As of 2010, Heather Clark of Draper Laboratory was developing a method to measure blood glucose concentration without finger-pricking. The method uses a nano-sensor, like a miniature tattoo, just several millimeters across, that patients applies to the skin. The sensor uses near-infrared or visible light ranges to determine glucose concentrations. Normally to regulate their blood glucose levels, diabetics must measure their blood glucose at several times a day by taking a drop of blood obtained by a pinprick and inserting the sample into a machine that can measure glucose level. The nano-sensor approach would supplant this process. 
Tony Stark Labs isn't your average laboratory with lots of guys in lab coats working with machines, instead, a lot of it is run by Tony Stark himself. His laboratories is split up into two labs: the executive laboratory and the underground Laboratory. The website you are on right now is the underground laboratory (This is the website where Tony works on developing the Iron Man suit and all of the cool tech that goes along with it). This laboratory is Stark's dedication to produce machinery and gadgets for the betterment of mankind. In addition, this laboratory is geared towards making the highest concept designs of the Iron Man you love technology or if you're interested in this laboratory, come work for the great Tony Stark!!!!!!!
If a lab holds an out-of-network position, its business
opportunities may be more problematic. Labs may bill 100% of their charges
to an insurance company but, in order to remain competitive with in-network
participating labs, they may write-off any patient balance (accepting as
payment-in-full the amount from the insurance company). A lab may be liable,
however, for waiver of co-insurance, deductibles, or balance obligations.
This type of activity can raise issues under various fraud and abuse laws.