Easylabs came to be when the Founder, Tom Petersil having spent several years working on IT projects in the healthcare sector, recognized the gap between the type of medical information people wanted and the reports that were available on the market.
To empower patients and to support the medical community on their mission towards preventive healthcare, the key was a tool that would help patients interpret their results in a simple, clear and customizable way. After being selected to participate in one of Europe’s leading healthcare-focused accelerators – we ventured out to build a team of experts and create a product-market fit while remaining compliant with standards the medical community can endorse.
Working with over 20 subject matter specialists to create our reports, and developing our state-of-the-art technology to bring innovation into healthcare, Easylabs is here to make it easy for you to understand your lab results – that is the first and most important step towards preventive healthcare
Easylabs.org specializes in interpretations of medical laboratory testing, analytics and support solutions. Our unique approach to health information provides comprehensive and meaningful insights into the patients’ health which empowers patients with a real understanding and allows healthcare providers to achieve better clinical outcomes.
We are passionate about helping healthcare providers have a more productive relationship with their patients through a common understanding of disease risk and potential therapies. Together, through improved communications that enable early detection and personalized treatment strategies, we can help enhance patient health and wellness. Prevention starts with education and inevitably reduces chronic diseases caused by lifestyle factors.
Easylabs collaborates with an extensive group of clinicians, scientists and business professionals who provide insight,
direction and expertise to ensure our continued growth as a leader in healthcare education.
Healthcare specialists with a passion for emerging science are the key to keeping patients informed and engaged.