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ComQi and Aceso Partner for Healthcare Video Network

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ComQi has partnered with Aceso, a healthcare management and communications solutions provider, in serving the healthcare sector with digital media solutions.

Aceso has integrated ComQi’s Engage Content Management platform into its enterprise level UpTech platform offering a cloud based digital media solution for a range of creative options to hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout the country. The content network will be for staff, patients and visitor viewing; including patient testimonials, stories of strength and local messaging with entertaining video features, news and weather as well as informative facility information. Hospital waiting rooms, cafeterias, lobbies and lounges in a facility will be populated with interactive media solutions.

In addition, ComQi and Aceso will also offer healthcare facilities interactive wayfinding solutions for touch screen kiosks and other interactive viewing mediums.

“We are thrilled about this partnership and the benefits it will deliver to the healthcare community wanting to adopt digital signage and a broader multi-channel communication strategy,” said Stuart Armstrong President Americas for ComQi. “Aceso is leveraging technology that we typically deploy in retail environments to deliver an engaging branded experience within healthcare.”

Aceso’s President and Co-Founder, Geoff Fiedler, said, “Aceso is proud of this relationship with ComQi; bringing cloud based media distribution and content management to our UpTech platform. Our clients now have the ability to generate new revenue and reduce cost, two important benefits in a time of uncertain reimbursement. Our recent deployment at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, one of the top post-acute organizations in the country, has transformed the inpatient experience through digital media.”


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