In a world inundated with advertising, both native and non, it can be difficult for a company to get their product or service in front of prospective consumers. Luckily, the use of advertising partitions is a great means of retooling a company’s strategy while still maintaining a reasonable budget.
The use of advertising partitions is primarily done as a cheap and effective means of getting a product or service in front of prospective consumers or leads passively as they walk through an area. In most cases, advertising partitions will be set up in hallways frequented by potential customers or at convention centers where they will be seen by a critical mass of people. Individuals will pass by the advertisement, and if the partition is printed in a professional manner, will stop to more closely examine the advertisement. If this is done well, it can create curiosity and even urgency in a customer that may not have otherwise come across your product nor cared about it in the slightest.
Kwickscreens are the perfect solution to the problem of mobile advertising and indoor trade show partitioning. They can be set up in any location, and take up a minimal amount of space while not deployed. A Kwickscreen can be deployed in a matter of minutes, and wheeled to wherever it needs to be. Once there, simply lock the wheels and leave your materials out for customers to examine. The screens themselves can be printed with any imagery that your company desires. Alternatively, your design team can work with our professional consultants in order to design a printed mobile advertising partition that suits your company’s unique needs and desires.
At your next convention or trade show, consider the use of the Kwickscreen as a fast and innovative solution to your mobile advertising needs and desires.
Poor standards in mental health care access and treatment protocols has lead to a crisis of patient satisfaction and poor outcomes in the West. Mental health care is a sensitive subject for most people, and in most cases is completely inaccessible depending on where one lives and their socioeconomic class. When those that need it are fortunate enough to be able to access the mental health care system, they often leave it feeling disrespected, confused, and as though their basic right to privacy has been violated. Patients undergoing care through the mental health care system are entitled to feel just as safe and secure in their treatment as anyone else, and this is where the use of privacy screens and sensitivity training can come in handy for healthcare professionals, patients, and their advocates.
Those receiving mental health care treatment in the United States have the right to have their personal health care needs and requirements kept confidential under the Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, also known as HIPAA with a few key exceptions. Healthcare professionals can share details about your care and treatment with other healthcare professionals so long as it is relevant to your prognosis. Healthcare providers should explain the processes involved in confidentiality and HIPAA to patients who are accessing mental health care services in order to ensure maximum transparency and client understanding. Privacy is especially important within the context of outpatient care, which is how the majority of those who need it will access the mental health care system.
Privacy is important to all people accessing the healthcare system, but is especially important to those accessing mental health care services. Healthcare providers can aid these patients through the use of evidence based techniques tailored to general sensitivity to the emotions of vulnerable individuals.
During the administration of outpatient care services, patients may feel especially exposed due to the nature of the care being administered. Privacy screens can help to alleviate this feeling of exposure in susceptible individuals. Kwickscreens can be deployed whenever a patient feels uncomfortable in order to help them to feel less exposed and more protected. This can be especially useful in the context of outpatient counselling, where strong emotions can surface relatively quickly. Privacy screens, especially those like the Kwickscreen printed with calming imagery, can aid in helping patients feel more positive about their counselling experience through the use of evidence based design.
Kwickscreen USA recently had the absolute pleasure of being able to install our fixed and mobile screens at the new dialysis and infusion center in Windsor Regional Hospital in Windsor, Ontario. Out of numerous potential bidders, Kwickscreen USA was awarded the contract based upon our screen’s unique problem solving features.
“This new, spacious facility will improve services for our dialysis patients who require multiple treatments each week and spend many hours here with our team,” she said. “The new area will assist our renal team with additional working space to care for our patients providing room for our medical equipment and needed supplies.” – Richard Vennettilli, President of the Windsor Regional Hospital Foundation