SoloHealth joins former president's health initiative
ATLANTA — Health kiosk maker SoloHealth has joined a health program led by former president Bill Clinton, the company said Wednesday.
The company announced that it had joined the William J. Clinton Foundation's 2013 Clinton Health Matters Initiative, along with such other companies as General Electric, Humana and Tenet Healthcare. The goal of the CHMI is to improve the health and well-being of people across the country by encouraging individuals, communities and organizations to make meaningful contributions to the health of others. For its part, SoloHealth will build and distribute a tobacco-cessation education module across its SoloHealth Station kiosks, which are placed in thousands of retail locations around the country.
SoloHealth founder and CEO Bart Foster stands next to former president Bill Clinton. SoloHealth announced Wednesday that it would join the William J. Clinton Foundation's 2013 Clinton Health Matters Initiative.
"We are absolutely thrilled and honored to work with President Clinton and his foundation for this noble and inspiring initiative," SoloHealth CEO Bart Foster said. "As leaders in the healthcare space, we have the responsibility to tackle the issues that lead toward making our world healthier. We look forward to rolling out our smoking-cessation program and our ongoing efforts with the foundation and its Clinton Health Matters Initiative."