LetsGetChecked Completes Acquisition of BioIQ


Today, LetsGetChecked, a leading global healthcare solutions company, announced it has finalized the acquisition of BioIQ, an analytics-driven population health and diagnostics company. With this closing, LetsGetChecked will expand its ability to provide health plans, employers, consumers, and public health partners with some of the most comprehensive and personalized at-home healthcare services.

The future of healthcare is in providing high-quality at-home diagnostics and care that comprehensively serve an individual’s health needs throughout their whole life”, “With this acquisition, LetsGetChecked gains a trusted partner with an extensive knowledge base and a breadth of experience in serving health plans and employer markets to deliver healthcare solutions at scale.”

Peter Foley, Founder and CEO of LetsGetChecked

As a result of this acquisition, BioIQ’s consumers, health plan, government, and employer customers will have access to an even wider-reaching, best-in-class virtual care experience. LetsGetChecked’s end-to-end model including manufacturing, logistics, lab analysis in its CAP-Accredited, CLIA Certified laboratory in Monrovia, California, affiliated physician support, and prescription fulfillment will benefit all of BioIQ’s customers.

This news closely follows the company’s announcement to acquire Veritas Genetics and Veritas Intercontinental, pioneers in genomics that share a scalable platform enabling the rapid interpretation of genetic information from a single gene to the whole genome. These acquisitions signify a crucial advancement in LetsGetChecked’s mission to empower individuals to take control of their health and enable consumers and healthcare partners to be more proactive in healthcare management.

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