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October 15, 2019 The crucial need for fall prevention and patient communication brings MEDI+SIGN to MEDICA 2019. With the MEDI+SIGN connected health platform, hospitals experience evidence-based initiatives focused on safety, communication, fiscal efficiency, and patient satisfaction.  

This year at MEDICA, MEDI+SIGN will be showcasing the safety and communication benefits delivered through digital patient room whiteboard displays, digital exam room whiteboards for emergency departments, digital patient room door displays, and digital nurse station monitoring displays. MEDI+SIGN empowers hospitals with practical tools, like the digital patient room whiteboard display, that elevate safety, improve delivery of care, and positively impact the patient experience. The MEDI+SIGN preventative approach strengthens the care that hospitals provide by delivering real-time health information to patients in an accessible and patient-friendly/non-clinical manner. MEDI+SIGN promotes safety by proactively reducing the risk of and dangers associated with falls and other sentinel events in hospitals. The MEDI+SIGN system results in improved outcomes and increased ROI all while investing nurse time back to the bedside.  

MEDI+SIGN is presenting with the Maryland Department of Commerce at MEDICA 2019. With this partnership, MEDI+SIGN expands the depth of its reach into international healthcare markets. Maryland Commerce and its Office of International Investment and Trade are essential partners in exploring the global marketplace, providing services that aid in the development of business relationships between MEDI+SIGN and hospitals, as well as other healthcare-related service providers around the world. 

Slated for November 18-21, 2019 in Düsseldorf, Germany, MEDICA is billed as the “World Forum for Medicine.” MEDI+SIGN will present at MEDICA 2019 at Hall 16/Booth C18 as a co-exhibitor with the Maryland Department of Commerce. See exhibit location on the map. Contact MEDI+SIGN online at or by phone at +1 (301) 790-0103.


MEDI+SIGN is a game-changing communication tool used by hospitals that are pursuing the creation, improvement, and sustainability of their quality and safety goals. Driven and perfected by evidence-based outcomes, MEDI+SIGN deploys strategies tailored to the hospital’s specific needs and existing workflows. This unique approach allows hospitals to experience quality and safety transformations without negatively impacting the day to day workflow of staff. MEDI+SIGN is the first and only patient-facing technology in its class that requires zero effort from clinical staff while reinvesting time back to the bedside. With patient experience and complex psychology at the epicenter of this technology, patients are kept informed, satisfied and safe. In hospitals in the United States MEDI+SIGN focuses on improving HCAHPS and increasing patient safety by preventing falls as well as other sentinel events related to HAC among other CMS programs. To experience these results for yourself, visit

About Maryland Commerce

The Maryland Department of Commerce stimulates private investment and creates jobs by attracting new businesses, encouraging the expansion and retention of existing companies, and providing financial assistance to Maryland companies. The Department promotes the State’s many economic advantages and markets local products and services at home and abroad to spur economic development and international investment, trade and tourism. Because they are major economic generators, the Department also supports the Arts, film production, sports and other special events. For more information, visit


MEDICA 2019, the world’s largest event for the medical sector, is scheduled for November 18-21 in Düsseldorf, Germany. This annual medical industry event attracts more than 5,100 exhibitors from 70 countries in 17 halls. Leaders from the fields of business, research, and politics attend alongside tens of thousands of national and international experts and decision-makers from the medical sector.

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