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Diabetes Testing Centers™ (DTC) has been providing evidence-based medical assessments for primary care and specialists throughout the U.S. since 2010. We understand that while high blood glucose levels are a key indicator of diabetes, the impacts of the condition go beyond just blood sugar levels. By focusing on specific aspects of diabetes care, even in a narrow scope, we can help identify broader health issues. Our services aim to reduce the risks of diabetes-related complications, which are associated with high morbidity and mortality rates. We offer traditional in-office testing as well as mobile health screenings to ensure comprehensive care and accessibility, which in turn helps to effectively identify and manage health issues. Our services also contribute to continuity of care by saving patients time, reducing costs for health plans, and alleviating the burden on healthcare providers. 

Now Providing Over 70 Reimbursable Assessments

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Diabetes Complications

Consolidated Multispecialty Assessments

Diabetes: A Multispecialty Disease

Complications related to diabetes are health issues that are commonly influenced or associated with diabetes. However, these complications are not limited to individuals with diabetes only. Diabetes is a complex disease affecting major human body organs such as the heart, kidneys, liver, and pancreas. Therefore, managing diabetes is crucial to prevent these complications and maintain overall health. It is essential to understand that diabetes is not just about managing blood sugar levels, but rather, we need to comprehend the profound interplay of various systems in the body and their collective impact on a patient's overall health.

Diabetes can cause a complex network of health problems that are interrelated. This may happen when the body is unable to regulate a healthy glucose level in each organ. It can cause or worsen other conditions, leading to a chain reaction that affects the entire body and results in various health issues. Poorly managed diabetes can trigger a chain of health problems that are interlinked. High blood sugar levels over a prolonged period damage blood vessels throughout the body, causing complications.

Mitigating Morbidities and Mortalities

Evidence-Based Technologies Mitigate Diabetes-Related Conditions

Exclusive Programs

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Diabetes-Related Solutions

At Diabetes Testing Centers™, we stay responsive to emerging healthcare trends and evolving patient requirements, enabling us to provide advanced solutions that address the ever-changing landscape of diabetes management and related health issues. Our Exclusive Programs are comprehensive solutions designed to meet the current healthcare needs and cater to the diverse concerns impacting individuals living with diabetes. These programs provide seamless reimbursement pathways for medical providers, allowing them to focus on delivering exceptional care while ensuring financial stability and operational efficiency within their practices.

Our sleep apnea solution allows doctors to offer reimbursable oral appliance therapy (OAT). 

Our Allergy and Immunology program helps reduce inflammation, pain, and metabolic disorders.

A program that objectively identifies/measures the type of neuropathy and reduces neuropathy symptoms. 

A reimbursable medical weight loss program. 

Our state-of-the-art ultrasonic and saline mist is a turnkey wound care program. 

At Diabetes Testing Centers™, our mission is to enhance the well-being and quality of life of every patient under a providers care. Through our specialized programs and cutting-edge treatments, we are committed to providing personalized care that yields transformative outcomes with above average reimbursements. With our dedication to innovation and excellence, we invite you to explore the difference that our exclusive programs can bring to your practice and to the lives of your patients.

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Assessments

Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death among people worldwide.

Identify Cardiovascular Risks

Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death and affects both men and women. Early detection and intervention can lead to better outcomes, so it's important to prioritize screening in primary care and other medical specialties. With the emergence of long COVID-19, there is a growing concern regarding its potential impact on cardiovascular health. Many long COVID-19 patients report symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, and palpitations, which could indicate underlying cardiac issues. Therefore, implementing comprehensive cardiovascular testing in primary care medical clinics is crucial for identifying and addressing any potential cardiovascular complications arising from long COVID-19. By incorporating routine screenings and assessments into primary care settings, healthcare providers can effectively monitor patients' cardiovascular health, mitigate risks, and ultimately reduce the burden of heart attack and stroke in the population.

Our CardioANS test is used by healthcare providers to evaluate their patient's risk of mortality and major adverse cardiovascular events (MACE). The CardioANS graphs the heartbeat as it moves through systolic and diastolic cycles. It tracks deviations in fingertip pressure caused by flexible arteries and produces a tight, regular graph for stiff arteries. Using a proprietary algorithm, the device analyses arterial pulse wave variations and compares them against a large body of research to accurately assess arterial hardening. 

The Framingham Heart Study found that individuals with asymptomatic left ventricular systolic dysfunction (LVSD) had nearly 5x increase in the risk of developing symptomatic heart failure (HF) compared to those with normal left ventricular function.

Kannel WB, Gordon T, and National Heart Institute (U.S.) (1968) The Framingham study: An epidemiological investigation of cardiovascular disease. Bethesda, MD., United States. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, National Institutes of Health.

Long COVID-19 Consequences

COVID-19 can have implications for the cardiovascular system, particularly the left ventricle of the heart. Cardiomyopathy in COVID-19 patients refers to a condition where the heart muscle becomes inflamed and weakened due to the viral infection. Many people who have recovered from COVID-19 have reported experiencing lingering cardiovascular symptoms such as abnormal heartbeats, dizziness, and shortness of breath.

It's essential for individuals with long COVID, particularly those with cardiovascular symptoms, to be tested in the primary care setting to determine if there is should be more comprehensive imaging studies like echocardiograms to evaluate the structure and function of the left ventricle. Monitoring the left ventricle's health is crucial for developing targeted interventions and treatment plans to address the lingering cardiovascular effects of the virus.

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COVID-19 survivors, regardless of infection severity, are more likely to develop cardiovascular conditions such as heart failure or coronary disease within 30 days post-infection.

Therapies

Medical providers should recommend the affordable self-pay prefabricated oral appliance (white) for a 1-2 week titration period before progressing to the customized lab-made oral appliance (blue).

96% of Patients Prefer OAT Over CPAP  

FDA Cleared Prefabricated Oral Appliance

 Same Day Therapy

Introducing ApneaReliefMD, our tailored Sleep Apnea Solution designed for medical clinics with MDs, DOs, NPs, and PAs. Our program was specifically created to manage obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and treat it with Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT). Studies suggest that OAT has a compliance rate above 90%, whereas CPAP has a compliance rate as low as 50%. Discover why 96% of patients prefer OAT as for OSA over CPAP.

Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) is an alternative to CPAP therapy that utilizes custom-fitted oral appliances. This treatment approach prioritizes patient comfort and convenience, offering a comfortable, portable, and silent option. Unlike CPAP machines, which can be noisy and bulky, OAT devices are discreet, allowing individuals to sleep without any disturbance. The portability of oral appliances enhances patient satisfaction, enabling them to continue their treatment even while traveling or away from home. By providing a more comfortable and convenient option, OAT encourages greater adherence to therapy, ultimately leading to improved outcomes for individuals with obstructive sleep apnea. Our comprehensive solution empowers medical providers to optimize patient sleep health while maximizing revenue opportunities.

Silent, Comfortable, and Portable 

First, Do No Harm.

Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) is a modern alternative to CPAP therapy for people with mild and moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). While CPAP requires a mask and machine, which may affect people with claustrophobia and people with facial hair. OAT uses custom-made oral appliances that are custom lab-made based on the teeth of patients which is comfortable, easy to carry, and quiet. This approach makes it easier for patients to comply with the treatment, leading to better results. OAT is also considered the first-line therapy for OSA in many medical guidelines, proving its effectiveness and reliability. By providing a more comfortable and convenient treatment option, medical providers can encourage patients to stay engaged and improve their long-term health when managing OSA. Medical providers should consider recommending the affordable self-pay prefabricated oral appliance (above), which is a same-day therapy appliance, for a 1-2 week titration period before progressing to the customized lab-made oral appliance. 

CPAP 'Failures and Low Compliance' Harms Patients with OSA

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