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        Check your coverage
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        Did you know QNatal® Advanced noninvasive prenatal screening is covered by many insurance plans? When covered, 60% of patients pay $0. Learn more about financial options to cover your prenatal screening and download a guide to help you verify your insurance coverage.

        Smart Codes for Smart Screening
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        Patients coming to your office for cervical cancer screening may also be at risk for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

        Quest Smart Codes make it easy to order both the cervical cancer screening and STI tests that cover your patients’ needs.

        Smart Codes follow current screening guidelines (ACOG, CDC).

        Click here to see how Smart Codes work.

        A significant innovation in cervical cancer screening
        The performance of the HPV test you choose matters

        See the Sensitivity and Specificity sections at Aptimaforher.com to learn more about Aptima® HPV mRNA performance.

        Zika Virus Infection

        We offer testing for emerging infections, including Zika virus. Learn more about testing and the Zika virus.

        A recent report from Quest Diagnostics reveals gaps in knowledge and expectations among at-risk patients regarding sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Download our patient profiles for healthcare providers and health plans to find out what to test for and when.


        The power of next-generation sequencing

        QHerit combines next-generation sequencing (NGS) with a growing genomics database and includes tests recommended by guidelines and advocacy groups.
        Learn more

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        Co-testing recommended for women 30-65

        USPSTF maintains Grade A rating for Co-testing with Pap and HPV together in women ages 30 – 65, every 5 years. See guideline details here.

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        Test Interpretation Guides

        See our guides for details on test selection, utilization and interpretation. All information is based on peer-reviewed publications and practice guidelines.