Inside the HealthSpot: Devices making telehealth possible
The 8-foot-by-5-foot walk-in kiosk provides acute-care patients access to diagnosis and treatment by board-certified doctors through high-definition video conferencing and these interactive, digital telehealth tools.
Doctors can direct patients to this blood pressure monitor to assess basic health conditions.
This dermascope gives doctors a magnified view of the patient's skin in the event of any rashes or abnormalities that are of concern. The device transmits a video feed of the patient's skin onto a screen for both the doctor and patient to see and discuss.
This otoscope provides doctors a video feed of the patient's inner ear or the back of their throat, transmitting the feed to the screen for visualization and discussion.
This pulse oximeter slides onto the patient's finger to easily obtain a reading of the patient's heartbeat and rate. All of the devices are secured to the kiosk via pull cords and remain locked in compartments until opened by the doctor.
This stethoscope allows doctors to listen to the patient's breathing and lung condition.
Another view of the stethoscope shows the front panel that the patient places on their body as directed by the doctor. All equipment is designed to allow for thorough sanitation between each use.
This digital ear thermometer reads a patient's body temperature, giving indication of a present illness.