||Albert Lea Medical Center
The Albert Lea Medical Center in Minnesota, which is part of the Mayo Health
System, contracted with Interactive Touchscreen Solutions, Inc. to create a
Wayfinding system that would help visitors and patients navigate through the
Expansion and growth led to two new clinics at the Minnestoa clinic. Navigo
allows users to access maps and directions to their location quickly. The system
allows volunteers to offere additional assistance to patients, visitors and
Users are able to search for their healthcare provider through Navigo’s main
screen buttons that show the users the name, location and map to their
||Rush Copely Medical Center
Rush Copley Medical Center exded their suburban Chicago area location. Along with
offering their patients the best in healthcare, they wanted to offere the best
in navigational technology. Six Navigo Systems were installed in high traffic
areas ensuring users find thier location quickly.
||Inova Heart & Vascular Institute
The addition of the Inova Heart & Vascular Institute included the Navigo
Touchscreen Directory & Wayfinding Systems in the initial concept. Multiple
Navigo Systems were installed in the custom designed cabinetry along the entry
corridor which spans from the parking garage to the 4-story atrium. Navigo
Health Information Systems were also installed in the custom designed privacy
pods to offer secured access to various health education web sites.
Kaiser Permanente has medical offices and clinics located throughout the U.S. A
system that could easily be updated to reflect department moves and a system
that would integrate with their Scheduling system and Provider (physicians)
database was required. KP then contracted Interactive Touchscreen Solutions,
Inc. to provide the Navigo Touchscreen Directory & Wayfinding Systems for their
new Medical Office Building and Hospital in Santa Clara, CA.
||Western Maryland Regional Medical
Interactive Touchscreen Solutions, Inc. installed freestanding, and desk mounted
Navigo Touchscreen Directory & Wayfinding Systems throughout the new facility.
||Kings County Hospital Center
Interactive Touchscreen Solutions, Inc. installed several Navigo Touchscreen
Directory & Wayfinding Systems throughout their campus.
||St John Medical Center
Interactive Touchscreen Solutions, Inc. installed numerous Navigo Touchscreen
Directory & Wayfinding Systems strategically placed throughout the Hospital to
guide visitors to locations throughout the Medical Center. Timing was everything
with St. John Medical Center. On-going construction was planned and the Navigo
Systems ability to quickly update maps and directions was key!
||Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
Interactive Touchscreen Solutions installed the Navigo™ Directory and Wayfinding
System at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. ITS provided wayfinding for all Hospital
buildings with the Navigo systems. The enclosures were strategically placed
throughout the Hospital. Each touchscreen system is housed in the free standing
Classic enclosure with 19 inch LCDs, provided by ITS. The Navigo Systems in the
Main Lobby and Blaustein function similarly in that they will allow visitors to
self check-in and receive wayfinding information.
||Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
To provide the best wayfinding solution for visitors and patients, Presbyterian
Hospital chose Interactive Touchscreen Solutions to install three Navigo Systems
in high traffic areas of the Hospital. Presbyterian Hospital's Navigo System
provides location specific maps with animated paths and text directions to guide
patients and visitors to areas, departments, services, events and physician
offices located throughout the campus.
||Mercy Hospital of Miami
Interactive Touchscreen Solutions, Inc. installed a Navigo Touchscreen Directory
& Wayfinding System and Navigo Active Signage System in the Bayside Pavilion
Ambulatory Center. The Touchscreen system provides on-demand maps to the various
services in the Bayside Pavilion, while the Active Signage System continually
displays commercials, announcements and other important information to patients