Sound Masking helps keep the peace – and HIPPA-mandated privacy – in medical settings

Picture yourself in an examination room at the doctor’s office, waiting to be seen. Despite an attempt to concentrate by reading the same magazine articles over and over, you can’t help but overhear a conversation drifting in from the next room where a nurse is reviewing another patient’s prognosis and treatment plan.

The scene is even more troubling in a hospital setting, where privacy issues in a variety of spaces such as the admitting areas, patient accounts, surgical suites, and on in-patient floors, can impact patient recovery. To read more about how to alleviate acoustical issues in medical settings, fill out the form below.

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