Home[Podcast] The rise of personalized healthcare through home blood testing

[Podcast] The rise of personalized healthcare through home blood testing

Listen to the latest episode of the Healthcare Weekly Podcast as Codrin Arsene talks to Jani Tuomi, one of the co-founders of imaware, a blood testing platform which allows patients to test for celiac disease & rheumatoid arthritis from the comfort of their homes.

The global health self-monitoring technology market will reach $19 billion by the end of 2019.

Learn how imaware has built a home test and robust user experience helping customers understand their condition on their own, without the help of a doctor or physician.

Defining and designing the final blood testing digital report took over 200 iterations, highlighting how crucial it is for companies to get the UX for a health product right.

The Canadian startup has already processed tens of thousands of test and has big plans for the future.

Listen to the podcast to learn about:

– How imaware works

– Why at-home monitoring testing is the future of health

– How imaware went through 200 iterations to create the perfect online test report experience

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– The future of the at-home testing industry.

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