Make testing easier for your patients

We have supported NHS Trusts and GPs since 2017 to find solutions for various conditions. With simple technology for clinicians, we help your patients manage their health with convenient testing and action-based results. 

Preventative healthcare at home.

Our platform validated the benefits of home testing during the COVID-19 pandemic. We use the same insights to help prevent chronic diseases - like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

Care plan support

Compelling patient results

Ability to integrate NHS labs

Aggregated insights for commissioners


Why partner with us

100+ customisable tests

Access to an extensive test directory to support a variety of clinical pathways in both Primary and Secondary Care

NHS experience

Our solutions have been piloted by real Doctors and real patients within a range of provider organisations: GPs, Trusts and Local Authorities

2.5m tests processed

Over 2.5 million tests have been processed through our platform to date. Screening programmes at large-scale can be mobilised quickly

Plug-in your lab

Turn on home testing capability, without diverting testing volumes away from your laboratory. Integrate your NHS Lab LIMS within 4-weeks to get started.

Benefits of working with us

Improve patient experience

Easier patient access to care 

Provide a simpler way for home testing with our finger-prick kits or nurse home visit service as well as venous-draw option.

Improve patient engagement

Encourage patient interest

Simple to use patient results dashboard that engages the service user in their health journey.

Conserve practitioner capacity

Streamline practitioner workflows

Online portal that frees up phone lines and makes the admin of testing simple for practitioners. 

Our partners

“Thriva’s end-to-end service enabled us to very quickly standup a remote testing capability within the Royal Brompton Hospital’s Cystic Fibrosis unit. Patients have fed back positively on the experience of using Thriva and we’ve found it easy to manage as clinicians.”