NIH's RADx® MARS lets you contribute to America's public health

That's what the NIH RADx® MARS program has made. The MARS team built a system that puts at-home test results into a standard format used by health care professionals. That information then flows into secure databases that researchers and public health teams already know how to use. is the front end of that system, allowing us to safely and securely report our at-home results, including as much personal information as we feel comfortable sharing.

You're part of the future of at-home testing in the US

COVID-19 was the first infectious disease for which the U.S. had over-the-counter at-home tests. But at-home tests for influenza (flu) are now on the market, and tests for other diseases are being developed right now. When you report your results on MakeMyTestCount, you help America get ready for the future of at-home testing. And you help your country be better prepared to keep all its citizens safer from infectious disease.


The latest news and media coverage of MakeMyTestCount.

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COVID-19 rapid tests are easy to take — and then toss. So most people never report their results, which leaves health officials with an incomplete picture of how much virus is circulating and where.

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White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha announces the launch of

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"I think it's just incredibly important to celebrate HHS for this great technical advance, and the modernization of data systems in public health in the US," Blythe Adamson, Ph. D., CEO and Founder of Infectious Economics and former member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, told ABC News.

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Lab tests have a well-established technology system for sharing test results. RADx Tech has been working on a system to standardize test reporting for at-home tests in a secure manner. The website is built on this system for logging test results.