MONROVIA, Calif. — Regulators in Canada have given a maker of health kiosks the green light to start marketing its products there.
Stayhealthy said Health Canada's Medical Devices Bureau had granted it a license to sell its HealthCenter Kiosk, models 650 and 650-C. The kiosks measure blood pressure, heart rate, total body weight, body-mass index, total body composition and vision and can incorporate data on blood glucose.
"With Health Canada's approval of our clinical-grade HealthCenters, final negotiations can proceed with several key prospective partnerships, which have been ongoing," Stayhealth CEO John Collins said. "We are pleased to expand our products and services into the Canadian market, which has similar challenges and opportunities as the United States."