Mobility exchange kiosk Stations

Bringing community-based resources and clinical care directly into the hands of underserved communities.

Mobility Exchange’s Kiosk Stations use innovative technology to expand the availability of community-based resources.

Mobility Exchange Kiosk stations bring community-based resources and clinical care directly into the hands of underserved communities. The platform contains a digital library of easily accessible clinical care resources, education on health conditions, along with telemedicine technology.

Other community-based resources available include education on topics such as housing, employment, behavioral health, parenting guidance, coping skills, substance abuse, and more. Resources are shared through digital web-based content such as articles and links, and audio files, and videos and are completely customized to the organization.

Health plan members can visit these stations conveniently located in places such as healthcare facilities, emergency departments, high traffic community-based organizations, or homeless shelters. These resources supplied by healthcare providers and other community-based resources eliminate the barrier of a lack of a mobile device or limited data plans within various communities.

Many resources are available to assist communities that face health, financial, education, and housing disparities. However, access to those resources is a significant problem. This technology aims to overcome this access barrier by utilizing innovative technology to expand outreach and engagement to underserved communities.

Mobility Exchange Kiosk Station

Integrating this technology into communities removes access barriers, overcomes operational challenges, and creates a stronger connection between patients, clinical care providers, and community services, resulting in better patient care for communities in need.
Integrating this technology into communities removes access barriers, overcomes operational challenges, and creates a stronger connection between patients, clinical care providers, and community services, resulting in better patient care for communities in need.

Key resources accessible

Clinical Care Resources

Education on Health Conditions

Telemedicine Technology

Web-based Content Such as Articles, Links, Audio files, and Videos