Hey Dylan, interesting concept but I see issues with this. We use a reporting mechanism within my EMR and a more robust reporting mechanism through a third party vendor for various reasons (better reporting capabilities). When labs come into our EMR they come in as raw data and we can run reports, see trends, get alerts about abnormal results, etc. the solution you’re talking about would be like the colon cancer screening mail in materials but the results are faxed or secure emailed to a provider or provider office and the raw data can’t be consumed unless it is in a format were the EMR can consume it into the database so that we can run reports. Also, organizations like mine have sliding fee scales, contracts with lab companies, BAAs, HL7 interfaces that directly sends the raw data to our databases. So for us it wouldn’t work. Even in rural communities, this wouldn’t work. In NYC, let’s say, there are places where your doctors can send the orders to the near a nearby location and they can walk in , do the test and the data goes electronically in a raw format into the EMR database. So I would not see many viable applications. What I would like I see is remote monitoring built into the Doxy.me platform— For example, when a Bluetooth blood pressure cuff or Bluetooth glucose meter connects to the phone, if the results of those then the provider using Doxy can see the result pop in on the screen that would be amazing and I think a great feature. Or even if Doxy can read a Bluetooth device like a Fitbit or Apple Watch and gather the health data, that would be tremendous. Interested in your thoughts. Take care.