AJITS REDUCES POSSIBLE DISEASE TRANSFER
The transmission of infectious diseases can be reduced by reducing the number of people in the waiting room.
If, on the subject of “contagion in waiting rooms” a year ago, one had in mind a room overcrowded with sneezing and coughing patients and strongly heated in winter, the year 2020 has given the whole thing a new meaning. Any contact should be avoided, distance limits should be adhered to, but what if there is a “jam” in the waiting room.
With AJITS you keep the traffic in the waiting room manageable: Instead of spending between 30 minutes and two hours in a crowded waiting room, patients usually wait five minutes in the practice. The waiting location is determined by the patients themselves and the patients appear on time, “just-in-time” for their appointments. Furthermore, contact with the MFAs is reduced when AJITS sends patients from the waiting room to the consultation room.