NORCROSS, Georgia—Healthyr, a provider of at-home health tests and solutions, announced a partnership with Koning Health, a pioneer in breast imaging technology. This collaboration aims to empower women worldwide by offering advanced, non-invasive breast health solutions.
"I am very excited about our partnership with Koning Health. Together, Koning and Healthyr will be addressing the needs of the 50% of women who have dense breasts and the approximately 4% of women who have breast implants," Stacey Finster, CEO of Healthyr said. "Our goal is crystal clear, to elevate early-stage breast cancer detection, drive down cancer-related costs and elevate the overall breast health outcomes for women everywhere. This partnership with Koning Health is a significant step forward in our mission to empower women globally."
Since its inception, Healthyr said it has been at the forefront of empowering women to take proactive measures for their breast health.
Koning Health has been recognized for its Koning Vera Breast CT. With a seven-second scanning time per breast, Vera offers 3D-guided imaging and biopsy at radiation dose levels comparable to conventional mammography. Koning's said its commitment to providing a better breast imaging solution is evident with their NO-COMPRESSION, TRUE 3D Breast CT, which addresses the limitations of standard mammography, including low compliance rates because of pain and call-backs.
Together, Healthyr and Koning Health aim to:
- Enhance early detection: By combining Healthyr's at-home testing solutions with Koning's advanced imaging technology, the partnership aims to detect breast health issues at their earliest stages, ensuring timely intervention and improved health outcomes.
- Empower women: Both companies share a vision of empowering women to take charge of their breast health. This collaboration will provide women with the tools and knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their health.
- Expand global reach: With Koning Breast Computed Tomography available worldwide, this partnership will ensure that more women globally have access to state-of-the-art breast health solutions.
"We are thrilled to collaborate with Healthyr," Lutao Ning, CEO of Koning Health said. "Their commitment to providing innovative health solutions aligns perfectly with our vision. Together, we hope to redefine the standards of breast health care."
The partnership is set to roll out this month, with both companies working closely to integrate their services and offer a seamless experience to users.