases Spanish Language Kiosk for Patient Sign-In

PatientTrak.net is pleased to announce a new Spanish language option on our patient sign-in kiosk. This new feature enables Spanish-speaking patients to easily sign-in at their healthcare facility.

The HIPAA compliant kiosk is web-based and requires only Internet and power connections. Patients enter their name and other information using the touch screen and all of their responses flow directly into PatientTrak.

The kiosk also identifies the patient appointment and adds the patient to the arrival queue. Staff can view patient status including arrival right from their office computers or large flat screen monitors.

The kiosk is compatible with virtually any Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system via an industry standard HL7 software interface.

“Many of our current and prospective customers have stated the need for a Spanish language kiosk and we are happy to provide them with this critical function,” says James W. Hermann, President of Lumin Medical, makers of PatientTrak. “It is very important that patient information is clearly communicated and captured during the patient access process and the Spanish language option certainly supports that,” says Hermann.

Resource By : https://www.patienttrak.net/patienttrak-releases-spanish-language-kiosk-for-patient-sign-in

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About PatientTrak

Founded in 2006, PatientTrak is the leading provider of visibility solutions that drive patient satisfaction. PatientTrak’s cloud-based visibility solutions including Visit Flow, Online Reputation and Patient Engagement are used by healthcare organizations to reduce wait times, build their brand, and improve patient satisfaction.
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