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Molecular diagnostic lab testing for sexual health can help provide real-time results so you can diagnose and begin treating patients, now.
On-site molecular diagnostics empowers primary care and community providers to more effectively help improve patient outcomes with a timely and accurate diagnosis. On-demand testing can support better guided clinical care, increased patient satisfaction and improved office efficiencies.
Do any of these sound like challenges you’re facing?
Sexual health is a vital part of your patients’ overall health. When you screen for sexual health conditions at the point-of-care, you can help improve patient outcomes and satisfaction:
Our portfolio of molecular diagnostic testing offers a solution to help you bring in-office lab testing to your facility, and provide on-demand results that allow for same day consultation and treatment of patient conditions around sexual health.
Continue reading to see how our portfolio of molecular diagnostic testing can help improve outcomes for your patient population.
Our Laboratory Implementation Team helps with initial lab setup and implementation, ensuring you have enough space for lab equipment, verifying hazard protocols, validating and testing equipment and more. This team can help set up single pieces of lab equipment or help build an entire new lab. Email us today to get started.
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2: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the United States. 2008.
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6: CDC Fact Sheet: Reported STDs in the United States 2015 National Data for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis.