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Designing a Professional Sit-Stand Desk Converter: Organizations can choose between numerous sit-stand products on the market, yet many bring serious ergonomic, quality and safety concerns into the office. Ergotron shares our extensive testing and manufacturing standards to help improve the safety and quality of the industry.
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Executive Brief: 10 Features of Quality Sit-Stand Desk Converters: Learn how to navigate the crowded market with key design features of professional-grade sit-stand desks. For the full white paper, download Designing a Professional Sit-Stand Desk Converter.
 
Professional-Grade Design Standards: Reference this printable PDF for choosing a quality sit-stand desk converter that’s safe and comfortable. For the full white paper, download Designing a Professional Sit-Stand Desk Converter.
 
Power Life-Changing Care with Safe Battery Technology: Battery power makes mobile healthcare technology possible, and it’s more important than ever for healthcare organizations to select safe and reliable batteries for mobile medical carts to protect caregivers and patients. See how to navigate the options in this white paper.
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Honoring the Nurse-Patient Connection: Better working environments for nurses leads to healthier (and happier) patients. See how in this white paper developed with Healthcare Business Insights (HBI).
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Executive Brief: Keys for Creating Effective Nurse Environments: Discover how ergonomics and caring for the whole nurse supports caregivers and the best patient care. For the full white paper, download Honoring the Nurse-Patient Connection.
 
Executive Summary: Ergotron’s Workplace Movement Assessment: Read highlights of an Ergotron survey that assessed how wellness and productivity are impacted by workstations, whether movement-friendly or not.
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Make the Sit-Stand Switch™: This handbook offers helpful recommendations for organizations to stand up to sedentary habits and build a sit-stand culture. For a brief overview, view the executive brief, The Business Case for Adopting Sit-Stand Workstations.
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Executive Brief: The Business Case for Adopting Sit-Stand Workstations: Quickly make the case for how sit-stand workstations are cost-effective and strategic investments for your organization. For the full handbook, download Make the Sit-Stand Switch.
 
Uncovering a Communications Disconnect in Healthcare IT: Together with HIMSS Analytics, Ergotron surveyed healthcare workers to better understand the technology purchasing and evaluation process.
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Why Movement Matters: Numerous studies have proven what many have suspected: sitting too long harms, movement heals. Brings together the rationale for movement and the research findings.
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The Nurse-Patient Connection: Better working environments lead to healthier and happier patients; created in conjunction with Healthcare Business Insights (HBI).
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Safety Certification: The importance of certification for charging systems to ensure safety of facilities, equipment, students and workers.
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Standing Up for Workplace Wellness: Knowledge workers who spend too large a portion of their day sitting are victims of an occupational hazard.
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Ergonomic Arms Data: Reference table with ergonomics data for proper workstation set-up and installation, based on user height and gender.
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Ergonomic Rx for Digital Radiology: Computer screens are integral to patient care. As overall benefits to patients rise, so too do the risks to healthcare professionals who work at computers.
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Comfortable Portable Computing: Laptops are well-suited to fast-paced global business but users often don’t consider the ergonomic compromises they pose. This paper’s Ergonomic Equation provides guidelines for computing comfort.
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Patientricity and the Triangle of Care: Creating a patient-centered environment must be done with sensitivity to the needs of the patient and medical staff alike.
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