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Can Your Medical Office Benefit from Commercial Automation?

Create a Calming Environment for Patients with Smart Control

Can Your Medical Office Benefit from Commercial Automation?

Reliable tools are pivotal to providing an efficient service in your doctor or dentist's office. Every instrument is expertly chosen to serve a specific role whether you're doing a routine cleaning or in-patient surgery. If efficiency is so important, why shouldn't it apply to all the technology in your office? With a commercial automation system, you can bring that surgical precision to the way you manage lights, climate, AV and more. Below we highlight some of the ways you can enhance productivity and the patient experience in your Edina, MN space with smart control of all your technology:

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A Smarter Approach to Your Office Technology

With a commercial automation system, you get unprecedented control over all the technology in your medical office. Not only is control centralized for easier management, but it’s also more expansive. Lights don't just turn on and off—you can dim them from 0-100 percent to create the ideal environment. Instead of having an office-wide thermostat, set a different temperature in each room. Another benefit of an integrated technology solution is that your various subsystems work together. For example, if there is sunlight available your shades automatically open and artificial lights dim to reduce your energy usage.

Control it the Way that Makes the Most Sense

You also choose how to manage your technology. You can control lights, thermostat, music, security and more from the same tablet you use to access patient files. Though it's most popular in residential settings, voice control can also have enormous benefits in the medical field. If you need to make adjustments during a procedure, you don't have to stop what you're doing. Say, "Dim lights" or "raise lights" as needed until you reach your ideal settings. You can also use sensors to automate changes. Photosensors direct your shades to close when your windows are hit directly by sunlight, so clients and doctors don't have to deal with glare.

Save Your Favorite Settings for a Later Time

Save time on your everyday activities by storing your favorite settings into scenes that you can pull up later. Instead of having to walk through your facility to get it ready in the morning, press an "Opening" scene that turns on all the lights, lowers the thermostat and plays a soothing playlist in your waiting room. With a “Closing” scene, lights turn off, the music stops, doors lock, and your security alarm activates as you leave. You can also have programmed settings ready for each of your procedures, so you don't have to waste time setting up the room for every patient.

With a commercial automation system that makes it easy to manage your technology, you can focus on giving your patients the care they deserve. To learn more about how to take advantage of a custom solution, call us at (612) 353-5087 or contact us online.

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