Future Telehealth Systems At Pharmacies And Grocery Stores

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The HealthSpot Station is a telehealth system that can be used by patients for quick medical diagnosis. These kiosks will serve as virtual doctors’ offices and will be located inside medical facilities and everyday locations such as pharmacies and grocery stores. A sick person will be able to check a smartphone app to find the nearest HealthSpot Station and get a medical advice using video conferencing and diagnostic technology. They will check into the kiosk, select their symptoms and get their vitals taken with a number of tools and medical devices located within the station; on the other side of a screen the doctor will review the collected medical information and discuss symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.

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