Delphi Display Systems Provides Digital Signage Network to Healthcare Providers

Delphi to provide end-to-end Solution for MedMedia in Doctor's Office Waiting Rooms

COSTA MESA, Calif.--Delphi Display Systems, Inc., today announced that it has been selected to provide a turnkey digital signage solution for MedMedia Healthcare Network to be installed in the waiting rooms of doctors' offices and medical clinics located in Southern California. Under the terms of the agreement, Delphi will manage the procurement and installation of the digital signage hardware and provide creative design, hosting and content management services for a 3 year period. The network will consist of an initial 50 locations to be installed in the next 60 days, with plans to scale to 500 locations over the next 12-18 months.

MedMedia currently operates an orthopedic office network in the Los Angeles area and is launching a new digital signage network in medical clinics in and around the Los Angeles metro area. The advertising-supported networks provide valuable point-of-care information to targeted patients and healthcare consumers via an 'in-house channel' to present patient-directed information and office-specific messaging.

"Delphi is very excited to be partnering with MedMedia," said Ken Neeld, President and CEO of Delphi Display Systems. "Delphi will utilize its Insight Engage™ software platform powered by RoninCast® to deliver compelling, informative and relevant content to targeted patients on a daily basis."

"We selected Delphi because of their ability to provide a cost-effective, full turn-key solution coupled with their experience and credibility in the digital signage industry," said Joe Collins, CEO of MedMedia. "We look forward to working with Delphi as we launch this new healthcare network and expand into other DMAs."

About Delphi Display Systems

Delphi Display Systems, Inc. provides customized digital signage hardware and software solutions that enable B2B customers to engage with, interact with, influence, attract and retain their end customers. Through business intelligence and analytics capabilities, Delphi adds further value by providing visibility into key performance metrics, thereby allowing customers to optimize the effectiveness of their digital consumer engagement strategy - and ultimately their profitability. Delphi's solutions are installed in more than 30,000 locations in 50 countries around the world. Follow Delphi on Twitter ( and "like" Delphi on Facebook under Delphi Display Systems Inc. For more information on the company and its products, visit or call 714-825-3400.

About MedMedia, LLC

MedMedia is the premier digital out-of-home network for physician offices. Located in Southern California, MedMedia combines state-of-the-art digital technology and the Internet to distribute timely news and healthcare information to large flat-panel TV screens in patient waiting areas. MedMedia's mission is to provide their physician partners and medical clinics with a premier 'waiting-room' program and information service that is focused on improving the patient-visit experience. MedMedia's program content is a mix of current news and headlines, healthcare segments, and general-interest features that are both timely and relevant. MedMedia also strives to create a media platform that connects with highly-valued consumers at a time when they are most engaged and receptive. For more information, visit or call 949-421-5050.

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