A Solution for the Ultra-High Demand COVID-19 Testing Market
Test Before You Go
Convenient rapid testing centers with certified lab resultsA complete and versatile solution for the ultra-high demand COVID-19 testing marketing in the U.S.
- Mobile testing sites
- 100-200 sqft footprint
- Insured with no liability to retailer
- Weekly rental payment for space available
- Testing done by CLIA certified lab
Rapid Antibody Blood Test
Remove protective cap from blue needle and pierce the tip of your finger. Squeeze your finger to produce enough blood for two drops.
Collect blood with disposable dropper provided. Release TWO drops of blood in the bottom collection area of the test card, followed by TWO drops of the Diluent.
- Samples are collected from the nose or throat of a patient using a swab and are mixed with chemical reagents.
- Samples are put in a machine that duplicates the genetic material and detects its presence.
- Peel off aluminum foil seal and rotate the swab inside the extraction vial vigorously at least 5 times.
- Remove the swab, close the vial by pushing the cap onto the vial and squeeze the vial gently to release 3 drops of sample to the sample well.
Quick Certified Results
A 98% agreement of positive and negative results
Preliminary results within 10 minutes after taking the test
Certified lab results next day (subject to change based on volume)
Confirmation sent via email or text through a HIPAA-compliant patented software
- Rapid Antigen tests
- Rapid Antibody tests
- PCR tests (Gold Standard)
Medivolve’s Collection Sites locations are offering the above tests in bundles as a best practice for their patients.
Antigen tests (frequently referred to as a rapid tests) detects protein fragments specific to the Coronavirus. Turnaround time for results is usually very quick, and in most cases, results can be reported within 15-20 minutes.
Rapid Antibody tests detect the presence of COVID-19 antibodies in your bloodstream. This is a rapid test done through a finger stick blood sample that can let you know if you’ve been infected with COVID-19 in the past.
PCR tests (Polymerase Chain Reaction) is considered the “gold standard” in SARS-CoV-2 detection. This test actually detects RNA (or genetic material) that is specific to the virus and can detect the virus within days of infection, even those who have no symptoms. Turnaround time is longer, generally in the 2-3 day range but results can be in as little as 24 hours. When demand is high, results can take 3-5 business days.
If you are getting your testing for a specific purpose such as travel, please ensure you are selecting the proper test required by your airline, destination or other requiring organization. Certain travel destinations and airlines do not accept rapid-result testing.
Sample collection procedures vary by test type.
- Rapid Antigen tests are performed via nasal swab
- Rapid Antibody tests are preformed by finger prick.
- PCR tests are performed by nasal or saliva swab depending on location and test type.
No, walk-ups are welcome; however, we highly recommend to schedule online ahead of time to ensure testing time and location availability. Patients may book online at www.testbeforeyougo.com.
No. Referrals are not required.
If a patient does not have insurance or is undocumented, we will ask for Social Security number (card not needed), driver’s license or state ID. After the tests are performed, we will submit the cost to the federal program for the uninsured.
Proof of identity (required) and insurance cards if insured.
We also recommend to bring a mobile phone in case we need to reach you.
Yes. Each Collection Sites location is equipped with all required business licenses, regulatory certificates, and standard operating procedures.
Yes. Each Collection Sites location has regulatory certifications necessary to perform COVID-19 testing.
All tests available at Medivolve’s Collection Sites locations are performed by CLIA certified labs and have received an Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA.
Certifications are comprised of CLIA certified as a moderate and high complexity labs, which provide notice to local health authorities of the testing and validations of the test accuracy. This also includes FDA approvals or waivers for the tests being performed and written clearance from the chief regulator overseeing laboratories.
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