Wayfinding App For Healthcare From Connexient Launched

Mercy Health-Cincinnati has introduced "Right This Way", an "indoor GPS" that uses beacon technology to guide hospital visitors and patients.


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Mercy Health-Cincinnati has introduced "Right This Way", an "indoor GPS" that uses beacon technology to guide hospital visitors and patients.
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Wayfinding App For Healthcare From Connexient

Mercy Health-Cincinnati has introduced "Right This Way", an "indoor GPS" that uses beacon technology to guide hospital visitors and patients.

Wayfinding App For Healthcare From Connexient Launched

Connexient and The Jewish Hospital-Mercy Health have announced the launch of the “Right This Way” app to assist patients and visitors at this healthcare facility in Cincinnati, OH find their way around the hospital, remember where they parked, and more. Mercy Health-Cincinnati is the first health system in Greater Cincinnati to launch this wayfinding solution, acting as an “indoor GPS” for hospitals. The app runs on the MediNav platform, an offering from Connexient, a provider of indoor mapping, navigation and location-based services for hospitals and healthcare networks with large, complex buildings and campuses.

Jewish Hospital’s Right This Way mapping system provides turn-by-turn navigation via a smartphone app.

Powered by Bluetooth low energy beacons and handset sensor fusion technology, MediNav Navigator v.2.0 is advanced indoor navigation available for hospitals, with features designed to solve real-world wayfinding challenges. Features include:

True turn-by-turn indoor navigation with reliable indoor positioning accuracy of one to two meters, navigation cues, visual landmark references, and off-route notification.

My Car Saver feature saves visitors’ parking locations and guides them back to their cars when they are ready to leave the hospital.

All screens solution ensures that patients and visitors can access vital information anytime and anywhere across mobile, web, and three touch screen kiosks located throughout the hospital.

Outdoor, indoor, campus-wide wayfinding guides users across the entire hospital campus, including the hospital itself and Mercy Health Physician practices located both at the hospital and at The Jewish Hospital’s medical office buildings across the street from the hospital.

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