Diagnostic vs. Nondiagnostic Testing

Understanding the MyHomeLabs Difference

We’re proud to provide a unique service in the world of at-home health screening – comprehensive, diagnostic testing. But what does that really mean? And what’s the difference between diagnostic and nondiagnostic testing? It’s pretty simple once you break it down. Here’s what sets MyHomeLabs apart.

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What is diagnostic testing?

Unlike non diagnostic tests – which are based on self-collected samples you submit yourself – diagnostic testing is administered directly by a phlebotomist. In the past, that meant a time-consuming visit to the doctor’s office to provide blood samples, which are later screened in a lab.

But MyHomeLabs is the only direct-to-consumer testing provider to offer access to diagnostic testing from the comfort of your own home.

We’ll send a phlebotomist to your house at your convenience – allowing your chosen lab to screen your sample for a wide range of potential health concerns. And because the results are based on blood work, they’re far more reliable and informative than other testing options.

No more follow-up lab visits.

A diagnostic test means just that – unlike other tests, they can be used by a care provider to diagnose disease directly. Whether you choose a telehealth appointment to understand your results or take them directly to your primary care physician, you’ll avoid the hassle of subsequent testing and lab visits.

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