Healthy.io allows urine testing from home and stores the results in PKB. This allows medically-certified urinalysis for patients from the comfort of their home using a smartphone camera. Clinical-grade results are instantly available to healthcare professionals (and patients) through PKB’s patient portal platform.
Urine testing is the second most conducted test (after blood tests). It is essential for diagnosing urinary tract infections, one of the most common causes of healthcare visits. Traditional methods mean the patient has to travel. The sicker the patient, the more harmful the travel. Infected patients can also infect others whilst in hospital. Clinicians spend time conducting the test and lose time waiting for the patient to arrive - and the later the test happens, the longer diagnosis and treatment takes.
Katherine Ward, Chief Commercial Officer at Healthy.io, said: “Home urinalysis transforms clinical pathways including maternity, renal and cardiology. It allows patients to remain at home and clinicians to safely monitor them."
Sample collection and urinalysis
2. Patient downloads Dip.io app
3. Patient follows interaction steps in app, opening kit
4. Patient opens app
7. Patient taps "Kit is ready"
8. Patient fills cup with urine and taps "Cups is full"
9. Patient unwraps stick and taps "Done"
11. Patient dips stick in urine and taps "Dipped it"
12. Patient waits
13. Patient takes photo of dipstick next to colour chart in Dip.io app
14. Healthy.io calculates results and allows sending results to PKB
Adding data from Dip.io to PKB
15. Patient taps "Sign in with PKB"
16. Patient enters PKB username and password. This is a one-time login into PKB record using PKB's oAuth 2.0 API.
17. Patient taps "Approve" to approve app's access to PKB record
18. Healthy.io app transmits results to PKB via Test results API with user-client ID, patient-scoped
See urinalysis results
Patient taps "View results" in Dip.io app to see results in the app
Anyone can see results in PKB, including the patient, carers and professionals. For the patient, results are in the "Notifications" link on the PKB home page.
Or directly in the tests page