Patient Privacy Solution Necessary According to HCAHPS Surveys

  The Facts: According to the April 2017 Public Report for HCAHPS Survey Results: July 2015 to June 2016, the “Quietness of Hospital Environment” rating for a majority of hospitals in Indiana is among lowest of the bunch – worse yet, this has been true for several years! HCAHPS Survey Results Summary: April/May 2016 Public Report […]

Summer Newsletter: Victory Field, Notre Dame, InfoComm & More!

Greetings, ESCO Customers! Check out what the ESCO team has been up to this year in our most recent newsletter! You can keep up with ESCO happenings regularly by following us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Project Highlight | Victory Field It’s baseball season! Cheer on the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field this Summer where […]

Our 2017 InfoComm Experience

Our team has returned from Orlando, bringing new knowledge from this year’s InfoComm conference and expo. For this Experts’ Corner blog entry, a few of the ESCO attendees have shared key take-aways, stand-out trends and products, and their overall experience at the world’s largest AV event. Jim Tchinski, Technical Solutions Engineer Each year of InfoComm […]

The RTLS Revolution in Healthcare

Dustin Hertel, Senior Healthcare Account Executive Technology in the healthcare space is growing rapidly, and ESCO Communications is here to help your facility manage that growth. RTLS, or Real-Time Locating Systems, are perhaps the most exciting and impactful portion of that technology. Today, a properly utilized RTLS system can drive staff efficiency, improve patient care, […]

Increasing Productivity with Crestron PinPoint

Stephen Hill, CTS-D, Technical Solutions Engineer In a previous blog, I talked about a new product from Crestron – Mercury (you can read the previous blog post here). Mercury is labeled as a ‘tabletop conferencing device’, but it’s actually much more. For this week’s Experts’ Corner, I’d like to dive into the details of a […]

ESCO Welcomes New Team Members!

The ESCO family is growing! This Spring we’ve added a variety of folks to our team. We wish this group the best as they start they’re ESCO journey. If you’re interested in learning more about career opportunities at ESCO Communications, please click here.       Please join us in welcoming to the following: Indianapolis Lloyd […]

AV Collaboration Tools in Healthcare

Beth Machall-Dwyer, Sales Executive ESCO Communications has an impressive history of creating sophisticated A/V systems for board rooms, conference rooms and instructional settings. A/V systems can consist of audio technologies such as microphones, loudspeakers, amplifiers and digital signal audio processors. Video technologies can include displays (projectors and video monitors), Blu-ray players, computer/device connections, video conferencing […]

Risk and Vulnerability Assessments: Day vs. Night

Chuck McCormick, PSP, CAHSO | ESCO Solutions Engineer Part of the methodology that I prescribe to for Risk and Vulnerability Assessments (RVA) breaks down: Objectives, Detection, Delay(s) and Event Triggers / Communications. The focus of today falls under the detection category, and even more so about lighting. Lighting is the act of igniting or illuminating […]

Sapling Wi-Fi Clocks

ESCO partner for synchronized clock systems, Sapling, recently released a new line of Wi-Fi clocks. The company’s official introduction of the new product is below. If you are interested in learning more about Sapling, or how ESCO can help update your clock systems, contact us today. Sapling is proud to introduce our newest synchronized clock […]

Paging & Intercom: Analog vs. IP

Jim Tchinski, EET, CTS, NET+, NICET | Technical Solutions Engineer What are the differences between analog and IP paging/intercom systems? First, let’s look at the differences between Intercom and Paging systems. Think of these as two different systems. Paging is a way of mass notification, usually to a large group of people; it is one-way […]