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N.J. Hospital Installs Check-in Kiosk

May 14, 2008
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The Newark-based University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey has deployed the patient check-in kiosk from Mequon, Wis.-based D2 Sales.

According to the company, the My Patient Passport Express kiosk allows patients to check-in, make future appointments, and update their medical history using a touch screen. Patients can use their credit card to make co-pay payments, and sign documents using the integrated electronic signature pad.

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