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iSoft gets first sale of Savience kiosks

8th September 2010

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust has signed a deal for iSoft to provide five self-service kiosks, which will be used to cut queues and reduce the pressure of incoming patients on reception and nursing staff.

The deal is iSoft’s first sale of Savience kiosks since agreeing a partnership with the company in February. The kiosks will be implemented in Darent Valley Hospital’s reception area and fracture clinic and will allow patients to check-in for appointments and update their demographic information.

 

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Title: iSoft gets first sale of Savience kiosks
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 16013
Date Added: 8th Sep 2010

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