Helping you get your patients get back to routine care
The reliable testing and accurate insights you need
Many patients have deferred routine testing and medical care since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic:
of physicians saw an overall drop in patient volumes1
drop in adult primary care visits2
This deferred testing and medical care can bring long- term health consequences and we’re here to support your efforts in getting patients back to routine care.
Our Patient Service Centers put patient care first every day
Our Patient Services Centers are open and ready to help your patients get the testing for routine, acute, and chronic conditions they may have delayed due to COVID-19. All locations have implemented enhanced safety precautions and our Peace of Mind program.
Supporting your efforts in getting back to patient care
While we know all practices will have variations on how to get back to patient care, we’ve developed a baseline approach, based on CDC guidelines, to help guide and provide insights.
- Evaluate COVID-19 status to support patient office visits
- Manage risk as you and your patients return to traditional care pathways—routine, acute, and chronic care
- Continue to optimize telehealth models
- Utilize our Patient Service Centers for routine testing
*Specimen collection for molecular testing for active COVID-19 infection is not available in our Patient Service Centers.
**CPT codes are based on American Medical Association guidelines and are for informational purposes only. CPT coding is the sole responsibility of the billing party. Please direct any questions regarding coding to the payer being billed.
Download our program brochure for an example model of how to get back to patient care
Download our Peace of Mind brochure to learn how we make it easier to access the routine testing you need from Quest
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- Cohen O, Fox B, Mills N, Wright P. COVID-19 and commercial pharma: navigating an uneven recovery. McKinsey & Company. April 2020. Accessed May 1, 2020. https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/pharmaceuticals-and-medical-products/our-insights/covid-19-and-commercial-pharma-navigating-an-uneven-recovery
- Mehrotra A, Chernew M, Linetsky D, Hatch H., The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on outpatient visits: a rebound emerges. To the Point (blog), The Commonwealth Fund. Updated May 19, 2020. doi: doi.org/10.26099/ds9e-jm36
- Gavin C. Fewer people are going to hospitals for non-COVID-19 emergencies. That could be catastrophic, officials warn. Boston.com. April 23, 2020. Accessed April 24, 2020. https://www.boston.com/news/coronavirus/2020/04/23/emergency-room-visits-decline-massachusetts-coronavirus