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  • Lab tests and knowing our numbers can inspire patient engagement

    July 17 2012

    Now that Quest, the lab and health information company, has launched the mobile phone app, Gazelle, more health citizens will have access to lab test results. This could be a health-activating opportunity inspiring patient engagement.

    Read more at Healthpopuli.com >
  • Some patients are now able to read their doctor’s notes following an office visit

    February 15 2012

    In 2010, Quest Diagnostics, a large lab services company, introduced a free smartphone application called Gazelle that lets consumers in 33 states and the District download their lab test results directly. Since then, 125,000 patients have used the service, the company says. “[Gazelle] will help you have an educated conversation with your physician,” says Jon Cohen, chief medical officer for Quest.

    Read more at Washingtonpost.com >
  • Getting Lab Results Directly to Patients

    September 19 2011

    A new federal proposal to give all patients in the U.S. direct electronic access to their lab results could make it easier to track important health markers like cholesterol levels and the body’s response to blood thinners – – with an iPhone.

    Read more at WallStreetJournal.com >
  • Quest Diagnostics Gazelle Mobile Health Platform Now Available for Android Smartphones

    June 27 2011

    Quest Diagnostics, the world's leading provider of diagnostic testing, information and services, today announced a new version of Gazelle, the company's mobile health platform, which now features compatibility with the fast-growing Google Android smartphone operating system.

    Read more at prnewswire.com >
  • Quest Diagnostics Sponsors Rock Health to Support Early Stage Development of Emerging Health Care Applications

    June 14 2011

    Quest Diagnostics, the world's leading provider of diagnostic testing, information and services, today announced a partner-level sponsorship of San Francisco-based Rock Health, the first high-tech incubator for emerging health care apps.


    Quest Diagnostics will provide Rock Health with access to the company’s experts in diagnostic testing, including leading specialists in Cancer, Infectious Disease, Cardiovascular Disease and Neurology.


    "Quest Diagnostics believes emerging mobile and Web-based technologies can dramatically improve patient access to personal health information and support overall wellness,” said Dr. Jon Cohen, Chief Medical Officer, Quest Diagnostics. "We are pleased to work with Rock Health and its sponsors and member companies to lend our expertise in this effort to usher in a new era in health care technology."


    Quest Diagnostics joins Rock Health’s previously announced 2011 partners Microsoft HealthVault, QualComm Wireless Health, the California Healthcare Foundation and Ballou PR. Founding partners include Mayo Clinic, Cincinnati Children’s and Harvard Medical School.


    Rock Health's mission is to nurture the next generation of the digital health ecosystem. By bringing together the brightest minds in technology and healthcare, Rock Health provides crucial funding, mentorship and operational support to high-potential, early stage start-ups. Additional information about the organization and its members is available at www.RockHealth.com.

    Read more at rockhealth.com >
  • Quest Diagnostics and Withings announce availability of integrated WiFi weight tracking for the Gazelle mobile health platform

    February 11 2011

    Quest Diagnostics and Withings announced that the Withings WiFi Body Scale, the world’s first WiFi connected personal weight scale, can now automatically import body weight data directly into Gazelle™, the secure mobile health platform from Quest Diagnostics.

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  • Get lab results quickly…

    January 21 2011

    With healthcare experts pushing for more patient involvement, Quest Diagnostics, the nation's largest provider of lab services, is allowing patients to get test results sent to them directly -- but not in Florida. "Disclosure and transparency is here and now,'' said Jon Cohen, Quest's chief medical officer, at a recent University of Miami symposium.

    Read more at miamiherald.com >
  • Cool Technology of the Week

    November 05 2010

    As readers of my blog know, I'm passionate about mobile technology. I believe that iPhone/Android smartphones, iPod Touch, and the Ipad, Playbook, Galaxy, Streak will become the platform for healthcare Desktops with complex operating systems, antivirus, and heavy "thick client" applications will disappear. Ray Ozzie's farewell message to Microsoft describes a post PC world.

    Read more at geekdoctor.blogspot.com >
  • Want Your Family’s Health Records in One Place? There’s an App for That

    November 04 2010

    We don't know about you, but organizing our family's medical records -- and getting them all gathered in the same place -- has topped our to do list for, like, years. You never know when you might need your kid's immunization records or your own health history handy, and now there's a cool app that can help us cross this nagging task right off our list.

    Read more at parentdish.com >
  • Quest Diagnostics app may herald breakthrough for consumer health information

    November 02 2010

    As you likely know by now, I've been one of the most skeptical of skeptics when it comes to hype surrounding personal health records. But if the Quest Diagnostics PR machine is to be believed, we may be on the cusp of a true breakthrough for consumer health information and, by extension, personal health records.

    Read more at fiercemobilehealthcare.com >
  • New Quest app puts medical info at patients’ fingertips

    November 02 2010

    There seems to be no limit to what hand-held devices can do. With new technology created by Quest Diagnostics of Madison, health-conscious consumers now can use their BlackBerrys and iPhones to help manage doctor’s appointments, medicines and medical conditions, such as cholesterol levels.

    Read more at nj.com >
  • The Gazelle Breakthrough

    November 01 2010

    A major provider of diagnostic lab testing, Quest Diagnostics, this week introduced Gazelle, a secure mobile health platform that allows users to receive their lab results and manage their personal health information directly from their BlackBerry, and iPhone, and soon, Android, smartphones.

    Read more at cardiosource.org >
  • Quest Diagnostics makes lab data liquid with new smartphone app

    October 28 2010

    “Your body is mobile. Shouldn’t your health information be, too?” That’s the lead-off in the new promotional video for Quest Diagnostics smartphone app, Gazelle, which gives millions of Americans access to their lab results directly on their iPhone or BlackBerry. Gazelle users become the ones in control of their lab data and other personal health data, according to Quest. The smartphone application allows users to bring together lab results from their various care providers and enables the user to email or fax their results right from the app.

    Read more at mobihealthnews.com >
  • Quest Diagnostics Introduces Gazelle™ Secure Mobile Health Platform

    October 28 2010

    Quest Diagnostics (NYSE: DGX), the world's leading provider of diagnostic testing, information and services, today introduced Gazelle, a secure mobile health platform that allows users to receive their Quest Diagnostics laboratory results and manage their personal health information directly from their BlackBerry® and Apple® iPhone, and soon, Google Android®, smartphones.  

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  • Quest Diagnostics CMO Jon Cohen discusses new Gazelle mobile app

    October 28 2010

    Leading lab company Quest Diagnostics just released the Gazelle app for iPhone and Blackberry, which enables people to see, store, and share their Quest lab results. Quest will provide patients with access to their results 48 hours after releasing them to the ordering physician –at least in the 33 states and DC where it’s legal to do so.

    Read More at healthbusinessblog.com >

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