Self Empowering & Enabling Kiosk is a non-invasive health screening kiosk which serves as a self-help machine to evaluate not just personal physiologic measurements but functions beyond what a simple measurement device can do.
S.E.E.K. helps to increase access to primary healthcare services and present greater autonomy, flexibility and convenience in terms of accessible location and 24/7 access to users empowering them to take charge and plan ahead for their health.
- Reducing visits from well-controlled chronic patients
- Improving risk stratification of patients before primary care visit.
- Increasing access to preventive health and acute care.
- Increasing screening for the general population.
Features and benefits:
- Patient / User Registrations
- Support general pre-consultation or health screening questions
- Users can see their current health status against their target range
- Support specific questions relating to cardiovascular health, diabetes, depression, asthma, lifestyle and health related habits
- Usable by patient’s care team or patients themselves
- Gives personalised advice based on user’s parameters acting as a tool for individuals to monitor their health regularly
- User-centered design
- Multiple Language Selection
Users and reasons for using S.E.E.K.:
Clinics and Hospitals
Health Monitoring in primary care setting as pre-doctor consult prior to being sent to treatment room/doctor consultation room.
Suitable for patients with the following diagnosis:
- High Cholesterol Prevention & Health Promotion
Users with chronic diseases
Monitoring for review and to control disease
Preventive Care / Active Workforces
Screening for Hypertension, Obesity, Depression and Asthma. Preventive health care, acute care for specific set of relatively minor clinical conditions.
Screening and Triaging for doctor/nurse consultation in the ED.
General Public Health
Increase awareness of one’s health, encourage reflection and motivate to take action for healthy living.
Based on health monitoring, prompt action and participation in activities to help achieve goals of active aging.
Physiologic and Chronic Disease Monitoring Measurements
- HbA1C (Glycated Haemoglobin)
- LDL(Low-density Lipoprotein)
- Blood Pressure
- Body Mass Index(BMI) – Height and Weight
- Heart Rate