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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — SoloHealth founder and CEO Bart Foster has joined the Dell Innovators Credit Fund Founders Club, which computer manufacturer Dell created for what it regards as innovative business leaders, SoloHealth said.
The group, whose membership is by invitation only, is part of the Dell Innovators Credit Fund, the computer maker's commitment of up to $100 million to fuel entrepreneurial initiatives in the global marketplace through end-to-end technology solutions, access to credit, advice and expertise. Dell is a strategic partner with SoloHealth, which uses Dell's OEM Solutions technology, development and deployment expertise in its SoloHealth Station kiosks. The two companies have produced more than 1,400 kiosks in retail locations nationwide, and Foster was invited to display the station and participate in Dell's annual DellWorld event that took place in December 2012.
The news comes weeks after SoloHealth announced its partnership with the William J. Clinton Foundation's 2013 Clinton Health Matters Initiative, which also includes companies like GE, Humana and Tenet Healthcare Corp.