Laboratory Testing Solutions
We seamlessly install RT-PCR molecular testing laboratories into physician-owned medical offices for:
ABOUT OUR COMPANY
INCREASE REVENUE & REDUCE TURNAROUND TIME IN YOUR PRACTICE BY ADDING
IN-OFFICE MOLECULAR INFECTION TESTING!
We provide everything needed to establish a successful POL from the very first step of the process
All of our clients receive full ongoing consultative support; ensuring optimal laboratory performance and utilization
Our proprietary panels include antibiotics resistance markers, reducing inappropriate antibiotics prescriptions
Molecular testing is very rapid for pathogen identification; results are reported within 1 hour
RT-PCR testing detects specific pathogen identity with 98% accuracy; reducing false positive results
Your practice will rest assured knowing that you are always in complete control of your patients' health information and private data
We will provide your practice with an individualized pro forma based on your current insurance mix, sample type, and volume
We will provide your practice with the ability to bill your patients' insurance directly as opposed to referencing out your laboratory testing
Physicians who install, run, and bill tests in their own lab keep the reimbursements to further better the care they can offer their patients
What is Molecular RT-PCR Testing?
PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) is a technique used in labs to make millions of copies of a particular section of DNA.
RT-PCR, also known as Reverse Transcriptase PCR, is a variation of the polymerase chain reaction that typically measures RNA expression levels. RT-PCR represents an extremely powerful and central molecular biology method, allowing for results to be obtained in a much shorter time than conventional PCR.
POINT OF CARE TESTING IS THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE
Molecular testing at the POC gives physicians the opportunity to further improve the standard of care by combining the ability to quickly make a diagnosis and treatment decision during the patient’s initial visit rather than having to wait for hours, if not days, to prescribe a treatment when laboratory testing is used.