Arivale

By Jonah Comstock 02:31 pm April 29, 2019
Personalized wellness company Arivale has shut down its consumer operations, according to a statement posted on the company's website. MedCityNews first spotted the post. "Regrettably, effective today, we are terminating our consumer program," the team wrote in an unsigned note. "Our decision to do so is attributable to the simple fact that the cost of providing the service exceeds what our...
By Heather Mack 04:41 am November 23, 2016
More than a decade ago, when most people were still using not-so-smart mobile phones, the first human genome was sequenced. It cost $3 billion. In the time it took for smartphones to become the essential consumer technology, DNA sequencing rapidly evolved from a costly, uncommonly used process into a quick, reliable, relatively cheap and widely used predictive tool to give insight on disease risk...
By Heather Mack 04:26 pm September 30, 2016
What does the next generation health consumer look like? If you ask the folks at Health 2.0 in Santa Clara, it depends on the technology you give them to make healthy choices.   In a session at focused on the consumerization and disruption of traditional care models, we heard from several providers, startups and established medical device makers on the new digital health tools they are equipping...
By Heather Mack 05:24 pm September 26, 2016
Seattle-based Arivale, which offers a testing kit and companion app to create tailored wellness plans, is now available in California. Billed as the “scientific path to wellness,” Arivale offers people a package that includes a Fitbit, collection containers for saliva, urine, cheek swabs, and a prescribed order of blood tests to do on their own time, plus a companion app. Users download the app...