Atlanta, Georgia-based health kiosk company SoloHealth raised $4.3 million in equity and securities, according to an SEC filing. This brings the company's total funding to at least $25.8 million.
Existing investors include WellPoint, Novartis, Dell, and Coinstar. Walter Huff, founder and former chairman of a medical information systems firm acquired by McKesson, called HBO & Company, has also invested in SoloHealth.
SoloHealth's FDA-cleared kiosks offers health screenings for blood pressure, vision, weight, and BMI. Users can also use the kiosk to take health risk assessments or use a symptom checker. After users are finished with their screenings, they receive a customized report with health scores and data. The data is stored on SoloHealth's platform so when users visit in the future, they can track their progression. Health data gathered during visits can also be accessed through an online SoloHealth member account.
The kiosks are located in select Walmart, Sam’s Club, Safeway, and Schnuck Markets locations.
Last year, the company said they were in over 3,500 retail locations and that its kiosks had seen over 40 million consumer interactions. Nationwide, SoloHealth said its kiosks were seeing 130,000 users per day and the average time users spent at the kiosk was 4.5 minutes.