Buy vs Build: 6 Problems with Launching Lab Testing on Your Own
In the era of personalised healthcare, granular health insights have become crucial for companies to stay competitive. The most invasive of these insights can include blood, urine or saliva tests analyzed in labs. Whether you are a men’s health company looking to launch testosterone test kits or a diabetes management company testing for HbA1C and lipids, venturing into the realm of lab testing can be complex and fraught with challenges. This article will be your go-to-guide on the complexities of launching your own lab testing operations and may get you to think again about whether to buy vs build 😉
What’s the best at-home blood collection method?
At-home blood collection test kits are a quick and efficient way for users to get objective data about their health without the hassle of traditional doctor’s visits for blood tests. We’ve put together this guide for your reference, as well as our own experience trying the different at home methods.
What is at-home lab testing?
With the rise of COVID, many people are adapting to at-home testing. Companies are providing more at-home testing solutions and diagnostics as a result. More and more types of tests are becoming available each day, and consumers are enjoying the freedom of ordering labs they are interested in.