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Doc Lab’s Quantitative Urinalysis (QUA) Program

Chemistry Analyzer for Quantitative Urinalysis

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About the QUA Program

Unlock the next frontier in diagnostics with Doc Lab’s Quantitative Urinalysis (QUA) Program. At the intersection of innovation and care, our QUA program is tailored to ensure that medical practitioners are equipped with the most precise and timely information about their patients’ health. Transitioning from the Medicine 2.0 approach, we are pioneering the Medicine 3.0 wave – a shift towards proactive and preventive healthcare.

Through our advanced chemistry analyzers, we provide meticulous insights into urine samples, revealing not just the presence of certain markers but their exact concentrations. This allows for a nuanced understanding of a patient’s health and paves the way for tailored interventions.

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QUA vs. Dipstick Testing

Why Settle for Less when Precision is at Your Fingertips?

Explore a comprehensive comparison between traditional dipstick testing and our revolutionary QUA method. Discover why many professionals now choose precision over guesswork, ensuring patients receive the highest standard of care.


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Seamless Integration for Existing Physician Owned Owned Labs

Integrating the Doc Lab QUA Program into your existing Physician Owned Lab (POL) operations is straightforward and hassle-free. We’ve built our program with established POLs in mind, ensuring a smooth transition that amplifies your lab’s capabilities without overburdening your current systems.

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FAQ: What is Quantitative Urinalysis (QUA) and how is it different from traditional dipstick testing?

Answer: Quantitative Urinalysis (QUA) is a more advanced diagnostic method that precisely determines the concentration of crucial markers in urine samples. Unlike traditional dipstick testing, which provides qualitative or semi-quantitative results, QUA offers detailed, actionable insights, giving a clearer picture of a patient’s health.

    FAQ: How does the QUA program enhance revenue streams for POLs?

    Answer: The QUA program, with its advanced diagnostic capabilities, allows POLs to offer a premium service that’s in high demand. With more accurate and detailed results, labs can potentially charge a premium for these services, enhancing revenue without significantly increasing the workload.

      FAQ: I'm new to the concept of Physician Owned Labs (POL). How easy is it to integrate the QUA program?

      Answer: The QUA program is designed to be seamlessly integrated into both existing POLs and medical establishments transitioning to become POLs. We offer comprehensive training, step-by-step guidance, and robust support to ensure a smooth and efficient integration process.

        FAQ: How does QUA benefit patient care?

        Answer: QUA provides detailed insights into a patient’s health, enabling early detection of potential health concerns. By identifying issues at their onset, medical professionals can intervene in a timely manner, ensuring better patient outcomes and more proactive healthcare.

          FAQ: Are there any special equipment or training required for the QUA program?

          Answer: The QUA program uses advanced desktop analyzers (or chemistry analyzers) to achieve its precise results. As for training, our program includes comprehensive sessions to ensure your team is well-equipped to operate the equipment and interpret the results effectively. Our dedicated support team is always available for any queries or troubleshooting.

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