Vancouver’s UniDoc is innovating in the health care sector with the addition of the H3 Health Cube to its growing lineup of new telehealth solutions.
UniDoc’s H3 Health Cube is a complete virtual care solution that facilitates remote doctor/patient engagement in locations ranging from pharmacies to community centres.
The H3 Health Cube is one of several kiosk models under development at UniDoc and is specifically designed to meet Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design and related international equivalents.
The H3 will be large enough to allow for technologies requiring enhanced privacy and advanced technical capability which may require a trained technician within the booth to assist the remote practitioner and patient.
The kiosk will also be small enough to allow for consideration within many of the primary locations envisaged by UniDoc for all its products. Locations such as hospitals, pharmacies, community centres, government institutions and care facilities are primary targets for deployment.
Each H3 Health Cube will be designed to offer UV-C self sanitization and easy clean surfaces for protection against the spread of bacteria and viral infections.
The H3 cube will provide full privacy, adjustable lighting, modular expandability to accommodate multiple diagnostic technical packages, robust internet connectivity, climate control and enclosure designs suited for either indoor or outdoor environments.
“The H3 Health Cube has already been prototyped and we plan to commence pilot field studies shortly. As the year progresses, we look forward to introducing several additional configurations and option packages designed to extend the utility and functionality of our Virtual Care Solution Model,” UniDoc CEO Antonio Baldassarre advises.
“This new product was designed to specifically address several gaps in the marketplace for diagnostic procedures that require moderate assistance such as accomplishing an electrocardiogram (ECG) which requires precise placement of the test leads.”
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