Las Vegas, US, January 8, 2013
1. Wide exterior of HealthSpot kiosk
2. Tracking shot of woman walking into kiosk and sitting down
3. Mid shot of woman typing in information and query
4. Mid shot of HealthSpot attendant putting a blood pressure sleeve onto woman
5. Close-up of blood pressure sleeve
6. Mid shot of attendant removing blood pressure sleeve
7. SOUNDBITE: (English), Steve Cashman, CEO, HealthSpot
“So HealthSpot’s mission is to create access to high quality and affordable health care. So how we’re doing that and what we’re doing is basically, how many times have you woke up, you’re sick and you have a fairly good idea of what you have and that path forward to getting to an urgent care to your doctor, get your medicine and get back to work is painful and expensive. So what we’re trying to do is create a convenient access to health care in your local pharmacy.”
8. Tilt down, HealthSpot terminal
9. SOUNDBITE: (English), Steve Cashman, CEO, HealthSpot
“We do have a doctor shortage, so it’s all about how we use doctors time more efficiently. And how do we know we’re seeing a quality doc? If so were able to do that, select a doctor with a large health system that’s a quality provider and you’re able to quickly get in and get out and get on down the road back to what you’re doing and feeling better.”
10. Close to mid tracking shot of woman removing device from wall and inserting it in ear
11. SOUNDBITE: (English), Steve Cashman, CEO, HealthSpot
“You’re sick, you go to our mobile app, you go through, you touch a few buttons and say I’ve got some inner ear pain, next thing you know you’re in the pharmacy seeing the doc and walking out with a script, all conveniently in 10 or 15 minutes.”
12. Mid shot of woman holding stethoscope following instructions from a doctor on the monitor in front of her
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Steve Cashman, CEO, HealthSpot
“Our goal is to put out one thousand of these units in 2013. Here the show we’ve announced partnership with a few groups, Miami Children’s Hospital, University Hospital. But they’ll start popping up across the 50 states.”
14. UPSOUND: (English), HealthSpot remote demo doctor (speaking on monitor to woman)
“Good morning, welcome to HealthSpot. My name is Alex and I will be your provider today. I’m located in Dublin, Ohio and I can see today that you have checked in with a fever. We will go ahead and activate some devices to help diagnose your symptoms today and we will go ahead and start with the dermascope. The dermascope is equipped with a digital camera, it can be used to diagnose skin conditions, your throat conditions and also eyes. So if you would like to go ahead and place that against your eye we can capture an image of your eye. I’m going to go ahead and capture that image.”
11. Close-up, HealthSpot screen
12. UPSOUND: (English), HealthSpot remote, demo doctor
“We could use those to diagnose for a possible ear infection. If you want to go ahead and place that inside your ear.”
13. Mid shot of woman exiting HealthSpot kiosk
The latest computer electronics has transformed the family physician into a Dr. Who style Tardis.
The one stop clinic on show at CES in Las Vegas is a remote controlled surgery where a health worker hundreds of miles away takes you through a ‘do it yourself’ examination.
It’s an unassuming little box.
But according to its manufacturer if you’re feeling ill, this booth is all you need.
It a doctors surgery with all the kit and it can be placed anywhere although initially it’ll probably be found in pharmacies.
HealthSpot is is a self-contained examination room which makes seeing the doctor seem a bit more high tech.
hundreds, or thousands of miles away from their patients.
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