US-based healthcare service provider DocGo has expanded its collaboration with HealthCare Partners NY to improve proactive at-home care for patients.

The decision to expand the partnership comes after the companies successfully completed a pilot programme in December last year.

DocGo said its partnership with HealthCare Partners NY aims to bridge gaps in healthcare coverage and support the delivery of in-home care services.

The collaboration is intended to help thousands of patients benefit from proactive healthcare services, including in-home point-of-care tests and annual wellness visits.

The in-home tests will include bone density tests, blood pressure control support, colorectal cancer screenings, diabetic retinal eye exams and A1C screenings.

DocGo aims to provide more screenings and allow diseases to be detected early by bringing these services to patients’ homes.

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DocGo CEO Anthony Capone said: “At the heart of the healthcare system are the patients – their needs must always be our top priority.

“By using our advanced technology to deliver proactive care to individuals in their own homes, we enhance the convenience and quality of their healthcare experience.

“Through our partnership with HealthCare Partners, we are expanding our presence in one of the largest healthcare markets in the country, enabling us to better serve patients and provide them with value-based care that supports their long-term wellbeing.”

Founded in 1996, HealthCare Partners has a network of more than 4,000 primary care physicians and specialists, who provide services for more than 185,000 clients.

HealthCare Partners NY CEO Patrick Adams said: “Accessibility remains a significant barrier to healthcare for many individuals. Patients are eager to prioritise their health.

“By offering essential tests in patients’ homes, which are traditionally conducted in healthcare facilities, we are making it easier and more convenient for patients to receive accurate diagnoses, obtain results, and access the treatment they need to lead healthier lives.”