Put powerful information at people’s fingertips
For nearly a decade, innovators have used our software to power healthcare tablet offerings. Equiva tablets enable tens of thousands of digital interactions daily across a full array of use cases.
Tablet devices can help streamline the delivery of health and wellness resources, improve access to important (and often complex) care information, and enhance patient experience.
Our healthcare tablet solutions are powered by the Equiva HRM platform, designed uniquely to facilitate hyper-targeted digital health engagement.
Where are Equiva healthcare tablets used?
In nearly 1,000 installations across the US
At the bedside
hospitals, skilled care facilities, assisted living environments
Within outpatient and ambulatory environments
waiting areas, exam rooms
telehealth and remote monitoring
Align tablets to meet many needs
You’ll collaborate with Equiva experts to scope use cases and optimally align our software and hardware offerings. Most customers move from planning to go-live deployment in four weeks or less – without taxing nursing or IT staff.
Customize welcome and stay information – with quick updating via the cloud
Deliver population- and condition-specific videos, PDFs, and 3D anatomical images
TV, games and news plus relaxation and spirituality offerings
Deploy digital registration forms, surveys and staff recognition tools
Integrate with EHR, telemedicine, language services, meal ordering, etc.
A note about Equiva at hospital bedsides
Our technology evolved over nearly a decade of delivering healthcare tablet-based patient engagement solutions. We’ve secured metrics-focused results in some of healthcare’s most highly innovative organizations.
- Engaging patients and their families in self care and decision making through education, J Mayeda, CMS Center for Innovation Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Model, 2017
- What the evidence shows about patient activation: better health outcomes and care experiences; fewer data on costs, JH Hibbard, J Greene, Health Affairs, 2013
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