Healthyr for Pharmaceutical Companies

Partnerships to increase patient diagnosis and improve health outcomes.

Our Trusted Health Solutions

Healthyr empowers pharmaceutical companies to address the country's most common chronic diseases, infectious diseases, and cancer remotely, improving patient access and health outcomes.

How Healthyr Can Benefit Pharmaceutical Companies

Drive medication awareness

Smart serve advertising to at-risk populations can increase medication awareness directly with people affected by the condition.

Improve medication participation

Remote screening and diagnosis can help patients get treatment sooner, increasing medication participation and improving health outcomes.

Identify populations in need

Healthyr's anonymized population data can identify trends and conditions that need attention or invention while remaining HIPAA compliant and adhering to FDA guidelines.

Grow clinical trials

Smart serve clinical trial opportunities to the exact populations required.

Monitor medication efficacy

Routine testing of people being treated for chronic conditions can provide anonymized insight into how well a particular medication is managing a disease.

Case Study: How a Healthyr Partnership Can Support Your Goals

Healthyr recently partnered with a large pharmaceutical company to support outreach efforts for a Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) medication.

Because Chronic Kidney Disease shows no symptoms in its early stages, patients are often missed until their condition is more severe. But early diagnosis can be lifesaving when combined with proper medication to slow the progression of the disease.

Through our remote testing services, Healthyr is able to identify patients in need sooner, driving medication participation and improving health outcomes.

CKD Outreach Steps:


Use remote screening to identify at-risk patients. Healthyr attends conferences, fairs, and large-scale events with urine analysis test strips to perform initial kidney disease screening. Patients who receive an abnormal result are directed to Healthyr’s more in-depth Kidney Health Test, which tests three indicators of CKD.


Direct at-risk patients to necessary care. People with results indicative of reduced kidney function are directed to telehealth services. The results from their tests can be used by healthcare providers to diagnose and action next steps


Drive medication participation. Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease are prescribed medication to treat the condition, resulting in slowed disease progression and improved health outcomes.

How Does Remote Health Testing Work?

Dried Blood Spot Testing

Healthyr uses a form of diagnostics called Dried Blood Spot (DBS) Testing, a form of microsampling that has been in use since the 1960s in neonatal care and health testing in some of the world’s most remote locations. We have expanded this technology to accurately test a wide range of health biomarkers, allowing people to check various aspects of their health from the comfort of home.

The tests utilize an ADX sample collection card, which separates the blood solids from the blood plasma. Users prick their finger with a lancet and place a few drops onto the sample collection card. Once dry, the sample is placed in a biohazard bag and mailed to our lab, after which they will receive their test results within 3 days of lab receipt.

Urine Analysis Testing

Two types of urine analysis are currently used by Healthyr. The first tests urine which users collect and mail to the lab, after which test results are uploaded within 3 days of lab receipt. The second utilizes test strips which users dip into a sample and get near-instant results.

The benefits of at-home testing
The benefits of at-home testing

Certifications, Safety Protocols, and Accreditations 

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The College of American Pathologists (CAP) is considered the gold standard in lab testing quality regulation in the United States. They use strict guidelines and standards to ensure that CAP-accredited labs maintain the accuracy of test results, ensure accurate patient diagnosis, meet or exceed standards for patient care and safety, stay up-to-date with changes in laboratory medicine and technological best practices, and work with laboratory staff to offer ongoing development and training. Their annual checklists for accreditation are compiled with input from over 500 certified pathologists to achieve the highest quality lab operations and laboratory inspections occur bi-annually to ensure compliance.

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CLIA stands for Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments. Their certification program regulates clinical laboratories in the United States to ensure that they are producing accurate and reliable test results.
The CLIA-Certification program sets national standards for laboratory testing quality and safety. Laboratories that perform testing on human specimens, such as blood, urine, or tissue, must meet certain requirements and pass inspections to receive and maintain their certification. 
The CLIA program applies to all types of laboratory testing, including tests performed in hospitals, clinics, physician offices, and research facilities. The program also requires laboratories to have trained personnel, quality control procedures, and appropriate record-keeping and reporting practices.

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Good Laboratory Practices

Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) is a set of guidelines that ensure the quality, reliability, and integrity of non-clinical laboratory studies in accordance with regulatory submission guidelines. GLP covers all aspects of laboratory testing, from the study design to the final report, to ensure that the data generated is of high quality and scientifically sound.

The main purpose of GLP is to ensure that laboratory studies are conducted in a consistent, reliable, and traceable manner. This includes things like maintaining accurate records, ensuring that instruments and equipment are properly calibrated and maintained, and providing appropriate training to laboratory personnel.

GLP applies to all non-clinical laboratory studies that are submitted to regulatory agencies, such as the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

By following GLP, laboratories can ensure that the data generated from their studies are reliable and can be used to support regulatory submissions. This helps to ensure the safety and effectiveness of products that are marketed to the public, such as drugs, medical devices, and pesticides.

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High-Complexity Laboratory

A high-complexity laboratory has been evaluated and certified by an accrediting organization to meet certain quality standards for performing high-complexity testing. The term “high complexity” refers to the types of tests that are performed in the laboratory. These tests typically require a high degree of scientific and technical knowledge, as well as specialized equipment and procedures. High-complexity tests are used to diagnose and monitor complex diseases and conditions and guide treatment decisions.

Accreditation is a voluntary process in which a laboratory undergoes a comprehensive evaluation of its facilities, equipment, personnel, procedures, and quality control systems. Accrediting organizations, such as the College of American Pathologists (CAP) or the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) program, review the laboratory’s performance against established standards and guidelines to determine if it meets the requirements for accreditation.
An accredited high-complexity laboratory demonstrates its commitment to quality and accuracy in performing high-complexity testing. This provides assurance to patients, healthcare providers, and regulatory agencies that the laboratory is capable of producing reliable and accurate test results. In addition, accreditation can improve the reputation and credibility of the laboratory and may be required for participation in certain healthcare programs or insurance networks.

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Get the help you need, when you need it with Healthyr's dedicated support team

We believe that providing exceptional support and training is just as important as delivering a great product. Our team of experts is available Monday-Friday 8 am - 11 pm EST; Saturday + Sunday 9 am - 9 pm EST to answer your questions, troubleshoot issues, and provide guidance on best practices. We are committed to your success and will work with you to ensure that you achieve your goals.