Diabetes is a disease that affects 371 million people worldwide, and 187 million of them do not even know they have the disease. In 2010, working-age adults made an average of 3.9 visits to doctors, nurses or other medical providers, down from 4.8 in 2001, according to a report released by the U.S. Census Bureau. Among those with at least one such visit, the average number of visits also declined, from 6.4. to 5.4 over the period.
Diabetes test on the Go is a kiosk which allows anyone to test their blood glucose any time of the day to see if they are in the early stages of diabetes which is prediabetic.
My idea will make people aware of their blood glucose numbers to see if your numbers are high or within the normal range. The Diabetes kiosk will have a touch screen asking several questions such as age, weight, and height. The Diabetes test on the go kiosk will sell sterile packet which consists of one test strip and one lancet and alcohol swab to clean finger Diabetes on the go will advise the patient to contact their primary care provider. Diabetes on the go will provide education material and allow anyone to email the results to their email address or to a primary care provider. Diabetes test on the Go will provide cleaning instructions after ever visit and a maintenance contract.
Diabetes test on the go kiosk has great market potential in the retail space, schools and possible office space. The cost to buy a custom kiosk cost between $3000 plus not including the special programming software and the attachment device to the kiosk. The test strips and lancets and alcohol swab will cost estimate $2000 for a box of 2000 each specially made packet. Special cleaning supplies estimate $ 1000.We will offer a monthly subscription fee.