Vital Life World Employs Artful Strategy to Improve Patient Experience

Top Quote Vital Life World's new partnership with Visual Healing will show wellness providers how to bring the benefits of nature indoors; this will profoundly change and improve health and wellness experiences demonstrating the benefits of high-tech art applications combined with nature, expertise and strategy. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 11, 2016 - Orlando, FL - Imagine an entertaining way to help calm and sooth you as you enter a hospital, doctor's office or dentist's waiting room. Picture a beautiful and scientifically proven way to create a more tranquil environment in spaces that are otherwise known to be stress-inducers. This would revolutionize the way people would approach their next doctor's office visit, altering their experience for the better. Vital Life World is counting on that as it is leveraging art and technology to transform the health and wellness industries yet again, positively impacting patients' experiences in an extraordinary way. Using cutting-edge moving media, nature imagery from Visual Healing, a division of Moving Art from Louie Schwartzberg, a new VLW partner.

    President of VLW, Dawn Piljek explains, "Strategically utilizing hand-selected, time-lapse Moving Art featuring video of nature unfolding is a creative way to improve patients' experiences. In fact, studies confirm that seeing nature on a screen can speed healing, lower heart rates, decrease stress hormones and increase a sense of well-being and calm. The potential for the entire health, wellness and medical field is profound."

    Those who rely on Vital Life World as their key industry consultant, are starting to understand how valuable this is for their practices. Piljek says, "This is a paradigm shift with unlimited potential applications for patients and their families." Piljek is currently seeing the potential with Visual Healing's Moving Art in their first finalized collaboration at the prestigious, luxury, Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa, with installations located behind the welcome desk in the reception area and in their 5-star Spa, SpaTerre. During the process Piljek realized that the power of Moving Art, bringing nature inside, calming and creating a meditative, relaxed state could be very useful beyond the hospitality industry. In fact she knew it would work brilliantly in hospitals and medical facilities, as well as senior housing and rehab facilities where there's no access to nature and there is a need for healing and tranquility. These are exactly the types of places where people need to lower heart rates and decrease stress levels while creating experiences that entertain and distract. "Once a patient has been welcomed into a reception area that features Visual Healing's Moving Art, they will de-stress and relax which will positively impact whatever treatment or appointment follows," notes Piljek. It's perfect for doctors, wellness facilities and therapists of all kinds.

    Observing nature as it unfolds, whether focused or unintentional is proven to provide therapeutic benefits. Piljek adds, "When I realized the power these time-lapsed nature images offered our hospitality clientele I knew it had to expand to others in need. We are starting to introduce this strategy to medical providers. The progressive, forward-thinking ones easily grasp the benefits." VLW will remind hospital administrators and office managers and those interested in improving their environment, that their patients and staff will certainly benefit as will nervous family members stuck in waiting rooms who will be soothed by these time-lapsed nature films. "This is a quantum leap, to be able to transform patient and family experiences during difficult times," Piljek states.
    Visual Healing photographer, Louie Schwartzberg is an esteemed artist and filmmaker who is the only photographer shooting nature time-lapse photography continuously for more than thirty years. As a distinguished nature photographer his work has been featured in films directed by Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone and Francis Ford Coppola, among others. Piljek adds, "His work is the highest quality imaginable with endless medical and healing benefits especially when strategically employed; this shows us that nature's meditative qualities can and should be part of indoor experiences."

    VLW consults on all aspects of utilizing Visual Healing as part of a broader strategy, guiding medical facilitators through the process. Whether transforming waiting room walls into life-like waterfalls or watching flowers bloom before your eyes before or during a root-canal, Moving Art will not only beautify the medical industry it can positively impact the success and patient experience as well. VLW's guidance and focus toward finding and customizing new tools to improve business practices is yet another example of inspired strategies they offer through business to business consultation.

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