Empowering you with health screening science.

Delve into the scientific advancements that empower individuals to take control of their well-being from the comfort of their own homes. Through our cutting-edge technology and rigorous research, we are dedicated to providing you with accurate and reliable health screening solutions.

Our Labs

Expert analysis and interpretation, from your home.

For over twenty years as a prominent player in the diagnostic testing industry, we harnessed that cumulative fluency—in laboratory regulations and processes, test viability and accuracy—and applied it to our at-home testing platform.

Through science, education, and support, we’ve re-imagined at-home diagnostic testing. OptiHealth partners with you through the whole journey from choosing the tests needed, to guiding treatment plans. For the first time, what starts with hard science, ends with vital support.

Your health. Your care. We put the power of preventative care back in the hands of people. Our team of experts help guide the path toward optimal health by empowering you with knowledge and education with every test.

Dried Blood Collection Guide

Learn proper procedures for handling dried blood with our easy-to-follow guide. Discover step-by-step instructions, safety precautions, and effective techniques to ensure safe and efficient management of dried blood stains.

Step 1

Twist off the blue tab to break seal on lancet. Do NOT touch or depress white tip.

Step 2

Use the provided alcohol pad to clean the tip of the finger (3rd finger or 4th finger).

Step 3

Place the tip of the lancet against the side of the fingertip. The side facing the 5th finger.

Step 4

Press down firmly until an audible click is heard.

Step 5

Gently press the pricked finger from below the puncture site to allow for a large drop of blood to form.

Step 6

Wipe away the first drop of blood with the gauze.

Step 7

Hold finger downward to allow blood to drop onto circles.

Mobile Phlebotomist Blood Collection

OptiHealth provides a mobile phlebotomy service that allows patients to have various types of blood draws, urine samples, and COVID-19 swabs performed and/or collected from their own homes or places of employment. OptiHealth provides mobile phlebotomy for more complex tests; and in an effort to minimize errors and redraw rates by collecting the sample ourselves. But most of all, we aim to make this convenient for you.

Upon your order confirmation, an OptiHealth representative will contact you to schedule your at-home phlebotomist appointment.

If you have any questions regarding this process, reach out to us via or call 877-883-8783.


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Common Questions

You've got questions. We've got answers.

What are some common at-home health tests?

Some common at-home health tests, offered by OptiHealth, include tests for blood glucose, cholesterol levels, hormones, and food/allergy sensitivities. These tests provide convenient and accessible ways for individuals to monitor their health and wellness from the comfort of their homes.

What types of health conditions can be tested?

A wide range of health conditions can be tested using at-home health testing kits. Some common conditions include testing for allergies, thyroid function, hormone levels, vitamin deficiencies, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and more. These tests provide valuable insights to individuals, empowering them to take control of their health and make informed decisions about their well-being.

How long does it typically take to receive results?

The time it takes to receive results from at-home health tests can vary depending on the specific test and the laboratory processing the samples. In general, most at-home test results are available within a few days to a week after the laboratory receives the samples. OptiHealth strives to deliver accurate and timely results to our customers, ensuring they can take prompt action based on their health insights.

Are there any specific instructions to follow?

Yes, each at-home health test comes with clear and easy-to-follow instructions. These instructions will guide you through the sample collection process, packaging the samples for return, and any other necessary steps to ensure accurate and reliable results. Following the instructions carefully will help ensure a smooth testing experience and accurate insights into your health.

What are the benefits of taking an at-home test?

Taking an at-home health test offers several benefits. It provides convenience and privacy, allowing you to collect samples and perform the test from the comfort of your home. They also empower you to take a proactive approach to your health, enabling early detection of potential health issues and facilitating timely intervention and personalized health management strategies.

Are OptiHealth at-home tests covered by insurance?

OptiHealth's at-home tests are not typically covered by insurance. However, I recommend checking with your insurance provider to confirm the specific coverage details as insurance policies may vary. OptiHealth aims to offer affordable and accessible testing options to our customers, regardless of insurance coverage.