Bankrupt HealthSpot to sell $3.5 million in assets

HealthSpot, the telemedicine kiosk provider which went out of business in early January, is now putting its assets up for sale to help repay creditors, reports Columbus Business First.

HealthSpot was a telemedicine kiosk vendor that provided portable video consulting technology. The company had partnered with organizations including Cleveland Clinic and Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente.

The company, based in Dublin, Ohio, is reportedly selling nearly 190 telemedicine booths, software and other assets that are valued at approximately $3.5 million.

Myron Terlecky, a Columbus lawyer and the bankruptcy trustee for HealthSpot, will oversee the sale of the assets. Mr. Terlecky has established a website for prospective buyers to look at the inventory, and approximately 20 parties have already expressed interest in the assets, according to the report.

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