The Lab100 program infuses the latest healthcare technology with patient-focused attention that takes roughly 90 minutes to complete, streamlining the checkup process by delivering immediate results

Mount Sinai is changing the familiar routine of the annual exam by powering it with virtual technology. The new program Lab100 uses virtual reality and 3D body scanners to measure all aspects of a patient’s health. The program is currently in beta testing and is projected to release this fall.

Although Lab100 uses cutting edge technology, it still maintains a physician-patient relationship that is characteristic of a traditional checkup. CNBC recently got a preview of the services Lab100 has to offer and reported what patients should expect.

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