JASPER, IN (October 18, 2021) – The new product launches from Interwoven are designed to address the evolving healthcare landscape. Influenced by emerging trends on the future of healthcare delivery, Interwoven’s new product introductions address the needs of today’s care facilities to support better experiences for patients, families, and caregivers. Download High-Res Images
David Ritch and Mark Saffell of 5D Studio were challenged to look at the category of patient seating differently. The ask was to develop a concept that had a beautiful aesthetic, lighter scale than a traditional patient recliner with more functionality than a traditional patient chair, while also having qualities that would enhance the experience for both the patient and the caregiver. The result is Ezzeri, an artfully agile solution that offers comfort without complication.
Caregivers require products that provide proper support to help them deliver the highest level of care. Rolli was thoughtfully designed to assist in multiple applications – consultation, exam, nurse stations, patient rooms and more. With its flexibility and adjustable components, Rolli can be tailored to ensure maximum comfort and assist a variety of tasks throughout the day.
Behnti is a stylish, functional folding chair for additional guest seating that can be easily stored when not in use. With it’s beautiful, molded laminate back in multiple colors, metal legs available in a printed wood finish or black powdercoat, and optional seat pad, Behnti brings all the style in a compact solution.
Interwoven is a clinical product brand delivering innovative solutions for the health market by leveraging research and design thinking to develop products that can help improve the delivery of care. Interwoven is a brand unit of Kimball International, Inc., (NASDAQ:KBAL), a publicly-traded company dedicated to its Guiding Principles and recognized as a highly-trusted company and an employer of choice. To learn more about how Interwoven is challenging the status quo in health, visit www.InterwovenHealth.com.