Category Archives: Telemedicine kiosk

Telemedicine kiosks and telehealth kiosks are becoming more and more common. Reasons include:

  • Cost of delivering services much lower
  • More services can be delivered
  • State regulations are becoming more friendly
  • National regulations are becoming more friendly
  • EHRs and EMRs have added “hooks” into their systems.
  • Many people have smart phones

Telehealth Kiosks to Improve Access, Costs, Part I

From Olea Kiosks TheLab. Written by Richard Slawsky. Telehealth Kiosk Improving Access By delivering services where consumers live and work, telehealth providers eye a new, more efficient channel for medical care. No matter what a person’s political persuasion may be, there’s one thing on which nearly everyone can agree: Healthcare costs continue to rise despite efforts to rein… Read More »

Healthcare Kiosk – Olea Showing New Healthcare Offerings at HIMSS

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 »

KioWare for Android Kiosks now supports KioCall!

Editor Note: KioWare has news to share – KioCall is now supported by KioWare for Android!  That means you can use an Android tablet and enclosure and KioWare for Android plus KioCall – and create a video conferencing kiosk for an extremely affordable/low cost.  (Note: KioWare for Windows supports KioCall, as well).   Quote from KioWare and Laura Miller… Read More »

Emergence of Telehealth Teleconferencing: Benefits, Uses, and Concerns

Telehealth Kiosks and Teleconferencing: Benefits, Uses, and Concerns Type: Article Author: Laura Boniello Miller Date: March 2017 Dealing with illness & the health care system is rarely easy. New technologies can help people to more easily manage their care. Due to shake ups in insurance and an aging population, healthcare providers are utilizing new technologies to reduce costs… Read More »

Telehealth Kiosk Market Shares, Strategies and Forecast Worldwide, 2018-2028

Editor Note: Originally published Feb 25, 2019 – article link Telehealth Kiosk Market Report 2019 Telehealth kiosks are expected to become an essential part of a healthcare system and programs in the future. Telehealth kiosks allow health care professionals to treat patients at distance using telecommunication technology. Telehealth kiosk outfitted with telemedicine capabilities such as telephony and video… Read More »

AMD Global Telemedicine Announces Strategic Partnership with Olea Kiosks

AMD Global Telemedicine Partnership with Olea Kiosks Two long-standing healthcare vendors join forces to deliver an integrated telehealth kiosk solution. CHELMSFORD, MA (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. (AMD), the pioneer of clinical Telemedicine Encounter Management Solutions (TEMS) ®, and Olea Kiosks Inc, the premier global designer and manufacturer of self-service kiosks, announce a partnership to deliver customized… Read More »

Telehealth Kiosk – KioWare Exhibiting at ATA show – free passes

We will be showcasing KioCall Video Conferencing at Telehealth 2.0 in Orlando, Florida from April 23rd to the 25th at the Orange County Convention Center in Booth 1319.  If you are interested in visiting the showcase or meeting with our team, we have tickets available for your use. Please email [email protected] for tickets to the show or to request… Read More »

HealthSpot assets snapped up by former customer Rite Aid for $1.15M

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.

Source: mobihealthnews.com

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.