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How to close the HEDIS® kidney gap with home testing1

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Implement the new kidney health quality measure

The new Kidney Health Evaluation for Patients with Diabetes (KED) measure requires that at-risk members take an annual urine ACR test in addition to a blood eGFR test. But 80% aren't doing the urine test, creating a major gap. Reach the untested by enabling them to test at home.

Kit delivered

Member receives a Minuteful Kidney kit straight to their door

Member tests

Member takes the test at home using their smartphone

Immediate results

Results are directly shared with the member's provider

Provide care when and where your members need it

1 in 3

Adult Americans at risk of CKD


Members not in line with current quality measures

$120 billion

Medicare expenditure on CKD

Using Minuteful Kidney

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.

This new test has the potential to help millions of patients find out if they have CKD while there is still time to prevent progression to kidney failure.

Kerry Willis, PhD

Chief Scientific Officer, National Kidney Foundation

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National Kidney Foundation

Validated outcomes for health plans2

Raise quality score performance, improve risk scoring, and reduce the total cost of care by preventing progression of CKD.


Align with KED measure and improve risk scoring


3-year net gain per identified member


Positive return on investment


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Citations and Footnotes
  1. This device is currently limited to investigational use in the United States.

  2. Outcomes derived from a model performed by an external credentialed actuary. The model is based on actuarial evaluation of medical and pharmacy claims data representing 4.9 million members managed under Medicare Advantage and 12.7 million members managed under commercial plans. Net gain and ROI is calculated assuming proper management and treatment of the disease after diagnosis.

    HEDIS® is a registered trademark of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).