Said assets include 191 telemedicine kiosks, just 54 of which had ever been deployed; Rite Aid was HealthSpot's biggest customer.
Rather than trying to reorganize its operations, the company has filed Chapter 7 papers in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Columbus, Ohio.
Cleveland Clinic and pharmacy chain Rite Aid are no longer housing HealthSpot's telehealth stations in their facilities.
The company will use the Samsung LABGEO PT10, a compact clinical chemistry analyzer, that will enable it to provide affordable and on-demand lab results.
Covering select locations in Akron/Canton, Cleveland and Dayton/Springfield - these stations allow customers to access a variety of healthcare services.
The funding will help HealthSpot deploy kiosks to retail pharmacies, large employers, long-term care centers and emergency departments throughout the U.S.