Updated Fever Tablet Temperature Screening Relabelers & Sensors Thanks to IPVM for the hard work! Fever Tablet Chinese Relabelers – Aug 20 IPVM has found 40+ USA and EU companies relabeling fever tablets designed, developed, and made in China, identifying 7 main China suppliers, excluding Dahua and Hikvision, who supply the overwhelming majority of western brands. In this… Read More »
Face Recognition, Temperature Kiosks and COVID funding Article on Wired Nov2020 Intro Wired did an investigation into kiosks (well, temperature tablets…) and has determined schools are purchasing thermal cameras that include facial recognition technology. Ok. We can live with that… Technically most all of the schools have been purchasing infrared sensor-based tablets. They are not thermal cameras (e.g.… Read More »
New Patient Check-In Kiosk – Tilting Top Monitor From LinkedIn post by Frank Olea CEO. Healthcare Check-in Kiosks on the line today. This is a special version of the Austin where the screen and camera can be tilted up and down by the user. olea-healthcare-austin from Kiosk Manufacturer Association on Vimeo. More Information Outdoor Kiosk Model Released by… Read More »
Our resource at IPVM just published a PSA on one of many manufacturers’ practices. By John Honovich, Published on Oct 21, 2020 IPVM’s testing of and investigation into Meridian Kiosk’s temperature screening devices show that Meridian has deceived the public endangering safety. This 1-minute video explains: Worth Noting IPVM’s research indicates at least 14 companies are reselling Bems fever detection kiosks as their… Read More »
The FDA issued new guidance on the use of thermal imaging systems, temperature check and fever detection. See here for full article. As discussed further below, scientific studies support that certain telethermographic systems, also known as thermal imaging systems, may be used to measure surface skin temperature. These systems include an infrared thermal camera and may have a… Read More »
From Forbes Oct2020 — Article quotes new Australian research study on the effect of temperature on persistence of SARS-CoV-2 on common surfaces such as stainless steel, paper, glass, cotton, vinyl and polymer. The main point is that surfaces which are relatively cool are going to be more prone to harboring infection. 68 degrees F is comfortable for the… Read More »
Health Screening Kiosk Unattended by Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. Editor Note: New health screening kiosk aka temperature kiosk by Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. does temperature screening the best way — in two ways. One is by asking the recommended CDC questions that employees need to answer. They relate to fever or feeling feverish (chills, sweating), new… Read More »
COVID-19 changing touchscreen technology Dean Ward, founder and CTO at Evoke Creative, a design-led manufacturer of interactive digital solutions, which is backed by BGF, the UK’s most active investor in growing businesses, explains: “Touchscreen technology has remained relevant across retail and leisure since it first emerged on the scene, albeit across the pond in the United States, in… Read More »
From BusinessWire Sep2020 September 30, 2020 06:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time WESTMINSTER, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Kiosk Association (KMA) announces the first multi-vendor kiosk solution catalog for COVID-related kiosk solutions. 22 different solutions for COVID and Temperature screening kiosks are available to choose from. CAKCEK is the authorized distributor for KMA standards conformance solutions. The owner of CAKCEK, Craig Keefner says, “We’ve… Read More »
Kiosk Worker Catalog Multi-Vendor Westminster, CO September 2020 — The Kiosk Association (KMA) is proud to announce the first multi-vendor kiosk solution catalog for COVID-related kiosk “worker” solutions. Over twenty different solutions related to COVID, Temperature Scanning, CDC Health Screening, Automatic Hand Sanitizers, software, ADA consulting and services are available for purchase. CAKCEK, our authorized distributor, has been… Read More »
Pursuant Health’s national, in-store health kiosk network will begin connecting consumers to the American Diabetes Association’s Diabetes Risk Test.
Pursuant Health said the ADA’s test, which helps build public awareness of the risks for type 2 diabetes, will be available through its more than 3,600 health kiosks in retail pharmacy locations, including such chains as Walmart and Safeway. Plans call for Pursuant’s kiosks to offer the test for three years, starting in November recognition of American Diabetes Month.
Kiosk Product Listings for Coronavirus Press release via Yahoo Finance July 2020 The Kiosk Manufacturer Association announces specific product listings for coronavirus-related self-service assistance. Tailored specifically for coronavirus product offerings are the following: Temperature kiosks for screening and fever detection. Over 20 solutions to choose from and they range from less than a $1000 to more than $25K depending… Read More »
22MILES Thermal Sensing FAQ FAQ 22MILES Thermal Sensing FAQ Rev 3.1, 05/11/2020 What’s Thermal Sensing? Thermal Sensing leverages a thermometer that measures temperature or a temperature gradient. A thermometer has a temperature sensor in which some change occurs with a change in temperature and converts this change into a numerical value. What’s an Infrared Thermometer An infrared thermometer is a non-contact… Read More »
June 15, 2016 – YORK, PA. BFit Gyms isn’t your everyday run-of- the-mill fitness center. Their members ‘refuse to be ordinary’, and enjoy the unique and innovative Fit Pass that allows family and friends to share the same pass. Stressing its ‘cool factor’, BFit has implemented easy-to- use kiosks that provide its tech-savvy self-service- minded members with access to membership… Read More »
From Frank Mayer blog Apr2020 As news reports detail the impact COVID-19 will have on our population and the healthcare system that serves it, many medical facilities have put systems in place to streamline services and keep frontline workers safe. Once the pandemic ends, these same procedures will remain, with clinics and hospitals looking to invest in strategies… Read More »
MyHealtheVet or MyHealthVet December 31, 2019/in Government (Military / VA), Healthcare, Kiosk News / We want to recognize and congratulate the VA on their continued success with the MyHealtheVet project, surpassing an amazing 5 million users this year! “My HealtheVet is a shining example of how Veterans can play a more active role in their health care journey.” VA Secretary Robert Wilkie… Read More »
At stores and online, health care moves closer to customers by Tom Murphy In this Thursday, May 30, 2019 photo, family Nurse Practitioner Serena Lopez exits an exam room at the new HealthHUB inside a CVS store in Spring, Texas. HealthHUB locations offer a broader range of health care services, new product categories, digital tools and on-demand health… Read More »
Health stations now available at all Roundy’s Supermarkets banners in Illinois and Wisconsin The Kroger Co. has expanded its partnership with consumer health engagement company Higi to put its self-service smart health stations in Roundy’s Supermarkets in Illinois and Wisconsin, including Pick ‘n Save, Mariano’s, Copps and Metro Market banners. Kroger and Higi have worked together since 2011,… Read More »
Healthcare Software for Patient Check-In Menomonee Falls, WI: Connected Technology Solutions (CTS) launched a workflow automation software product for kiosk users across all industries this week. Kwerk is the name of the new software, capable of quick, secure self-service without onsite servers. The software streamlines administrative processes by allowing users to check-in, update demographics, sign forms and make… Read More »
Vitamin D deficiency is one of most common health problems in the United States. Studies have found that as many as three-fourths of teens and adults in the U.S. may not be getting enough of the vitamin. Seattle-based startup Solius is working to combat that problem with a light therapy kiosk that…
The company enrolled 150 people in its initial clinical trial in the Seattle area, a step that is required before the device can be submitted for approval to the FDA. One kiosk in the trial was placed on Bainbridge Island, a 30-minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle, and another was placed at Joint Base Lewis-McCord, where Solius is working with the military on a clinical trial about war fighter readiness.
Hennessey said that the company didn’t seek out those with a vitamin D deficiency to take part in the trial. Rather, the company wanted to see who would self-refer to use the Solius device.
The user experience is entirely self-serve, though Hennessey said the company places the kiosks in areas like care centers where medical staff is nearby.
We’re doing something that we believe will be better than any pharmaceutical drug, and we believe it’s the future of medicine.
Because the Solius is regulated as a non-invasive medical device, the process for FDA approval is more relaxed than for a pharmaceutical drug. Solius is not conducting a randomized clinical trial to test the device’s effectiveness, for example, something most drugs must go through before they reach the market.
WESTVILLE — Like something out of a science-fiction movie, patients can step into the telemedicine kiosk, tap a screen to connect face-to-face with a physician, and talk about their symptoms.
Anthem Blue Cross in the correctional space with telemedicine kiosks.
Olea Wins Kioskmarketplace Awards The Kioskmarketplace Innovation Awards to be presented at the ICX Summit, Jun. 5-7 in Dallas, Texas announced the winners and Olea Kiosks was judged the best of class in three different categories. “We are blown away and grateful for the recognition,” said Frank Olea, CEO and third-generation leader of the Los Angeles-based self-service manufacturer.… Read More »
Note: Olea announces new healthcare products at HIMSS 2017 and includes new models for patient check-in. New tablet offering will be there with telehealth telemedicine demo. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Healthcare Kiosk, Telemedicine Telehealth and Tablet Products at HIMSS Olea Kiosks has announced it will launch an all-new line of healthcare kiosks for patient check-in at HIMSS 2017… Read More »
Free heart checks available through OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Center.
The OSF Saint Anthony’s Heart Check Station is in Alton Square Mall, on the upper level near The Cookie Factory and Olga’s Kitchen.
It’s a free health screening kiosk with no appointment necessary. It screens for both blood pressure and body mass index.
PatientWorks’ KioskWorks and CheckinWorks software is now available on CTS leading self-service interactive devices and kiosks in the healthcare market. CARY, N.C. – Dec. 1, 2016 – PRLog — PatientWorks Corporation, a patient self-service check-in solutions company and wholly owned…
Enclosure and software company work together on new partnership to extend options for EHR and EMR in hospitals today. Excerpt: Hospitals and clinics are very interested in self-service check-in as another tool to improve operations in three key areas: (1) patient safety, (2) patient flow, and (3) patient satisfaction. Expansion initiatives champion the use of self-service technologies that provide a higher level of patient service while also eliminating bottlenecks from waiting rooms of new service areas.”
Look for Olea Kiosks at booth # 11419 on the HIMSS16 exhibition floor in Las Vegas, Nevada. LAS VEGAS, NV – 3/1/16 Olea Kiosks will be showing the industry’s latest adjustable check-in healthcare kiosk at the 2016 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from Feb. 29 – March 4,… Read More »
WLook for SlabbKiosks at booth # 8477 on the HIMSS16 exhibition floor in Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) February 28, 2016 SlabbKiosks will showcase two (2) of its healthcare kiosks on the exhibit floor for the 2016 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from …
Was hoping to get pictures of the units but its first day of show so likely pretty busy.
Las Vegas, July 11, 2016 – Kiosk News – Rick Kobal has joined the SlabbKiosks’ sales team. The announcement was made today by the company’s President, Peter te Lintel Hekkert. He indicated the move was necessary as the company continues to expand its customer base and increase production. “We are very pleased to welcome Rick to our team,” said te… Read More »
By Sidi Mohamed
DOHA: Automated self-service kiosks that would vend prescription medicines at the new Women’s Hospital are likely to begin operating after a month.
The kiosks are currently functioning on an experimental basis.
According to a pharmacist at.
Retail pharmacy chain Rite Aid has purchased the assets of shuttered telemedicine kiosk company HealthSpot at auction for $1.15 million, according to MedCity News.
The future of telehealth for Rite Aid is uncertain because the future of Rite Aid is uncertain. Last October Walgreen said they would acquire Rite Aid. But the FTC has not okayed that merger.
The merger result would have a 46.5 percent market, compared to CVS’s 30 percent. The FTC recently killed the proposed Staples-Office Depot merger.
Note that Higi, another kiosk company, also works with Rite Aid. Higi is to install +4,000 kiosks to Rite Aid stores — much bigger than company ever had with HealthSpot.
HIMSS Review Part 2 – Efficiency – Patient Check-In Apr 29, 2016 In the last post I covered some of the issues and advances in money and payments in healthcare. This article explores efficiencies in regard to Patient Check-In. Cost is perspective dependent– Your opinion or benefit from a healthcare spend is relative to your position in the healthcare… Read More »
Columbus, Ohio-based CrossChx, which has developed a secure, tablet-based patient check-in system, called Queue, raised $15 million from Silicon Valley Bank, Khosla Ventures, Drive Capital, NCT Ventures, and Moonshots Capital.
New blog entry with infographic listing 4 benefits including ADA Compliance, Patient Satisfaction, Cost Savings & Efficiencies, and Interoperability.
Olea always provides lots of datapoints and metrics and this healthcare kiosk benefits infographic continues that trend.
The MindKare kiosk is a freestanding computer station with an interactive display screen that provides users with a quick and easy way to check on their mental and behavioral health. The kiosk asks users to take an online self-assessment, and provides information on mental and behavioral health conditions along with resources for local treatment options. The kiosk screens for conditions such as anxiety, depression and substance abuse.
The HealthSpark Foundation, which formerly operated as the North Penn Community Health Foundation based in Colmar, Pa., is providing about $60,000 for the purchase, installation and related training for MindKare kiosks at five locations in Montgomery County. HealthSpark launched the initiative in a partnership with Screening for Mental Health Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Wellesley Hills, Mass., and the Philadelphia-based Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation.
Russell Johnson, Spark Foundation’s president and CEO, said too often health assessment by primary-care doctors focuses on the neck down.
“There another part of the body that needs attention as well,” he said. “We know that early intervention for mental and behavioral health disorders is critical.”
Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson is rolling out his vision for the future of American health care in a series of new California clinics.
Nice read on new Kaiser user experience. Reminds me of new Centura hospital which just went in around the corner from me here in Denver.
The experience starts with the waiting rooms, which take their cues from retail and hospitality. At the Manhattan Beach outpost, the vibe is warm, West Coast modernism: There’s lots of wood, natural light, and inviting touches, such as a living wall of green plants. A pair of ATM–like kiosks near the front door allow members to check themselves in if they prefer not to wait for the tablet-wielding receptionist. They receive a text alert when the doctor is ready.
Kaiser’s new spaces are also about keeping costs low: They are designed to be more efficient at serving patients. The first 10 hubs are projected to boost the number of face-to-face visits per exam room by between 20% and 40% and to deliver overall square-footage cost savings of 10%, thanks to space-conscious floor plans, redesigned collaborative work flows, and investments in new technologies.