Category: Ancillary Allergy

3 Reasons Your Patients and Practice Can Benefit From Allergy Services


Allergy continues to be an ongoing concern for patients through the summer months. Your office is in a position to offer patients relief – permanently. Typically the dropout rate of office based immunotherapy is around 86% and seldom do patients seek the relief they were looking for as few complete treatment. Being able to offer  […]

Superb Ways To Increase Practice Revenue Using Food Allergy Testing, Without Extending Your Workday.

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Food allergy is becoming increasingly popular as more holistic medicine is becoming more mainstream. Having the ability to identify and eliminate food allergens in the diet has the ability to affect individual health and well being significantly. Regular food consumption typically results in tolerance where no physical symptoms result from ingesting food. In contrast, those  […]

How Ancillary Services Like Allergy Treatment Are Increasing Revenue and Patient Satisfaction For Healthcare Professionals


Allergy is the 5th leading chronic disease in the United States among all ages with over 70 million sufferers nationwide. It is also the 3rd leading chronic condition in children aged 18 and under. Allergies can present as a range of non specific symptoms and impact significantly on quality of life for patients. Immunotherapy has  […]

3 Reasons to Secure the Expertise of an Ancillary Medical Services Company


Whether you’re considering adding bio-identical hormone replacement services to your practice, an on-site laboratory, medication dispensing, allergy testing, pharmacogenetics, a medical weight loss program, patient text reminder services, sudopath, platelet rich plasma, urodynamics, durable medical equipment, or all of these ancillary medical services, you’ll want to research the specific products and services offered by the companies you’re  […]

3 Reasons Your Practice Needs an On-Site Allergy-Testing Service


According to Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 50 million people in the United States are estimated to suffer from allergies. That’s 1 out of every 5 Americans; offering an on-site allergy testing service will not only provide this much-needed care, but also increase income. Having an on-site allergy testing service in your medical practice  […]