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Question about blood test..what lab to use and what test?

maldorf

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I actually didn't have a cardiologist or gp at the time of ordering that bloodwork. I didnt have those docs until about three months later when i started having heart problems. Quest clearly had some sort of database that the cardiologist was able to access. This was on my first visit.
Wow, so something to be learned there. There must be some way to keep those tests private if you want. Going to need to speak to someone there at Quest or Lab Corp etc. I learned something new. For most people having the database set up like that is very good and saves a lot of problems with records but it isnt good for privacy. If you figure out how to keep it private be sure to share. I can understand why some may not want it to be shared.
 

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The last few quest and labcorp cooperated on making their platforms more compatible so that patients who might be switching insurance would have continuity... So this may include the results database.

They sometimes lump things into the same account when you use the same email.

Sucks, in MD they just recently stopped letting people order their own independent tests. Dunno what other states had that happen too.

Unless you sign some sort of waiver, wouldn't that violate Hippa if someone else can access my labs without my consent? Sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen.
 

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