Q) What numbers of icons are available for the Patient Care Sign?
A) The standard PCS offers 8, 10, or 12 customizable icons per sign.
Q) Will the Patient Care Sign work with existing signs, or must it stand alone?
A) No, the PCS is compatible with most or all existing signage systems, eliminating the need for complete sign renovation.
Q) Where is the best location for the PCS?
A) The sign comes in two models. The Standard Patient Care Sign located at entry door level, communicates critical patient information to the next doctor, nurse, or clinician. The Bedside PCS model located right by the patient’s bed is slightly larger and viewed at the point of care for easy viewing of critical information and maximum accessibility.
Q) What are the additional features in the bedside and entry door level sign?
A) The PSC is fully customizable to your specific needs. Our PCS signs are available with chart holders, writing surfaces, and display rails for posting notes. Find out how easy it is to construct your customized PCS at the PCS selection guide.
Q) Is the sign ADA and ADAAG approved?
A) Yes, the PCS uses grade two brail and the dimension letter forms meet or exceed any requirements for the ADA and ADAAG.
Q) Can the PCS help you meet National Patient Safety goals?
A). The purpose of the 2012 National Patient Safety Goals is to improve patient safety; the PCS clearly communicates any precautions or risks to patients. Check out our blog on National Patient Safety Goals for further information.