In the medical profession, cost cutting is a big part of doing business. However, when it comes to providing the highest quality of care possible, spending more to obtain the best tools is an absolute. Medical LCD display devices are far superior to commercial-grade monitors.
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is the standard for the quality of digital data in the medical profession. Medical practices without equipment meeting the DICOM standard risk the chance of not being able to efficiently communicate with hospitals and other practices.
If a practice wants to compete well in the industry, our LCD equipment is a must. DICOM-compliant monitors are more reliable and accurate than commercial-grade monitors. With so many other factors involved with proper patient diagnosis, an inaccurate monitor is the last thing a doctor should have to overcome.
Commercial monitor manufacturers target customers who want color displays for Web browsing, gaming, and productivity. LCD display makers produce monitors specifically to view X-rays accurately. High-resolution gray-scale images are what doctors need to view X-rays.
Medical-grade monitors are continually improving to meet the needs of professionals. It makes sense for a medical practice to use equipment tailored for its industry, instead of settling for a makeshift commercial solution.
For those practices that want to streamline their workflows, touch-screen monitors can help. There are a variety of uses for touch screens. From patient check-in and patient education to surgical display options, touch screens make patient care more efficient, accurate and friendly.
Medical touch-screen monitors nowadays are computers in a flat-screen configuration. They even have Wi-Fi capability. These advances in technology free up space in offices and reduce cable clutter. The technology helps where needed, but does not hinder practitioners has they care for patients. Gone are the days of slow processors and inadequate software.
Signs and Meetings
Larger practices can benefit from large DICOM-standard LCD displays for use during meetings and during video conferences. This is another example in which a commercial TV monitor would fall short when displaying X-rays and other detailed images.
Practices also can use large LCD monitors to display information to patients in waiting rooms and hallways. In these instances, the sharpness of text and images is important if practitioners want to clearly communicate with patients.
Overall, LCD displays have contributed to many advances when it comes to improved patient care within the medical profession, and here at i-Tech Company, we do just that.