Cue Health announced the nationwide launch of a new suite of at-home diagnostic test kits. These new kits provide individuals with expanded access to accurate testing from home, the company says.

The tests are integrated into Cue Care—the company’s test-to-treat service. Cue provides personalized care and access to convenient treatment, including e-prescriptions and medication delivery, from the patient’s home.

Each Cue Health at-home test kit includes all of the supplies needed for safe, easy, and private sample collection. After the sample is sent to and processed by an independent, CLIA-certified laboratory, easy-to-understand results are securely delivered back to the customer in the Cue Health App, along with information about their condition or concern. Customers can then choose to use Cue Care to consult virtually with a healthcare provider and receive personalized care and, if appropriate, treatment delivered quickly.

The following Cue Health test kits are now available, with more planned over time:

Heart Health Test Kits

  • Heart Health Panel
  • Cardiac Risk Apo A+B Test

Sexual Health Test Kits

  • Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
  • Herpes Panel
  • Men’s Sexual Health Panel
  • Women’s Sexual Health Panel

Women’s Health Test Kits

  • Women’s Fertility Panel
  • Women’s Health Panel

Metabolic Health Test Kits

  • Liver Panel
  • Kidney Panel

Wellness Test Kits

  • Food Sensitivity Panel
  • Colon Cancer Screening
  • Vitamin D Test

“Our new suite of at-home diagnostic test kits puts people in greater control of their health by providing more actionable information about a wide variety of common conditions that often go undiagnosed and untreated,” says Clint Sever, chief product officer of Cue Health. “These health and wellness tests complement our diagnostic testing strategy, and we continue to make progress developing new tests for respiratory, sexual, and metabolic health using our innovative technology.”

This new suite of at-home diagnostic tests is available for purchase in the Cue Health App and on the Cue Health website. Cue says it will also look to further expand Cue Care and address even more common conditions and health concerns.

“We are breaking down barriers in healthcare delivery to make at-home testing easier to access and act upon,” says David Tsay, MD, PhD, chief medical officer for Cue Health. “Americans are now embracing accessing healthcare from the convenience of their home. So we seamlessly integrated these new test kits into our platform, empowering people to consult with a provider immediately after they get their test result so they can make timely and informed decisions about their health. We are committed to improving public health outcomes, and believe that these innovations will help us achieve that goal.”

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