January 28, 2011 in ATDC News

Startup Chronicles: SoloHealth’s Expansion

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Just about everybody has had their blood pressure tested by one of those machines in the local drugstore, but how about your eyesight? SoloHealth’s inaugural product offering Eyesite, an interactive self-service kiosk for vision testing, has helped SoloHealth to experience tremendous growth and the company is now looking to double their workforce this year, so job seekers rejoice and read on.

SoloHealth was founded in 2007 with the aim to help individuals assess their health via the use of self-service kiosks installed at high traffic retail locations. In order to support their growth and ambitions, the company was able to secure a $1.2M grant from the National Institute of Health in May of 2010, which CEO Bart Foster thanks Julie Foster of ATDC for her invaluable assistance with.

Even more so than a kiosk company, Mr. Foster stresses that SoloHealth is a data company, with the Eyesite kiosk just being the point of entry. His company is interested in wellness and prevention, empowering customers to take care of themselves and live happier and healthier lives. And the Eyesite kiosk is just the beginning; be on the lookout for the release of exciting new and innovative interactive self-service kiosks coming from SoloHealth in the very near future.

If SoloHealth sounds like the type of company you’d like to work for, then please follow the link because they’d love to speak with you: http://www.solohealth.com/7_1.php

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