Each time you visit your doctor or a diagnostic lab (like Quest or LabCorp) or other healthcare site, they create a summary of the visit and generate clinical data. That data is added to the site's healthcare software system creating your electronic health records. These software systems (e.g. Epic, Cerner, etc.) store your data in a specific way to make it digitally accessible to you (via patient portals) and your doctors. Your data currently adheres to a digital data structure standard which converts your data into smaller pieces of data, which we refer to as records or component files, such as Procedures, Test Results, Vital Signs, etc. However, you see the data as reports - test summary reports, doctor's visit reports, etc. in your patient portal.
When you connect your patient portal(s) to LunaDNA, we upload your health data by component files, not by report. Therefore, we assign shares based on the component files. 1 component file is equal to 1 share in LunaDNA. Each report you see, on average, includes 2 to 8 component files. So, 1 report that you see in your portal is typically worth about 2 to 8 shares in LunaDNA.
For more details on LunaDNA's data types and share values, see this article for data types we currently accept: How many shares are my data files worth? OR you can review our entire SEC filing which includes current data types we accept as well as those we plan to accept in the future: SEC Offering.