iAssay, Point of care diagnostics.

Improves patient outcomes and saves Healthcare money

Immediate test results and patient treatment reduces the likelihood of a readmission “within 30 days of discharge” that could result in hospital penalties under Accountable Care.

Analytical Precision

Analytical Precision

Wireless Reporting

Wireless Reporting

Real-time Decisions

Real-time Decisions

“Consolidates and replaces all tests devices in the market in a single device, eliminating multiple daily trips with blood samples to central labs by testing the patient wherever they are. Our device is smartphone embedded, offering maximum utility through unlimited apps designed for the system. The only device truly suitable for home health care diagnostics”

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Billion
The 2016 Worldwide POCT Market
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Thousand
Phone Apps in Connected Health
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Thousand
Medical Consults per Month
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Million
Hospitals Readmissions Penalties in 2015

Today’s Challenging POCT Process Without iAssay

Problems

  • Non-compliance – patient doesn’t visit lab for follow-up tests, so professional comes to them
  • Time + money wasted by nurse transporting samples to the lab
  • Test results are not uploaded to Cloud or populated into EMRs/EHRs
  • Less exams per day – Nurse becomes samples courier
  • If doctor decides that additional tests are needed, the nurse visits the patient again
Process

The Improved POCT Process With iAssay

Process

Advantages/Benefits

  • Results from whole blood in minutes, uploaded to the Cloud, then populated into EMRs
  • Instant access to results – faster decisions – Telehealth Opportunity
  • Lower costs – costs less than sending to a lab
  • Lower costs – eliminate time and expense of transporting samples
  • Ensure sample integrity – less possibility of sample degradation
  • Turn Home Visit indo Diagnostic and Learning Experience
  • Simple hand-held device, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, ‘open platform’ – universal format, disposable tests
  • Bonus – Possible New Revenue Stream for HCOs an Traveling Nurse Associations

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