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RedRick TechnologiesRedRick Technologies – a provider of purpose-built ergonomic workstations, monitor mounting solutions, and reading room design guidance – will demonstrate three new versions of its ComfortView ergonomic workstations at the upcoming, in-person Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2021 Annual Meeting. RedRick Technologies will be in Booth #7311 – North Hall.

Over the last two years, RedRick Technologies has introduced the following three new versions of its purpose-built ergonomic workstations that are designed to help radiologists and other health care professionals address a number of unique ergonomic challenges. These developments reflect a continued focus on employing ergonomics to address the challenges that bring real value to an organization by going beyond the common ergonomic challenges.

The newest developments they will exhibit include:

  • ComfortView-GLIDE: Mitigates the unique risks from ultra-wide monitor arrays (4 or more displays) by incorporating a floating work surface that maintains the natural, unconscious adjustments that prevent repetitive strain injuries.
  • ComfortView-HOME: Combines the aesthetic benefits of a quality workstation with purpose-built ergonomics to enhance the home office environment.
  • ComfortView-SLIM: Narrower depth saves space and enables it to move through a standard doorway while fully assembled. Perfect when space savings is important.

Greg Patrick, CEO at RedRick Technologies, points out “The COVID pandemic has caused many organizations to rethink the work-from-home trend and continues to pressure health care providers to optimize space utilization. As a result of conversation with our customers we will continue to commercialize new solutions to the unique challenges they are experiencing.”



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