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Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Selects Connexient Digital Wayfinding Solution

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Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Selects Connexient Digital Wayfinding Solution

Press release date: February 5, 2014

NEW YORK – Mark Green, CEO of Connexient, announced today that Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, based in New Brunswick, NJ, has selected Connexient's MediNav™, an innovative Digital Wayfinding and Patient Engagement solution. MediNav provides patients, visitors and staff with compelling Indoor Maps, Indoor GPS, Turn-by-Turn directions, and location-based content. MediNav is a native application for iPhone and Android smartphones, as well as a unique in-hospital kiosk solution for arriving visitors and patients.

"We are delighted to be selected by such a prestigious medical center as Robert Wood Johnson," said Green. "Their vision and commitment to enhancing the patient experience and improving operational efficiency will make this an ideal venue for the continued evolution and progress of our platform and services. MediNav will provide RWJUH patients and visitors with a compelling Wayfinding experience, with the use of 'Near 3D' Indoor Maps and Turn-by-Turn directions to any destination inside the hospital."

As a Cisco Connected Mobile Experience (CMX) ecosystem solution, Connexient's MediNav has been integrated with the Cisco Mobility Services Engine™ (MSE) to deliver real-time, turn-by-turn pedestrian navigation and other location-based services.

About Connexient

Connexient (www.connexient.com) is dedicated to creating innovative Patient Experience and Indoor Location-Based Services (LBS) Solutions that enable healthcare providers to increase customer satisfaction and loyalty, reduce missed appointments and improve operational efficiency.


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