Samsung is releasing a new line of LCD TVs specifically designed for hospital use. The LCD 458 models are available in 26″ and 32″ and feature TeleHealth Services‘ interactive technology that brings entertainment, educational, and informational content to the bedside.
One of the main features of the new LCD TVs is the integration of TeleHealth Services’ proprietary TIGR patient education system, which makes an entire library of educational videos available on-demand in hospital rooms. Educational programs can be accessed at any time, day or night directly from the patient’s bedside using a hospital’s telephone system. In addition, both models offer USB autosensing side inputs and an interchangeable pillow speaker interface. The USB autosensing side inputs enable patients to easily access content, such as music, movies, videos, games and more by allowing patients to connect external entertainment devices to the television via a USB port. Hospitals benefit from the interchangeable pillow speaker interface that enables inter-compatibility between multiple pillow speaker brands and pin sets.
The Samsung line of healthcare LCD TVs, featuring technology from TeleHealth Services, offers a number of key features that improve operational efficiency. The new line of healthcare LCD TVs is UL-listed for hospital use and meets the more stringent requirements for use in hospital environments. To assist in the ease of installation, the Samsung healthcare LCD TVs also feature USB cloning technology, making it easy for administrators to quickly customize and deploy the sets across the facility.