Diabetes & Infectious Diseases
PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests will prove if a patient actually has a virus and does not need antibiotics, thereby affirming a provider’s decision to avoid drugs that are unnecessary and can have significant side effects (this is a constant struggle for all physicians).
CDC Guideline on Rapid Influenza Test Kits (RIDTs)
The program requires 6-feet of dedicated desk space and a CLIA Certificate. The CLIA licensing is part of the program and does not require any upfront costs.
What Does This Mean For Your Practice?
Increased Clinical Value
Stop Guessing and Start Treating
Stop the over-prescription of Antibiotics
Timely, Actionable results
Increased Financial Value
The average office can generate over
Up to $20K per month in net revenue
No Upfront Cost
PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests are a fast, highly accurate way to diagnose certain infectious diseases and genetic changes.
The tests work by finding the DNA or RNA of a pathogen (disease-causing organism) or abnormal cells in a sample. Most viruses and other pathogens contain DNA or RNA.
- Respiratory Pathogen Panel
- Upper Respiratory Infection
- Point-of-Care Testing
- Improve Your Quality HEDIS/STAR Ratings
- Providers Real-Time Results
- Maximizes Patient and Provider Engagement
- Improves Patient Satisfaction
- Helps Drive Cost Containment and Office Efficiency