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UniDoc receives purchase order from HP Inc. for H3 Health Cubes

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The order includes six indoor and four outdoor-rated cubes, equipped with eHealth instruments and NEIL Connect® AI software.

VANCOUVER — UniDoc Health Corp., a manufacturer in the eHealth sector, announces that it has received an inaugural purchase order from HP Inc. for ten (10) AI-equipped H3 Health Cubes. The order includes six indoor and four outdoor-rated cubes, equipped with eHealth instruments and NEIL Connect® AI software.

UniDoc CEO Antonio Baldassarre states, “Our agreement with HP is starting to bear fruit. We are pleased with this first purchase order and continue to work with both their Italian and global teams on other exciting opportunities. This order validates our collaboration and sets a strong foundation for future growth.”

The H3 Health Cubes will be deployed across a network of Italian pharmacies located in the Basilicata, Veneto, Tuscany, and Lazio regions of Italy. These units are reportedly designed to integrate a range of physical products, web-based services, and analytical tools, providing comprehensive eHealth solutions. NEIL Connect® software, incorporated into each H3 Health Cube, enhances connectivity between patients and healthcare providers by integrating AI with diagnostic tools and communication technology. This platform reportedly ensures HIPAA-compliant, customizable data management and virtual consultation capabilities, thereby improving diagnostic precision and patient outcomes.

NEIL Connect® tries to replicate the in-person consultation experience, enabling doctors to receive all diagnostic readings from medical devices while maintaining visual and auditory communication with patients.

This order is an addition to the previously announced cube sold to the Municipality of Aliano.

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