8 in 10 Americans at risk for CKD don’t take their annual urine test. Reach the untested by enabling them to test themselves at their convenience.
Member receives a Minuteful Kidney kit straight to their door
Member takes the test at home using their smartphone
Results are directly shared with the member's provider
Kerry Willis, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer, National Kidney Foundation
An official Healthy.io partner
Adult Americans at risk of CKD
Adherence rates reached compared to traditional methods
Medicare expenditure on CKD
The Minuteful Kidney test app and kit allow people to test themselves at home for signs of CKD and receive immediate clinical results. Using colorimetric analysis, computer vision, and AI we transform the smartphone camera into a clinical-grade medical device. The app walks the user through a simple test, making it as easy as snapping a photo.
Reduce the total cost of care by preventing progression of CKD, increase risk scoring, and improve quality metrics.
3-year net gain per identified member
Positive return on investment
Additional gains from improved quality metrics
We take care of the whole process. We ship and deliver kits to eligible members and ensure they take the test. Their doctors receive the results for follow-up.
Engage previously untested members by giving them the freedom to test when it's most convenient for them, from the comfort of their home.
Our user-friendly app makes testing at home as easy as taking a photo. People of all ages can test in under 3 minutes, with a 98% user satisfaction rate.
Our AI and computer vision technology calibrates the dipstick scan and analyzes the results regardless of lighting conditions, setting, or device type, ensuring clinical-grade results.
How at-home screening improved adherence rates among previously untested, at-risk populations.
Read the clinical study
More than 80 million Americans are at risk for CKD. New technologies and initiatives can help save lives and cut costs.
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To improve outcomes, healthcare must find its way into patients' priorities and empower them to take control of their health.
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