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SoloHealth Station tops 40 million consumer engagements
December 23rd, 2013
ATLANTA – SoloHealth's SoloHealth Station health and wellness kiosk has exceeded the 40 million mark in consumer engagements, averaging almost 130,000 users per day.
The company said Friday that its health station is drawing about 10 million users per quarter and projecting 40 million annually. Texas, Florida, California, Georgia and North Carolina are leading all states in consumer engagement and usage rates.
SoloHealth Stations are currently located in more than 3,500 retail locations across the nation, with users spending about 4.5 minutes per session.
The SoloHealth Station provides consumers with a digital, self-service health care platform that includes free health and wellness services, biometric screenings, health risk assessments and information. The kiosk also connects consumers to local professionals through their databases.
In addition, the station offers highly personalized, targeted and interactive opportunities for consumers, advertisers and retailers by placing kiosks in high-traffic retail locations and offering integration across a mult-platform ecosystem complete with digital signage, Internet and mobile, according to the company. The SoloHealth Station is backed by technology that allows for flexibility to make changes remotely and quickly so the company can continue to expand the services offered to consumers and partners.
"We are thrilled to offer millions of Americans a health care access platform that delivers free health and wellness services, tools and information in convenient retail locations nationwide," stated Bart Foster, founder and chief executive officer of SoloHealth. "We are now within driving distance of 79% of the U.S. population, which shows the scale and reach of the station across the nation. As we grow, we are exploring new ways our versatile platform can help connect users to the data, services and information vital to impact their health and produce better healthcare outcomes."
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