Digital Signage for Hospitals and Healthcare

There has never been a greater need for hospitals and healthcare providers to communicate critical and time-sensitive information. It’s why healthcare digital signage displays have become such a common sight in hospital lobbies, waiting rooms, outpatient clinics, and other busy areas. However, digital signage displays aren’t only used for important messages. They can also provide engaging and entertaining content to reduce wait times and improve the patient and visitor experience, such as check-in information, display special offers on new services, advertise healthcare programs, and more.Managing a growing digital signage network can be time consuming and demanding, especially in a busy hospital or clinic. It’s why it’s so important to pick a solution that people will benefit from and continually use.While QL is very user-friendly, it’s also feature-rich with AI-powered content triggering and automation capabilities that deliver content and messages to the right audience, at the right time.

Discover why healthcare professionals rely on the Navori QL digital signage software platform for their frontline content management and messaging needs.

Due to the sensitive nature of their operations, hospitals and clinics require secure and reliable software solutions.

  • QL is stress-tested and validated by an independent third-party security firm to ensure it can meet the demands of healthcare professionals.
  • QL Server supports Active Directory/ADFS single sign-on, and QL Players are compatible with proxy servers and support encrypted communication.
  • QL can meet any server requirement. Our platform is available as an on-premise or cloud-based “software-as-a-service” product, and healthcare professionals can choose the version that fits their needs.
  • QL Cloud is hosted and managed by Navori Lab’s own engineers in a secure and private environment, making it suitable for healthcare applications.
  • QL on-premise can be hosted on the hospital’s own IT infrastructure or its designated hosting provider. The main application, QL Server, can be installed on physical or virtual servers. The application database can reside locally or on a remote server for more flexibility.

Since medical facilities can be hectic, healthcare digital signage needs to be easy to use and offer features that the staff need.

Digital Signage Software For Healthcare


With more than 800 features, Navori QL healthcare digital signage has a lot to offer medical professionals:

Digital Signage for Healthcare

Smart content triggering and playback automation features. Interrupt scheduled programming to show any content based on user-defined rules. Display emergency alerts triggered by your internal IT systems to any public or staff-facing screen with zero user intervention.

Background/ambient audio management for lobbies and common areas. Create a more inviting environment for visitors and patients alike.

A built-in template and ticker designer your staff members will actually want to use. Any non-technical user can create and deploy professional-looking content to any screen in minutes. Create and manage donor walls, funding campaign content, and more.

An accessible data feed manager that synchronizes live data from any source with no programming skills required. Display public RSS feeds, XML data, social media content, and internal data with ease.

Deliver information to any screen or device, like interactive touch kiosks, multi-screen video walls, single screens powered by Windows, Android, System on Chip displays and Navori’s own QL Stix media player.

Frequently Asked questions

How is healthcare digital signage used?

Healthcare digital signage is ideal for communicating with staff, patients, and visitors. Displays can be used to provide strictly informational content, but they may also show entertaining content as well. Displays located in lobbies or waiting rooms can also be interactive, so visitors and patients can register or sign-in, get wayfinding information or search a directory. Digital signs reduce the amount of time and effort put into updating content.

What’s the difference between passive and dynamic content?

Passive or static content refers to media that follows a strict program or playlist. The content can play in sequence or randomly within a pre-programmed playlist. Dynamic content is triggered or inserted in a playlist based on external factors. It can change based on a user-defined rule or some other external factor. For example, a playlist can be interrupted during an emergency for an important message to play.

How do I know if healthcare digital signage is a good option for my hospital?

Digital signage in healthcare can be an asset to any facility. The larger the facility, the more benefits it will gain, which is why it’s crucial to select a digital signage solution that scales well. This way you won’t run into any problems when it’s time to add more digital signs and media player devices.

What kind of content can I use for healthcare digital signage?

Healthcare applications usually benefit from informational content created internally, provided by the local health and social services department or from private sources. Pharmaceutical companies are another source of content that should be considered, as well as infotainment content, such as the local weather, news, and general interest content. In some cases, quizzes and interactive content can be useful to engage the audience and reduce perceived dwell times.

Where can healthcare digital signage be used?

There are many locations in and around medical facilities where digital signage can be installed, such as break rooms and cafeterias, staff meeting rooms, examination rooms, pharmacies, lobbies, patient and visitor waiting areas, building exteriors, and parking areas.