HealthSpot Station to provide health care in kiosk form

 
Nov. 16, 2012

HealthSpot, a provider of health care technology, has developed a system that provides remote medical diagnostics to patients. The HealthSpot Station is a private, walk-in kiosk that gives acute care patients live access to board-certified doctors, via high-definition videoconferencing and interactive digital medical devices, according to an announcement.

The kiosks will provide interactive health care that diverts patients from lengthy or inaccessible in-office appointments, urgent care centers and emergency room visits while maintaining live-doctor patient communication at locations nationwide, the announcement said.

The HealthSpot Station is also an alternative for quick and easy preventative care before a condition becomes serious or requires a hospital stay.

"Our mission at HealthSpot is to work with top health care providers to extend affordable, timely and convenient access to health care within every community across America," said Steve Cashman, HealthSpot's CEO.

Read more about kiosks in healthcare.


Topics: Healthcare / Hospitals , Interactive / Touchscreen , Pharmacy / Drug Kiosks


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