Laboratory Testing

Choosing an experienced laboratory is critical to a successful underwriting process.

ExamOne’s laboratory has been serving the life insurance industry for more than 30 years. Now, backed by the strength of Quest Diagnostics, the nation’s leading provider of diagnostic testing, ExamOne has access to industry-leading experts and tests.

As the life insurance branch of Quest Diagnostics, we are focused on tests and data that help you manage risk. That’s why we have a five-star approach to laboratory research and development.

Research and Development

In addition to mortality research and industry partnerships with MIB Solutions, we provide more than 3,000 tests to our clinical laboratory clients and we examine the applicability and usefulness of these clinical tests to our insurance clients. Additionally, there are ongoing efforts to identify new assays for markers that might be critical for the risk assessment testing industry.

Our fully accredited and certified laboratory uses the highest caliber of laboratory equipment, qualified personnel and extensive automation to minimize human error. 

We provide clients with statistical and results analysis, actuarial information, kit inventory and usage tracking to help you monitor and manage your laboratory testing trends.

Fully Accredited and Certified

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 
  • College of American Pathologists's Laboratory Accreditation Program
  • CAP Forensic Drug Testing Program
  • Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment
  • New York State Department of Health

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  • Technicians are overwhelmingly rated as "courteous and professional."*

  • 99% of participants thought appointments were fast and convenient.*

  • 9 out of 10 people would recommend ExamOne to a friend.*

*Based on 2010 survey.