As our population ages and our medical knowledge increases, especially in terms of prevention of illness, delivery of appropriate medical services and information becomes ever-more of a challenge. It’s not surprising therefore, that the medical profession is embracing self-service technology for certain aspects of their care.

Smart kiosks can now offer certain routine health screening checks, such as blood pressure monitoring, Kiosks are also used to deliver public health information, especially in remote areas, far from a traditional medical practice.

Hospitals and clinics are large and can be difficult to navigate, and technology is helping here too, with kiosks for wayfinding to get patients and visitors straight to where they need to be.

Neo works with a range of healthcare providers to supply the right self-service solutions for effective and efficient delivery of services and information. Neo’s user-friendly, microbe-resistant and maintainability ensures their kiosks are always in tip-top health.

  • Kiwirrkurra Community Hitnet Kiosk

    Kiwirrkurra is so remote, it makes Kintore East look almost suburban. Kintore East is a mere 17 hour drive from Alice Springs, the nearest town of any size. In fact, if you are heading to Kiwirrkurra, you pass through Kintore East. Just make sure you top up your fuel and water, as you have another 9 hours of punishing driving ahead, and in all probability, you will be driving in temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius.

    What you will find when you get to Kiwirrkurra is a rather unique piece of technology for such a place. And that’s a Hitnet kiosk and digital hub.

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