Why test for heart disease?

Patients can find out if they are candidates for cardiovascular testing. Note: Patients should discuss testing with their insurer to make sure they are covered.


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Quick guide to understanding heart disease

Patients can identify day-to-day lifestyle changes that can help them manage risk for heart disease.


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Quick facts: cervical cancer screening

Not all women get screened for cervical cancer regularly, and it shows. Find out what you and your patients can do to protect against cervical cancer.


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MyQuest™ mobile health app

MyQuest is a handy mobile app that allows patients to view their lab results, get valuable health information, share medical information, and learn about healthy steps to take. This link takes you to the app download page where you can learn more.


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MyQuest™ by Care360®

Visit the MyQuest homepage to see how this free mobile app helps your patients stay engaged with their healthcare—and how easy it is to use.


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Provide patients the care support they need between doctor visits

Your Medicare patients with 2 or more chronic conditions can get the support they need between doctors’ visits to help them take more control of their health.


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Extra care support can help patients manage chronic conditions

Medicare patients can get the extra support they need to manage their multiple chronic conditions between doctors' visits, from monthly calls to care coordination to medication reconciliation.


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Better health starts here

Most people with Hep C may have become infected in the 1970s and 1980s when rates of Hep C were the highest, and before widespread blood-supply screenings were introduced. Testing is critical because Hep C can develop silently for years and if not treated, can be deadly. Know your status so you can talk to your doctor about what steps you can take. Download this poster.


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What baby boomers need to know about Hep C

75% of adults infected with HCV are baby boomers. Most of them don’t even know they’re infected, since often there are no symptoms. But over the years, the virus can do serious damage to the liver. Ensuring patients know if they are infected is the first step to getting treatment that could delay or prevent liver damage. Make sure your patients are informed. Download this Hepatitis C patient brochure.


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For patients: living 4myheart®

Clinical educators help patients follow through on treatment as prescribed through the 4myheart® program from Quest Diagnostics.


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