The autonomous self-check station allows clients to measure their blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen saturation, temperature, weight and body composition. In addition, an electrocardiogram (ECG) can be taken to measure the heart’s activity. The client receives a printout of the measurement results containing no personal information. The measurements take about ten minutes.
“Innovations like the MedicubeX e-Health Station are welcome in health stations. I believe in the readiness of our clients to start using new technologies like this. Introducing the autonomous health-check station also contributes to the efficiency of our services,” says Timo Lukkarinen, Medical Director of Health Stations in Helsinki.
Introducing the autonomous health-check station also contributes to the efficiency.
The pilot will run for a year. It is part of the City of Helsinki’s development and testing platform activities, which aim to develop future well-being services together with partners. Helsinki offers a trial platform for testing, developing and scaling up new innovations.