Healthcare Providers
We offer Healthcare Providers the flexibility to set up a Healthcare Professional Account or simply refer Patients to us.
Complete the form below to find out which program is right for your practice.
Healthcare Professional Account
  • Provide OmegaQuant Testing to your patients & clients. Offer this as a standalone nutritional status test or as part of your overall health & well-being assessment services.
  • Convenience is key — patients can collect their own sample at home or your staff can collect samples in your office.
  • Choose to have results emailed to your practice and / or directly to your patients.
  • Tests can be purchased from OmegaQuant at wholesale pricing; you can resell these to your patients at MSRP.
  • As an alternative to purchasing and reselling OmegaQuant Test kits directly, join our Affiliate Program and refer customers to us. We take care of shipping; payment processing and inventory and you earn a commission per sale.
  • For those Healthcare Providers who are unable to receive a ‘commission’ on specific referrals to patients we offer a program whereby Healthcare Providers can pass on a discount code to patients but receive no referral on any sales generated.
  • Test kit co-branding and volume discounts available upon qualification.
3 Ways Our Tests Can Help Your Patients

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A Powerful
Motivational Tool

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A Powerful
Motivational Tool

Think of the Omega-3 Index the way you would a cholesterol test. Most people who take cholesterol medications routinely take a cholesterol test to make sure they are on the right track. The same is true of taking omega-3 products — taking a test will help your patients make sure they are getting enough of these nutrients from their diet. Also, seeing the results of an Omega-3 Index test will help push them to make better choices when it comes to diet and supplementation.

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Show Patients Their Omega-3 Products Are Working

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Show Patients Their Omega-3 Products Are Working

Dietary supplement compliance can be challenging when patients can’t feel the benefits of the products they’re taking, and omega-3s and vitamin D are no exception. When you can offer them an objective measure of what they’re taking (i.e., an Omega-3 Index test), you will not only encourage compliance, but also support the performance of your patients’ omega-3 regimen.

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Use the Omega-3 Index to ‘Personalize’ Omega-3 Intake

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Use the Omega-3 Index to ‘Personalize’ Omega-3 Intake

Our nutrient tests are powerful engagement tools that will help your patients personalize their omega-3 and vitamin D intake. While DNA tests offer important information about genetics and what you “should” be eating, blood tests like the Omega-3 Index and Vitamin D test accurately reflect what you “are” eating, giving your patients a better idea whether or not they are getting enough of the right nutrients from their diets.

Our Tests

Omega-3 Index Basic

The Omega-3 Index is a measure of omega-3s EPA + DHA in your blood, which has been connected with heart, brain, eye and joint health benefits. But how much omega-3 you eat is only part of the puzzle. There are many other factors that affect your Omega-3 Index such as genetics, gender, weight, age, lifestyle and much more.

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Omega-3 Index Basic

The Omega-3 Index is a measure of omega-3s EPA + DHA in your blood, which has been connected with heart, brain, eye and joint health benefits. But how much omega-3 you eat is only part of the puzzle. There are many other factors that affect your Omega-3 Index such as genetics, gender, weight, age, lifestyle and much more.

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Omega-3 Index Plus

Omega-3, omega-6 and trans fats all play a role in your health. Tracking these numbers can help you optimize them. The Omega-3 Index, Trans Fat Index, Omega-6/Omega-3 ratio and AA/EPA ratio all respond to what you eat. In other words, you can change your health and your numbers by changing what you eat. Everyone responds differently to dietary changes, so the only way to know is to test. We recommend testing every 4 months to confirm you are getting the right mix of fats in your diet.

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Omega-3 Index Plus

Omega-3, omega-6 and transfats all play a role in your health. Tracking these numbers can help you optimize them. The Omega-3 Index, Trans Fat Index, Omega-6/Omega-3 ratio and AA/EPA ratio all respond to what you eat. In other words, can change your health and your numbers by changing what you eat. Everyone responds differently diet changes,so the only way to know is to test. We recommend testing every 4 months to confirm you are getting the right mix of fats in your diet.

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Omega-3 Index Complete

You can find out what fats make up your cells with the Omega-3 Index Complete test. Diet is not the only thing that determines your blood fatty acid levels—metabolism, genetics, gender, weight, age and other lifestyle factors all can play a role. For omega-3s and trans fats, eating that fat directly increases blood levels of that fat. However, other fatty acids don’t respond to intake. For example, eating a lot of saturated fat doesn’t directly raise blood levels of saturated fat, but eating a lot of carbohydrate does. This is why testing matters. The only way to know how your diet affects your full fatty acid profile is to test every 4-6 months.

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Omega-3 Index Complete

You can find out what fats make up your cells with the Omega-3 Index Complete test. Diet is not the only thing that determines your blood fatty acid levels –metabolism, genetics, gender, weight, age and other lifestyle factors all can play a role. For omega-3s and trans fats, eating that fat directly increases blood levels of that fat. Other fatty acids don’t respond to intake. For example, eating a lot of saturated fat doesn’t directly raise blood levels of saturated fat, but eating a lot of carbohydrate does. This is why testing matters. The only way to know how your blood fatty acids levels and how your diet affects them is to test every 4-6 months.

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Vitamin D

Higher vitamin D levels are linked to bone, brain, heart and cellular health. Historically, a Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with bone health issues. For this endpoint, according to the Institute of Medicine, a serum level of >20 ng/mL is considered sufficient and <12.5 ng/mL is deficient. From OmegaQuant’s perspective, Vitamin D levels should be considered more from a “whole health” perspective than specific to bone health, thus the need to establish a higher optimal target of 30 ng/mL or above.

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Vitamin D

Higher vitamin D levels are linked to bone, brain, heart and cellular health. Historically, a Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with bone health issues. For this endpoint, according to the Institute of Medicine, a serum level of >20 ng/mL is considered sufficient and <12.5 ng/mL is deficient. From OmegaQuant’s perspective, Vitamin D levels should be considered more from a “whole health” perspective than specific to bone health, thus the need to establish a higher optimal target of 30 ng/mL or above.

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Prenatal DHA

DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid found in fish, fish oil, and prenatal supplements, and it is widely regarded as an important nutrient for a healthy pregnancy. The Prenatal DHA Test, which measures the amount of DHA in the blood, lets mom know if she is getting enough of this key nutrient for both her and her baby. We believe a DHA level of 5% offers the most protective health benefits for mom and baby.

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Prenatal DHA

DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid found in fish, fish oil, and prenatal supplements that that is widely regarded asimportant nutrient for a healthy pregnancy. The Prenatal DHA Test, which is a measure of DHA in blood, lets mom know if she is getting enough of this key nutrient for both her and her baby.We believe a DHA level of 5% offers the most protective health benefits for mom and baby.

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Mother’s Milk DHA

Omega-3 DHA is an important component of a baby’s developing brain and it is present in breast milk. DHA levels in breast milk, like blood, go up and down mainly based on how much mom eats. Since American women tend to have low DHA levels, it is reasonable to assume that their breast milk levels are low as well. We recommend Mother’s Milk DHA levels of at least 0.32% to meet the needs of an infant’s growing brain.

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Mother’s Milk DHA

Omega-3 DHA is an important component of a baby’s developing brain and it is present in breast milk. DHA levels in breast milk, like blood, go up and down mainly basedon how much we eat. Since Americans tend to have low DHA levels, it is reasonable to assume that their breast milk levels are low as well. We recommend Mother’s Milk DHA levels ofat least 0.32% to meet the needs of the infant’s growing brain.

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The OmegaQuant Difference
The dried blood spot (DBS) collection method has been used in research and hospitals for decades. The Omega-3 Index and Prenatal DHA Tests were originally proposed as red blood cell (RBC) metrics, but we are able to accurately and consistently measure the RBC equivalents of both tests from a DBS sample, which:
  • Eliminates the need for a full blood draw and expensive shipping of blood tubes
  • Same accuracy as a RBC blood draw
  • Better stability
  • Same validity of the tests
The OmegaQuant Difference
The dried blood spot (DBS) collection method has been used in research and hospitals for decades. The Omega-3 Index and Prenatal DHA Tests were originally proposed as red blood cell (RBC) metrics, but we are able to accurately and consistently measure the RBC equivalents of both tests from a DBS sample, which:
  • Eliminates the need for a full blood draw and expensive shipping of blood tubes
  • Same accuracy as a RBC blood draw
  • Better stability
  • Same validity of the tests
Here’s what some of our Healthcare
Provider customers say about our tests:
Did you know?

Did you know the Omega-3 Index is the only omega-3 blood test supported by more than 200 studies? Learn more from this video.

Did you know that the original paper establishing the rationale for the Omega-3 Index has been cited more than 700 times in the scientific and medical literature? Learn more from this infographic.

Did you know that having a Prenatal DHA level of 5% can reduce the risk of early preterm birth by 42%? Learn more from this video.

Did you know that a mom’s DHA levels continue to affect her baby’s cognitive development up to 2 years of age? Learn more from this video.

Did you know that where you live can impact your Vitamin D blood level? Learn more from this blog.

Knowledge Base

FAQ

Our FAQ page contains answers to some of the most common questions about how to take our tests, digest the results, and create a plan of action.

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FAQ

Our FAQ page contains answers to some of the most common questions about how to take our tests, digest the results, and create a plan of action.

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If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, consider setting up a consultation with one of our health professionals.

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Shipping Information

For Healthcare Provider Accounts we require a minimum order of 10 tests, and domestic cost of shipping is included in the price. For Healthcare Provider Affiliate Accounts there are no minimum order quantities.

Results

Our turnaround time is 3-5 days once we receive the sample in the lab. It usually takes 4-6 business days for the sample to arrive in the mail. We tell our clients they can expect to see results 1-2 weeks after putting their sample in the mail.

If you are a healthcare provider, results will be uploaded to your webportal account (https://webportal.omegaquant.com/). An email notification will be sent alerting you when new results are posted.

If you are not a healthcare provider, results will be electronically sent to the individual taking the test.

Insurance Reimbursement

OmegaQuant does not bill insurance. Individual practices and even patients are free to submit to insurance companies for reimbursement. In the USA, CPT Code 82542 (quantitative analysis by gas chromatography) is a reasonable code to use, but the ultimate decision on whether to submit and what code to use lies with the ordering physician. Read more about insurance reimbursement from this blog.

Educational Videos

Our YouTube Channel contains 100+ videos that you can use to educate
yourself, staff and patients about the benefits of nutrient status testing

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This test is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent or mitigate any disease. This site does not offer medical advice, and nothing contained herein is intended to establish a doctor/patient relationship. OmegaQuant, LLC is regulated under the Clinical Laboratory improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) and is qualified to perform high complexity clinical testing. The performance characteristics of this test were determined by OmegaQuant, LLC. It has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.