FRANKLIN, Wis., Aug. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Cedars-Sinai, one of the largest health systems in the country located in Los Angeles, CA, has expanded its PatientTrak system through the addition of PatientTrak Kiosks. Patient kiosks improve flow and reduce wait times while significantly improving Patient Access staff efficiency.
Once signed in, the patient visit information, such as current activity and wait times, will flow through PatientTrak's "tracking board" display, providing staff with up-to-date patient status through visual friendly screens.
PatientTrak Kiosks also significantly increase staff efficiency as patients sign themselves in and input their information into the system prior to engaging with staff.
"Cedars-Sinai is a long standing customer and we are very proud to serve their patients and staff with the installation of our kiosks," says James W. Hermann, President of Lumin Medical, makers of PatientTrak.
About PatientTrak: PatientTrak.net is the leading provider of cloud-based visibility solution that provides patient tracking, flow, text messaging, communications and sign-in all to help healthcare facilities reduce wait times while improving staff efficiency and patient satisfaction.
Using only a web browser, the PatientTrak system allows health facilities to easily track patient's wait times, status, and treatment providers. PatientTrak is a product of Lumin Medical LLC. www.patienttrak.net
About Cedar-Sinai: - Cedars-Sinai is known for providing the highest quality patient care through its four-fold mission:
· Leadership and excellence in delivering quality healthcare services
· Expanding the horizons of medical knowledge through biomedical research
· Educating and training physicians and other healthcare professionals
· Striving to improve the health status of our community
With more than 2,000 physicians in every clinical specialty, 10,000 employees, 2,000 volunteers and 15,000 fundraising support group members Cedars-Sinai provides world-class medicine to patients from across the United States and around the world.
James W. Hermann