Home Access Health
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryPremarket approval application for the company's Hepatitis C Check at-home telemedicine counseling and testing service for hepatitis C is submitted to FDA. The service would include the same operating characteristics as the company's current at-home HIV test service, including "telephone registration/pre-test counseling, collection of a blood sample, shipping, laboratory testing, telephone results retrieval and post-test counseling," Home Access explains
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