The sophistication, portability and versatility of tablets are revolutionizing how we enjoy entertainment, shop, gather information and communicate. Their easy-to-use touch screens, mobility, cameras and access to endless amounts of apps make tablets enjoyable for young and old alike.
Tablets aren’t just for personal use anymore. They are on airplanes, are used to check in at restaurants and hotels, and they are playing a prominent role in the evolution of healthcare. The multi-faceted functionality of tablets makes it one of the most useful tools a hospital could implement for greater patient satisfaction, which ultimately results in better HCAHPS scores. These include everything from patient orientation upon admission, to video monitoring, to room control, entertainment and education. The tablet can prove the ultimate resource to the entire patient stay -- from admission to discharge. Some of these resources include translations, pain management, sound therapy, meditation, physician contact through messaging and video chat, family communication, X-Rays, patient charts and education.
Hospitals are starting to implement tablets in hospital rooms, but they have never pinpointed a sensible place to put them. If you go online and search for a tablet in a hospital bed, the patient is always holding it. That is unrealistic, especially for a hospital-owned device because tablets can end up broken or stolen. In order to keep up with providing patients with tablets, a hospital would have to budget for at least three to four tablets per room per year. A solution to this problem is a tablet mount. HatchMed’s Talon Mount is the only universal tablet mount that puts a tablet in a hospital room in a way that makes sense: on the bed rail.
We didn’t create a brand-new tablet or new software. Rather, we are the ones who formulated the idea of how to put tablets in the best place for patients.
The Talon’s unobstructed mounting system makes it easy to mount tablets right onto the bed rails of a hospital bed, IV poles, wheelchairs, and so forth. Other tablet mounts attach to the wall, which is inconvenient and can clothesline nurses. The Talon Tablet Mount locks to the bedrail, so it can be quickly lowered with the bed rail if needed. The Talon is a durable tablet mount that locks with a key, which prevents loss, theft, and damage to tablets -- saving hospitals valuable money.
In conclusion, the Talon Mount puts tablets in hospitals in a way that finally makes sense. It is durable, easy to use, cleanable, universal for all tablets and hospital beds, and it can be customized for length, color, and hospital branding. Additionally, the Talon Mount comes with an unmatched 5-year warranty. We believe, if used properly, the Talon can protect any tablet from being broken or stolen. We guarantee if you call us for a demo, you’ll never want to give it back. Contact us for a free sample today!