DUBLIN and NEW YORK – LetsGetChecked, a medical health testing platform that allows customers to access regulated laboratory testing and self-test from home, has raised $12 million in Series A funding to scale the company, fuel development of the platform and grow the full clinical support team. “With easier access to testing, individuals can change how and when they are diagnosed, leading to better clinical outcomes,” said Peter Foley, founder of LetsGetChecked, in a statement. “Our goal is to provide individuals with greater control of their health through accessible technology and to continue partnering with more labs and health systems to bring more specialized testing direct to consumers.” The company’s portfolio of testing options includes lifestyle testing, cancer screening, sexual health testing, and fertility and hormone testing. A user can order a physician approved laboratory test online and receive it within a matter of days. The test-kits are completely anonymous, containing only a patient identifier to maintain privacy and confidentiality, and all patient requests and results are reviewed by a board- certified physician. If a patient receives positive or out of range results a member of the nursing team contacts the patient to provide support. Only after that call has been completed will results be released to the patient’s dashboard, where they can track and manage their results over time.
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