HealthTab for Pharmacies
HealthTab™ is a proven point-of-care screening system designed to support pharmacists in their evolving role as frontline health care providers. It empowers patients to be proactive about their health by directly measuring and monitoring the key biomarkers of chronic disease – cholesterol and triglycerides, blood sugar, liver and kidney function, and electrolytes. The system is remarkably simple to operate and the analysis is fast, lab-accurate, and requires just a few drops of blood from a finger prick. Patients can print their results in-store and access them securely online at anytime.
Take a look at HealthTab in action and learn how it works from one of our pharmacy providers:
Here are just some of the benefits of becoming a HealthTab provider:
Standout from the competition by providing an innovative non-dispensing service that’s unlike anything currently available in the Canadian market.
Customer Engagement Tool
Retain and attract customers with a high-value experience that provides an opportunity to discuss their health and medications on a deeper level.
Driving Wellness Programs
Seeing their biomarkers first-hand motivates patients to make lifestyle changes by signing up for weight loss programs (e.g. Ideal Protein), paying for further consultation, or buying natural health products to support their goals.
Convenient Lab Alternative
Provide your customers with a comprehensive menu of lab-accurate results from a simple finger- prick. Results are ready in 12-minutes and no appointment is needed.
Chronic Disease Management
Play a key role in empowering patients to prevent and better manage the most common lifestyle-related chronic diseases, such as heart disease and type II diabetes.
Help improve compliance to treatment by showing patients the direct impact of taking their medications as prescribed.
Funded Screening Opportunities
Through a partnership with the Kidney Foundation of Canada, HealthTab providers took part in a government-funded pilot for the early detection of chronic kidney disease. New providers will join the exclusive network of pharmacies eligible to participate in these types of initiatives.