WE TEST: INNOVATIVE HEALTHCARE
RELIABLE DIAGNOSTIC & HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS FOR THE HOME & POC
Innovation and changing healthcare environments has paved the way for a new era of patient empowerment and value based medicine.
Put simply, the internet & technology has led to massive opportunities in the healthcare industry. Software as Medical Devices (SaMD's), Point of Care diagnostics, home monitoring, hospital@home, compostable diagnostics to name a few.
We Test offer agency approved products and diagnostic tools. Along with being an Australian Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Eligible Organisation, We Test undergoes Research & Development, TGA registration services and marketing & commercialisation advise.
We fundametally believe at-home monitoring empowers consumers and lets them use reliable screening tests at home. Point of Care & home testing helps the GP's provide the care they need to in a more timely manner.
The changing world climate and demand for compostable solutions has also provided opportunites. Diagnostic solutions that can be put in the compost, like pregnancy tests are a game-changer. Also enabling a previously dirty word, DISPOSABLE, into one that can be revered. DISPOSABLE and COMPOSTABLE! Genius.
We Test has a full range of screening tests in the pipeline. Working with the Australian Government to offer innovations that solve unment needs of people worldwide.
We currently have multiple products undergoing TGA registration in Australia. Our partnerships in Asia allow for further sales abroad.
Early detection means early intervention, and improved outcomes.
WHY AT HOME DIAGNOSTICS?
1. POINT OF CARE TESTING
The global point of care (PoC) diagnostics market was valued at approximately USD$23.50 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach approximately USD$40.50 billion by 2022.
2. DR GOOGLE EXPLOSION
According to Google, 1 in 20 searches are health-related. We Test provides a result for use with Dr Google and/or healthcare professional.
3. ACCESS TO DR'S DECLINING
Studies suggest 1 in 4 self-diagnose on the internet instead of visiting the doctor. People are increasingly looking online to assess their health as they find it harder to see a Doctor.
4. Devices At-Home Growth
People are becoming more savvy at tracking their own health. For example, Apple Health App, home monitoring devices, wearables, DNA testing.
5. Companies OH&S
Companies have a legal burden of care for their employees. Educating & ensuring the health of a worker improves productivity and ultimately a companies bottom line.
"How many glasses of water should I drink?" is one of the most commonly searched terms on Google. A survey of 3,003 Americans found that 75% likely had dehydration.
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