Tag Archives: telehealth kiosks

Telehealth kiosk is a term that refers to a standalone and private virtual exam room that allows patients to access healthcare services remotely. Telehealth kiosks are equipped with video capabilities and various diagnostic tools, such as stethoscopes, blood pressure monitors, thermometers, and scales. Telehealth kiosks can provide a range of benefits for both patients and providers, such as convenience, accessibility, affordability, and quality.

One of the main advantages of telehealth kiosks is convenience. Patients can use telehealth kiosks at any time and location, without the need to make an appointment or travel to a clinic. This can save them time and money, as well as reduce the risk of exposure to infectious diseases. Telehealth kiosks can also offer more privacy and comfort for patients who may feel embarrassed or uncomfortable about certain health issues.

Video Conferencing – Agora.io And KioWare Partner

Agora.io’s video conferencing solution allows kiosk users to initiate and receive live video chats SAN FRANCISCO — May 2017 — Agora.io (www.agora.io), the global leader in real-time communications solutions, today announced its partnership with KioWare (www.kioware.com), a leading provider of OS, desktop and browser lockdown security for the kiosk and self-service industry. The new partnership will allow businesses… Read More »

Telehealth Kiosk & Telemedicine Kiosks

Editor Note: Originally published Feb 25, 2019 – article link Telehealth Kiosk Manufacturer Market Report 2019 Telehealth is 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 stations outfitted with telemedicine capabilities such as telephony and video… Read More »

Telehealth Kiosks – AMD Global and 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 »

Healthcare kiosk – Mayo Clinic expands telehealth kiosks

The kiosk provides high-definition videoconferencing and interactive, digital medical devices that connect patients with physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Source: www.postbulletin.com The kiosks offer Mayo Clinic Health Connection — a new telemedicine delivery system through the HealthSpot platform, which combines cloud-based software and a private walk-in kiosk that offers medical treatment at the workplace. The kiosk provides high-definition videoconferencing… Read More »

Walmart takes on Target Clinics with “Self-Health” Centers

Source: www.sandiegoreader.com “Almost factual news” courtesy of San Diego — One stop healthcare ala Walmart. Self-health center with computer kiosks.  Bit of an attitude running underneath the interview which is surprising. Automated drug dispensing.  Grocery supermarket mega market circa 2015. “Frankly, I don’t know what the competition was thinking on this one,” says Ben Applebaum, Chief Medical Officer… Read More »

Cox digital home health with Cleveland Clinic

Broadband and cable TV provider Cox Communications Inc [COXC.UL] and the Cleveland Clinic medical center will announce on Thursday a new venture to develop in-home healthcare services, stepping into a market that is poised to grow as medical care goes digital. The Cleveland Clinic, a world-renowned academic medical center based in Ohio, will offer expertise to help create… Read More »

Kiosk news roundup: Glooko, HealthSpot, American Well

Glooko new form factor & devices, Healthspot and Samsung, American Well and IHS projection. Source: mobihealthnews.com Diabetes management company Glooko has officially launched the kiosk version of its offering, the latest in a week of kiosk news from companies like HealthSpot and American Well. The Glooko Office Kiosk is essentially a new form factor for the company’s existing web and mobile… Read More »

HealthSpot shutters its telemedicine kiosk operations

The Dublin, Ohio-based company has closed its futuristic kiosks at 25 Rite Aid drug stores across the state and at Cleveland Clinic facilities.

Source: www.crainscleveland.com

Here is the full statement from Rite Aid:

“On Monday, Dec. 28, Rite Aid was notified by HealthSpot of its intention to cease operations effective Thursday, Dec. 31. As a result, the 25 HealthSpot stations located inside select Rite Aid pharmacies in Cleveland, Akron/Canton and Dayton/Springfield will no longer be available to Rite Aid patients and customers after 5pm Thursday, Dec. 31.

“Rite Aid appreciated the opportunity to offer HealthSpot services to our patients and customers over the past year. We believe very much in the value of telehealth and will continue to explore options to offer such services in the future.”