Getlabs provides safe and easy at-home lab appointments. Rather than needing to go to a laboratory and sit in a waiting room, patients pick a time and we send a mobile phlebotomist to draw their samples. Once collected, we deliver to top laboratories including LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics for testing.
Getlabs is backed by prominent VC funds including PivotNorth Capital, Liquid 2 Ventures, Tusk Ventures, Rosecliff Ventures, City Light Capital, and more.
Our team has extensive domain expertise with the Chairman of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute leading our phlebotomy team and individuals with years of experience at LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics.
We have a pilot partnership with one of the largest national laboratories in the United States and have LOIs with major national telehealth players.
Our engineers work via a ticketing system, where each ticket is assigned based on the priority of the business.
- Initial ticket is created
- The team discussion/subtasks created, specific tasks for BE/FE/Design
- Estimated by the team
- Pull request made on GitHub, and reviewed
We may deploy multiple times on any given day.
We have many areas which provide intriguing technical challenges, but we have one which is more important than any other. That is working on real-world route optimization and scheduling problems, such as programmatic scheduling of resources/people.
When patients ask Getlabs to contact their doctor on their behalf, we manually call doctor's offices and request their lab order. However, doctors prefer to be contacted via fax. We need to build an automatic faxing mechanism such that when a patient provides their lab order to us, we send a fax without any human intervention to the doctor's office informing them their patient wants their lab order sent to Getlabs. In doing so, our cover sheet serves the dual purpose of providing BD for us - it educates the doctor of our service without any intervention. Ultimately, instead of having to contact 100% of doctors manually, we will contact only the ones who are unresponsive to fax.
When patients submit lab orders, the content can be time consuming to read. We want to submit automatic OCR to lab orders to ensure they can be easily inputted into our backend and then crosscheck that against laboratory requirements to ensure we efficiently automate the inputting of appointment details without manual input.
API for telehealth companies to schedule at-home lab appointments via one-tap. For example, a patient in a telehealth app would have a lab ordered for them by their doctor, then tap a time that's convenient, and the telehealth company would send a request to book Getlabs at the time selected.
At Getlabs, we believe all patients - regardless of their means - deserve access to affordable, high quality care at the comfort and convenience of their home. Today, going to a laboratory can be stressful and inconvenient. As a result, 90% of patients dislike going to labs and 25% of patients skip lab orders altogether. Join us and let's transform the experience of getting labs collected to be delightful for patients - one where they feel cared for and appreciated.
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