donderdag 27 september 2012

De dokterkiosk.

Atlanta-based SoloHealth, a consumer-driven health care technology company, and Sam's Club announced that the SoloHealth Station kiosk will begin to roll out this week to more than 500 Sam's Club locations nationwide, making Sam's Club the first warehouse club retailer to install the kiosks, according to a news release. The SoloHealth Station is currently available in select retail locations across the U.S. and is expected to be in more than 2,500 retail locations by mid-2013, company executives said. The self-service kiosks are bilingual and free to consumers, the news release said. The SoloHealth Station provides health screenings for vision, blood pressure, weight and body mass index, a symptom-checker as well as an overall health assessment for free. SoloHealth also helps connect consumers to local professionals through their databases, helping people enter the most appropriate and accurate point in the health care system, the news release said. A health care consumer engagement platform, the SoloHealth Station offers personalized, targeted and interactive opportunities for consumers, advertisers and retailers by placing kiosks in high-traffic retail locations and offering integration across a multi-platform ecosystem complete with digital signage, Internet, mobile and social media. The multiple-platform approach gives brand partners, consumers and medical professionals the ease of interaction from many touch points allowing for greater effectiveness and efficiencies, the release said.

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