Walk-In Kiosks Allow Doctors To Examine Patients Virtually [Video]

Walk-In Kiosks Allow Doctors To Examine Patients Virtually [Video]

HealthSpot provides a convenient and affordable healthcare system.

Yi Chen
  • 19 february 2013

The HealthSpot Station is a small walk-in station that is designed to be a convenient and affordable healthcare system for the community. The kiosk is equipped with a teleconference system, and allows the visitor to directly speak with and see a doctor on-screen, and in a private setting.

Upon arrival, the patient is greeted by an attendant who guides them through the process, and checks them in. In the booth, there are medical tools where the doctor can guide the patient on how to use them. The doctor is able to remotely gather necessary data such as weight, height, temperature, and blood pressure.


Over 40-million people in the U.S. are expected to become insured under the new provisions of the Affordable Care Act. HealthSpot Station can be quickly set up and the booths costs between $10,000 to $15,000. Per visit to the station is expected to cost between $60 – $80.

Watch the video below to see how the HealthSpot Station works:



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