Quest Recognized on Disability Equality Index

Our People

We are proud that Quest Diagnostics has been listed on the Disability Equality Index® (DEI), a joint initiative of the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) and the US Business Leadership Network (USBLN), recognizing companies for prioritizing the inclusion of people with disabilities.

What is the APOE gene and how is it related to Alzheimer’s Disease?

Insights

There is currently no proven way to prevent or cure Alzheimer disease. Is there a role for genetic testing to predict risk?

Does Every Patient with a Tick Bite Need a Test for Lyme Disease?

Insights

Important considerations for determining if a Lyme Disease test is necessary include tick identification, geography, symptoms and signs, and duration of tick attachment.

Tick-borne Illnesses: The Risks of a Missed Diagnosis

Insights

Once thought to be required for the diagnosis, it is now clear that up to 30% of patients with Lyme disease never develop a rash.

Older Patients with Chronic Conditions Can Benefit from Extra Care

Better Health

Chronic Care Management (CCM) services are one of the ways in which Quest is moving beyond medical office walls to aid providers in assessing individuals and populations and closing gaps in care.

Cystic Fibrosis – Pathway to a Cure

Better Health

Did you know that although it can occur in any ethnic group, cystic fibrosis (CF) is the most common and severe inherited disease in Caucasians? 

Quest migrates ChartMaxx® to Quanum™ Enterprise Content Solutions

Innovation

ChartMaxx® is joining the Quanum™ Solutions portfolio as Quanum Enterprise Content Solutions in order to better align our technology and data analytics solutions, providing a more seamless experience for customers.

Cathy Doherty Honored by Executive Women of New Jersey

Our People

Among her many accomplishments, Cathy is a founding member of the Quest networking organization Women in Leadership, created to develop the leadership competencies in female employees throughout our organization.

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