Real-time results can make a huge difference when it comes to fighting the Flu, Covid-19 and other respiratory illnesses. As we continue to battle global SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern like Delta and Omicron, early detection remains a key factor in preventing community spread and achieving better overall outcomes.
As practitioners, you know the value of timely medical testing. For years, POCT has allowed for common bacterial and viral illnesses to be detected in mere minutes, rather than hours or days, and has permitted antiviral or antibiotic medications to be conveniently prescribed within the same visit. Quick results improve efficiency and add to peace of mind for both the patient and provider.
Henry Schein Medical understands a robust Point-of-Care testing strategy delivers many clinical and operational benefits. To explore our rapid testing and vaccination options or to learn more about gaining greater diagnostics control, we invite you to explore the following resources:
Drive operational and clinical efficiency with Point-of-Care Testing (POCT) while delivering healthier patient outcomes.
Our Flu Resource Center is designed to help you prevent, diagnose, and treat influenza—helping to lessen the overall severity of the season. Here you’ll find everything you need including vaccine product facts, educational tools, CDC recommendations and Medicare reimbursement.
When Flu season strikes, you need to be ready. That's why we've developed the Henry Schein Worry-Free Flu Vaccine Program. Ordering flexibility, marketing resources, and guaranteed ship-by dates are just some of the perks available to our customers.
In collaboration with our diagnostic partners, we offer a wide array of diagnostics options specific to COVID-19. Each test falls under one of three categories, each independently valuable: molecular, antigen, and antibody.
Public health relies heavily on disease prevention, including the administration of vaccines. Covid-19 information is ever-evolving leading many states, jurisdictions and businesses to mandate their own list of testing and vaccination requirements. We've curated a comprehensive list of resources to help you navigate next steps.
Together we can make a difference. The Henry Schein Cares Foundation is proud to support the Go Give One initiative, created by the WHO Foundation, helping to prioritize global access to COVID-19 tests, treatments, and vaccines for those who need them most.
Browse our signature social media series featuring key opinion leaders from across the health continuum as they share their industry knowledge and offer insights on a variety of trending topics. This episode highlights the Pandemic's Lessons for Health Equity and Vaccine Acceptance with guest Gerald E. Harmon, MD, President American Medical Association.