Philadelphia kiosk pilot assesses mental health

Philadelphia's Shoprite became the launch site for a new mental health kiosk piloted by the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services, Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation and Family Practice and Counseling Network. The kiosk, placed next to the...

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Kiosk vs. Mobile: Industry insiders weigh in

As the popularity of mobile technology grows, will it spell the end for self-service as we know it?

Special summit will again offer secure, open forum for deployers

Away from suppliers and media, users can share questions, concerns for their self-service projects.

Kiosks + digital signage = success

Understanding apps helps deployers of emerging technologies.

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Patients give Take Care Clinics high marks in kiosk survey

Take Care Health Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Walgreens and the nation's largest and most comprehensive manager of convenient care clinics, received the highest satisfaction ratings from more than nine out of every 10 patients, Take Care announced. More than...

Patient survey kiosk improves healthcare interaction productivity

Opinionmeter, which provides healthcare satisfaction survey tools for gathering and measuring patient satisfaction at the point-of-care, announced that it is offering a number of interactive devices to allow its clients to capture real-time patient satisfaction feedback immediately following service administration....

Cleva Technologies introduces Xit Poll Rewards

BOCA RATON, Fla.– Cleva Technologies, a developer of real-time consumer experience monitoring, has introduced Xit Poll Rewards, which is built on the Xit Poll electronic survey system. Unveiled at the 2010 RECon Show in Las Vegas, Xit Poll Rewards combines...

Cleva Technologies' Xit Poll to be used at 2010 RECon show

Cleva Technologies today announced that it has been selected by the International Council of Shopping Centers as the On-Site Survey Partner for the 2010 RECon conference and trade show, May 23-25 in Las Vegas. Cleva will provide an end-to-end solution...

Census Bureau using interactive kiosks to encourage participation

The United States Census Bureau is using interactive kiosks to encourage Norwalk, Conn., residents to get counted, according to The Hour newspaper in Norwalk. The "Census Road Tour" bus stopped at Norwalk City Hall on Monday, unloading life-sized census forms and an interactive kiosk in the building's lobby.

New H&R Block flagship office features touchscreen wall, kiosks

H&R Block's recently opened Times Square flagship office uses a giant interactive touchscreen "smart wall" to help answer visitors' tax questions, e-mail tax professionals and print out tax tips, as well as a touchscreen kiosk allowing clients to give instant...

Kittyhawk Studios provides interactive kiosk for diabetes exhibit

Kittyhawk Studios, a provider of interactive media solutions, has announced a kiosk deployment with the Detroit Science Center. The kiosk, which was installed earlier this month, is part of the center's "Diabetes: A Deeper Look" exhibit and will collect customer...

U.S. Army deploys information kiosks at Fort Lewis

The United States Army has deployed 10 "OneStop Army" kiosks at high-personnel-traffic locations at Fort Lewis in Washington state. According to an article on the Army's Web site, the kiosks are made by DynaTouch and feature an Interactive Customer Evaluation,...

NYC Hospital to educate patients using Opinionmeter survey kiosks, tablets

Opinionmeter International, a maker of survey kiosks and other consumer survey technology, has announced a partnership with New York City's Metropolitan Hospital Center to deploy Opinionmeter's touchscreen tablets and kiosks. Metropolitan will use the technology to survey patient and staff members about their knowledge of patient safety.

Controversy over Diebold voting machines continues

An investigation by the California secretary of state claims that Diebold's voting kiosks contain a delete button for audit logs.

Alabama kiosks may shorten 88 days it takes some military to vote

The Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser: Electronic voting kiosks are still under consideration to improve voting for overseas members from Alabama. A recent Pew Center study found that it can take 88 days from start to finish for some military members to vote.

Alabama eyes Internet kiosks for overseas military voters

Montgomery (Alabama) Advertiser: Alabama's top election official is looking for a better system for military members stationed overseas to vote, and she may have just found one. Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman recently heard a presentation by Pat Hollarn,...

Automated voting kiosks tested in Europe by U.S. military

Air Force Times: About 400 military and other overseas voters who are registered in Okaloosa County, Fla., can now vote at electronic kiosks in Mildenhall, England, and Ramstein, Germany, in a pilot project. The kiosks opened Friday, said Carol Paquette, project manager for the Okaloosa Distance Balloting Pilot Project.

Voting machine kiosks eyed suspiciously as election nears

ComputerWorld: As the 2008 Presidential Election looms ever closer, voters are casting a wary eye toward the electronic voting machine kiosks that have caused so much division in the past. ComputerWorld has compiled a list of bloggers who have weighed in on the possibility of malfunction or voter fraud this election.

In-Touch Survey Systems acquires NCI Mobility

OTTAWA — Canadian firm In-Touch Survey Systems, which offers a wide range of data capture products including its interactive marketing kiosk, has acquired NCI Mobility of Chicago, which also provides technology-based data capture tools. According to a news release, the...

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