wellness testing

wellness testing

Preventive medicine A diagnostic procedure or risk assessment strategy applied to a population presumed to not have a particular illness. See Molecular wellness testing.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Under the partnership, employees at participating companies who miss on-site wellness screenings, work remotely or work shifts where on-site screenings are inconvenient can bring a voucher to a participating Ahold Delhaize USA local brand pharmacy to access fast point-of-care wellness testing. "Some of the local brands' pharmacists have also gone to participating employer workplaces to conduct these events, which can include lipid panels, BMI, blood pressure and other screenings," McGrath says.
LetsGetChecked's portfolio of testing procedures currently includes wellness testing (cholesterol, thyroid, etc.), cancer screening, sexual health testing, fertility testing, genetic testing, and pharmacogenomic testing among others.
With personalized medicine and wellness testing becoming more prevalent, laboratories and manufacturers will need to work together to ensure that the results they produce are both accurate and meaningful.
The Clayton Medical license has allowed us to develop a mitochondrial damage assay which we hope will serve as a very important assessment tool for a variety of key medical problems including assays for cardiac disease, neurodegenerative diseases, diabetes and cancer as well as aging and wellness testing. We have active clinical validation efforts beginning or on-going for each of these assay targets and hope to bring these products to the market as quickly as possible."
Dietary recommendations, feather quality, and wellness testing protocols are the most common topics in our practice.
The Montana Geriatric Education Center (MTGEC), the Montana Primary Care Association, and the Montana Area Agencies on Aging Association, along with ImProving Health Among Rural Montanans (IPHARM), have received a grant to provide education on geriatric wellness testing to Montana health professionals and health profession faculty and students.
If you're like the majority of executives who visit the Fitness Institute at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, a wellness testing and counseling center designed for professionals, it may have been even longer.
Diagnostics company Abaxis (NasdaqGS:ABAX) disclosed on Tuesday an agreement to develop a wellness testing initiative that is focused on improving compliance for blood diagnostic testing in collaboration with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).
The next chapters weigh the pros and cons of POCT in primary care, diabetes care, emergency care, intensive care, perinatal care, pediatric care, chest pain unit, hematology, microbiology, drug testing, home testing, workplace testing, and wellness testing, leading to appreciation, doubt, or rejection by the respective authors.
Wellness testing. Interest in wellness testing will intensify.
Wellness testing offers new opportunities for clinical laboratories to meet the challenge of preventive medicine.