Self-check-in kiosks massively improve the patient experience. They speed up queue times, simplify check-in, and make capturing patient data easy.
However, they're also central contact points for countless patients and staff. People interact with the touchscreens on these devices every day. And with rising concerns over the hygiene of public touchscreens, it's more important than ever to understand the risks your kiosks can pose if they're not properly cleaned and protected.
Know Your Germs: The Viruses That Spread Through Patient Touchscreens
Without the right precautions and maintenance, patient touchscreens quickly become a hotbed of transmittable germs. These include everything from enterococcus faecalis, which causes many hospital-acquired infections, to coronavirus, which survives on glass surfaces for up to four days.
In our new infographic, you'll find out what these germs are, where they come from, and how you can prevent them from spreading.
What You'll Learn
The 5 most common germs that breed on your patient touchscreens
How these germs transmit, the diseases they cause, and other important facts
3 tips that will make your touchscreens safer and more hygienic
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