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Improve Your Hospital’s Privacy and Productivity with Sound Masking

Make Doctors and Patients Comfortable in Any Part of the Building

Improve Your Hospital’s Privacy and Productivity with Sound Masking

If you’re a hospital administrator, nurse, or doctor, then you’ve most likely heard it before.  You’re meeting with a patient in one room and you can hear a patient talking to their doctor in the room right next door.  From what the doctor is prescribing to the patients treatment plan – you hear it all.

This is not only an invasion of your patient’s privacy, its uncomfortable for the patient or employee who is unintentionally hearing all of this as well!  Your seemingly harmless, paper-thin walls could potentially lead to HIPAA law violations and losing patients who felt vulnerable and exposed.

So how can you avoid this loss of privacy for your entire New Jersey hospital or doctors office?  Your solution is sound masking.  You might have heard of this concept before, but are unsure of how it could help your facility.

Keep reading below to learn about the many benefits of this smart solution, and how you can create a comfortable and safe space in every part of your hospital or health care facility for both doctors and patients.

TAGS: Commercial Sound Masking | Sound Proofing

Sound Masking: Technology Builders & Architects Should Embrace

Can You Muffle Noise by Creating More Noise?

Sound Masking: Technology Builders & Architects Should Embrace

Open-concept floor plans have definitely hit it big in recent years. Homes and businesses are saying no to walls and yes to open-concept. If you’re a builder or architect in the Manhattan, NY area, you’ve likely already adjusted your building plans to accommodate this trend, but have you put plenty of thought into the result?

The result of open-concept layouts is, simply put, noise. Without walls to muffle sound, the noise from electronics, footsteps and most importantly, speech, are all amplified within the space.

So what can builders and architects do to deliver home and office building designs that your customers will love for years to come? Incorporate acoustics into construction (in this case, sound masking in particular).

TAGS: Acoustic Treatments | AV Installer | White Noise