Reported on Venture Beat Jan2021 Excerpt: Enterprise-focused visitor management software provider iLobby has raised $100 million in a round of funding from Insight Partners. Despite the rapid push to embrace remote working in 2020, many — if not most — businesses will likely return to physical office spaces in some capacity once it’s safe to do so. And, of course, some businesses… Read More »
From Check-In-Kiosk New CLEAR Check-in Kiosk Deployment Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) has become the latest airport to receive CLEAR, the biometric identity service that helps speed flyers through airport security lines. The news that CLEAR is coming to CVG comes less than a week after the service debuted at Boston Logan’s (BOS) Terminal A, home to… Read More »
Editors Note: News post published by Hertz 12/11/18 Hertz and CLEAR Partner to Reimagine the Car Rental Experience Travelers Can Now Get on the Road Faster Than Ever Before by Using their Face or Fingers at the Exit Gate NEW YORK and ESTERO, Fla., Dec. 11, 2018 – Hertz and CLEAR today announced the launch of Hertz Fast Lane powered… Read More »
As published on Meridian Kiosks blog Think back to the last time you had to check-in somewhere. Perhaps it was this morning when you arrived at a meeting, your last visit to the doctor, or in a hotel the last time you traveled. Regardless of when or where you last checked in, when you reflect back on your… Read More »
The modern check-in kiosk is used in many markets such as airline check-in kiosk, patient kiosk check-in , ticketing kiosks and many more
Check-In Kiosk website provides information on check-in and also check-out kiosks and self-service terminals.
This report outlines the use of kiosks in hospital ambulatory and emergency departments as a way to improve efficiency and increase patient satisfaction. It describes the features and functions of kiosks, early results, the industry landscape, and provides some insights on best practices.
Research paper by CHF — Hospitals are deploying patient kiosks in two main settings: ambulatory departments and emergency departments. In the ambulatory setting, the most common uses of kiosks are for patient check-in, wayfinding assistance, collection of co-payments and outstanding balances, updating patient demographics, and to ask patients basic screening questions.