Detecting active H pylori infection

H pylori infection is one of the most common chronic bacterial infections. Find out who’s at risk and how to detect active infection with testing from Quest Diagnostics.


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Benzodiazepines and opioids: monitoring a deadly combination

Your patient, a 47-year-old female, has suffered from chronic pain since a car accident 18 months ago. Her pain became so severe that, 3 months ago, you prescribed hydrocodone. Now she sees you monthly to monitor the effectiveness of the drug.


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Cardiovascular health and the well-woman visit: providing more comprehensive care

Your patient, Diane, a 42-year-old female, is in for her annual well-woman visit. You were Diane’s OBGYN during all of her pregnancies; now, because she’s most comfortable in your practice, you serve as her primary care provider.


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Tackling the polypharmacy problem in chronic care management

Research has shown that prescribing for older patients with multiple chronic conditions (MCCs) often leads to medication regimens that are complicated, difficult to adhere to, and contain multiple drug-drug and drug-disease interactions.1


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Add to your knowledge about arthritis and autoimmune diseases

From webinars and CME programs to expert insights and publications, you'll find valuable information here to help support you in making better clinical decisions regarding diagnosis, treatment monitoring, and prognosis.


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Prescription Drug Monitoring: why Quest Diagnostics?

Prescription drug misuse and patient non-compliance are growing problems. Learn how Quest Diagnostics can help you implement a clinical drug monitoring program to ensure patients are consistent with their prescription treatment plan.


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Quick reference guide for Smart Codes

A pocket-size, Quick Reference Guide for Smart Codes for cervical cancer screening and STI testing is available to help clinicians understand how the codes can be used.


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Quest Diagnostics Clinical Drug Monitoring

Whether you're a primary care clinician, pain specialist, health center or health system, you will find helpful information and resources at our dedicated clinical drug monitoring site.


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Prescription Drug Monitoring: why monitor your patients?

Visit these pages to learn how drug monitoring helps you protect both your patients and your practice while ensuring patients derive optimum benefit from their chronic pain management therapy.


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Health Trends™: Drug Misuse in America 2018

This report, based on 3.9 million lab results and thought to be the largest of its kind, provides current insights into prescription and illicit drug use and misuse in the United States based on laboratory insights.


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