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FORT WASHINGTON, Pa. — Adflow Health Networks announced a large-scale deployment of its consumer health platform.
Adflow Health Networks' Personal Health Center, an interactive digital media platform, provides consumers with access to trusted healthcare content and services, together with the ability to perform a wide range of Food and Drug Administration-cleared screenings, Adflow Health said. The full-scale deployment includes implementation across retail locations, worksites and high traffic areas.
Adflow Health Networks said the full-scale deployment would be aided by a strategic investment from a Fortune 100 healthcare company that declined to be named.
"This strategic relationship positions Adflow Health to set the standard for consumer health engagement solutions to consumers, retailers, employers, health plans and consumer marketers," Adflow Health Networks CEO Mel Stein said. "The strategic and operational alignment of our companies allows us to accelerate the deployment of our digital health platforms replacing antiquated analog kiosks, which serve more than 140 million Americans annually. We have reached an inflection point in the personal health management market and it is time for innovative technology to bring the consumer, caregivers, commerce and content together in convenient locations across the country."
Stein said assistance from the company's strategic adviser and merchant banking partner, BPC Group, and its investment bank, Bryant Park Capital, was "immeasurable in forming the value proposition for our company, which was only a concept when Bryant Park was engaged."