The MyHarmony customized glass board offers another alternative to hospitals who are interested in a more upscale, modern look but still want to customize the content of their patient room boards
Lebanon, OH (PRWEB) September 22, 2012
Hospitals all over the country are looking for ways to increase their patient satisfaction scores (HCAHPS) in light of the recent changes to Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rules and the move to Value Based Purchasing (VBP). Dry erase/whiteboards are one way to help facilitate communication between the patients, families and staff and subsequently increase those patient satisfaction scores. In the past, a customized whiteboard was really the only option available to a hospital that wanted to add its own content and graphics to this communication tool.
“The MyHarmony customized glass board offers another alternative to hospitals who are interested in a more upscale, modern look but still want to customize the content of their patient room boards,” said Robin Pacey, Business Development Manager for VividBoard. The product is made from tempered glass for strength and safety and comes in 18”x24” and 24”x36” sizes. The custom image is sublimated to the back of the glass.
VividBoard, a GMi Company located in Lebanon, Ohio is a leading manufacturer of custom patient room boards. Products include customized whiteboards as well as customized glass boards. GMi Company is also the parent company of Waddell display cases, WoodWare technology support furniture and Ghent visual communications products. VividBoard products are sold through dealers specializing in furniture and office products throughout North America.