June 20, 2022
10 Minute Read
- Home tests – also called self-tests or home-use tests – are typically sold over the counter and allow users to test self-collected specimens and interpret the results on their own without the help of trained health professionals.
- Most recently, the Covid-19 pandemic has increased the demand for, patient familiarity with, and investment in home testing technologies.
- At home diagnostic tests are disrupting two elements of healthcare: care delivery, and cost and payment models.