VotER Setup Options

VotER features two set up options.
Both are effective at getting patients registered to vote.

Thanks to our partnership with behavioral economics firm ideas42 and the nonvoter innovation lab we have found VotER can be deployed in several ways.

Finding 1: While the VotER kiosks certainly are helpful at voter registration where many patients register is actually with our posters/stickers using the embedded QR codes and text to register platforms that allow them to register right on their phone. This is because for many patients it seems to be easier for them to use their phones to register.

Finding 2: The kiosk seems to play a crucial role in helping to make the idea of registering to vote salient (many patients take photos of the stands and point them out to their friends/family who are visiting with them) and top of mind but the poster/stickers seem to be where people then follow through.

What does this mean: While the ideal set up is both kiosks and posters/stickers which we refer to as our high tech approach we think their is still value in just having the posters/stickers alone, which we refer to as the low tech approach

Note: Low tech partners are also included in the broader network of VotER hospitals/clinics and get regular updates of overall registration numbers.

High Tech Approach

The high Tech Approach features:

  • ipad kiosks
  • 1-on-1 onboarding of kiosk set up
  • QR code/text to register Posters
  • QR code enabled stickers
  • Entry/Discharge handout

Low-tech Approach

The low tech approach features:

  • Stand up/table top display signs
  • QR code/text to register Posters
  • QR code enabled stickers
  • Entry/Discharge handout

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