Diagnostics Dialogues

Diagnostics Dialogues

Thought leaders discuss hot topics for hospitals and health systems, share cutting-edge research, and identify what’s next in diagnostic medicine.

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January 26, 2022 33 min

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to drastically disrupt the healthcare industry. At the same time, it has shone a light on the most pressing issues within its ecosystem, setting in motion the beginning of a new era of crucial changes and innovation.  

In this session, Dr Alagia and Dr Wohlgemuth discuss:

  • The key role played by Quest in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • How Quest is applying its COVID-19 learnings to accelerate chan...
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    Diagnostics is the thread that connects the entire healthcare ecosystem and patient care continuum. And the laboratory generates an immense amount of data that can help enable improvements in both patient and hospital health. By better leveraging laboratory analytics, health systems and clinicians can identify, stratify, and prioritize patient populations to improve their health and the overall quality of care.

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    The convergence of the opioid epidemic and the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has created new healthcare challenges. Health systems, from a system- and individual clinician-level, are more important than ever in the pursuit of addressing the epidemic within the pandemic.

    In this session, Dr Gudin discusses:

  • Recently-published data by Quest that demonstrates decreased drug testing overall, with increased positivity...
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    June 11, 2021 39 min

    This episode features Dr Michael Racke discussing the evolution of treating neurologic disease to detect disease early and focus on prevention.  In this session, Dr Racke discusses:

  • How diagnostics and treatment has evolved for multiple sclerosis
  • Treating patients at the first incidence of neurologic disease for optimal outcomes
  • How health systems can address the needs of patients with complex neurologic conditions to minimize the...
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    This episode features Yuri Fesko MD, with clinical pathways to help guide diagnosis and treatment in oncology. In this session, Dr Fesko discusses:

  • How clinical pathways can make an impact for hospitals to improve oncology outcomes
  • The critical importance of collaboration for pathologists and oncologists
  • The future of oncology care in integrated health systems
  • Yuri Fesko MD Bio:

    Dr Yuri Fesko serves as the Executive Medical Di...

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    Today’s podcast features Dr Nicholaos Bellos with strategies that are helping some health systems best operate in today's healthcare environment. In this session, Dr Bellos discusses:

  • The ease of viral transmission and what health systems can do to mitigate risk
  • Diagnostic solutions, guidelines, and best practices to ensure safety for the front line
  • The future of health systems in the post-pandemic landscape
  • Nicholaos Bellos M...

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    When we asked Dr. Alagia his goals for this podcast, he told us, "I think the podcast project gives our doctors and our scientists at Quest a voice. It connects us with the outside community. We work with a lot of folks who live in the laboratories, who live in the hospitals, who do great work here. It's essential work. Everything starts with the lab. We can't treat a patient without laboratorians and all the work tha...

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