Japan's Good Design Award has given its top honor to a company that "stands as a testament to human-centric design," per a press release.
That company is China's Ping An Health, which has just received the award for its "One Minute Clinic," a remote medical terminal that it says is the country's first commercial medical and healthcare intelligent terminal.
Described as a "one-stop remote terminal," the One Minute Clinic features a private consultation space, an advanced medicine cabinet, and AI-driven diagnostic and treatment capabilities, as well as cutting-edge voice recognition technology.
The press release notes that the terminal " seamlessly connects users to a vast network of approximately 50,000 internal and affiliated medical professionals, encompassing doctors, fitness experts, nutritionists, and mental health counselors across 22 departments."
The One Minute Clinic also features online consultations, prescription issuance, and medication procurement, all on a single platform.
The press release notes that the platform is especially helpful for residents in remote areas with limited resources, as it allows them to access health care services via the convenience of a single location.
Ping An says it plans to expand the One Minute Clinic to other parts of China, as well as into the corporate health management market. Read the Entire Article
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