The name game GSA adds health screening

A preventative health screening station offered by Computerized Screening Inc., Sparks, Nev., has gained a spot in the General Services Administration's fitness vendor catalog. The health station determines blood pressure, weight, fitness and health. It also offers the ability for users to compile and store test results along with information on physician visits, hospitalizations and prescription histories, all of which can be made accessible via the Internet. The company plans to market the stations to agencies and publicly funded health organizations.


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