Test your kidneys from the comfort of home

Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield invites you to test with Kidney Check. Easily check your kidneys in 5 minutes using your smartphone, at no cost 

Learn about Kidney Check with Dr. Jonah Mink

See what Kidney Check users have to say: 

Time saver
Time saver

"It was easy, perfect step-by-step instructions. It saves everyone time.”

Incredibly easy
Incredibly easy

"Excellent instructions. Made it incredibly easy to perform the test.”

Quick and easy
Quick and easy

"It was a quick and easy test .... I found this much better than having to go to a lab to have it done.”

Very helpful
Very helpful

"I felt AWESOME! Educated about what questions I should be asking my doctor.”

A simple urine test can make all the difference

Kidney Check allows you to take a urine test at home using your smartphone. Simply dip, scan and get results on the spot.

How does it work?

Get Kit

Receive a Kidney Check kit straight to your door

Get Tested

Complete the test using a smartphone app

Get Results

Share the results directly with your doctor

Download the Kidney Check app to get started!

Click to download

1 in 3 Americans are at risk for kidney disease

37 million already have it and 90% don't know it because the disease has no symptoms in its early stages.

Are you at risk?

Diabetes
Diabetes

Uncontrolled Diabetes or elevated sugar in your blood increases your risk of developing kidney disease.

High Blood Pressure
High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure can put too much strain on your kidneys and cause damage. This damage can lead to chronic kidney disease over time.

Family History
Family History

Family history plays a significant role in contributing to the risk of getting CKD. Anyone with a family history or who is over the age of 45 should take a test annually.

Age
Age

The risk for kidney disease increases with age. This risk doubles from the age of 45 and increases sixfold by the age of 65.*

Kidney Check is brought to you by Healthy.io

Healthy.io is the global leader in turning the smartphone camera into a clinical grade medical device, shifting testing from the clinic to the home with no quality compromise delivering healthcare at the speed of life.

Check out healthy.io for more info.

This device is currently limited to investigational use in the United States.