Quick Start iOS and Android app solves indoor GPS deficiencies with proprietary technology
NEW YORK, Mar. 2nd, 2017: SPREO Indoor Location Solutions has announced the launch of a rapid deployment mobile wayfinding app for health care systems and hospitals. It is priced to be the most cost effective mobile app available on the market, allowing rapid deployment and easy adoption for stressed healthcare systems. The QUICK START wayfinding mobile app can be implemented with minimal involvement and support from internal departments.
The SPREO QUICK START mobile wayfinding app uses an interactive mobile map to lead users step-by-step across expansive hospital campuses and complex buildings. It is designed to reduce patient frustration and anxiety by making it easy to navigate to multiple specialty centers and through the multiple floors, wings and towers of hospital buildings. SPREO QUICK START gives patients an intuitive mobile map that allows them to find their way from home to parking to multiple appointments and back.
“The proprietary technology of SPREO provides reliable and accurate indoor positioning so that users always know where they are,” said Avi Sacajiu, SPREO Founder and CEO. “SPREO is the first company to develop and deploy proprietary technology that enables indoor positioning accuracy. GPS technology does not work indoor. SPREO technology allows users to know where they are at any moment in time in relation to their entry point and desired destination.”
SPREO Quick Start Includes:
- iOS and Android mobile application software
- Onsite rapid installation
- Data preparation for easy installation
- End-to-end project management
- Secured cloud ecosystem for system & content management
- Branded wayfinding mobile app for your hospital
SPREO QUICK START removes obstacles to hospital revenue by reducing missed patient appointments, increasing patient satisfaction and reducing staff interruptions by patients and visitors asking for directions. Missed appointments cost the U.S. healthcare system more than $150 billion a year. Studies* have found that problems in wayfinding at Emory University Hospital cost the institution $220,000 annually.
*Zimring, C. The Costs of Confusion: Non-monetary and Monetary Costs of the Emory University Hospital Wayfinding System; Georgia Institute of Technology: Atlanta, GA, USA, 1990