SoloHealth announced this week at Dell World that its SoloHealth Station digital kiosk has seen consumer engagement rise more than 200 percent since late summer, totaling up to 5 million interactions.
SoloHealth released the data at the Dell World industry event that took place Dec. 11-13 in Austin, Texas. SoloHealth utilizes Dell's OEM Solutions technology and development expertise to produce the consumer kiosks.
SoloHealth continues its nationwide rollout that will put the FDA-approved SoloHealth Station in more than 1,000 retail locations and all 50 states by end of 2012, according to the announcement. Company executives estimate the kiosk will reach 4,000 locations by 2014. There are currently units in select retailers across America, including Walmart, Sam's Club, Safeway, Publix, CVS and Schnuck's Markets.
"The data is revealing tremendous consumer engagement rates, clearly showing there is an interest and need for this type of self-service health care access in today's environment. We are extremely bullish as we continue our nationwide rollout with retail partners and look forward to bringing this free service to more consumers across America, empowering them to take control of their healthcare," said CEO Bart Foster.
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