Quantum Diagnostics uses innovative, state of the art technology to support each customer’s success. Combining deep content and technology, we deliver better outcomes for our customers and their business.
Quantum Diagnostics uses leading legal, regulatory, public, business and proprietary resources to give our customers a 360-degree profile from basic information like names, phones, emails, and addresses, to detailed data on employment, aliases, assets, criminal history, bankruptcies and much more. We cross-reference location technology to make sure that our reports are thorough and detailed.
Using advanced algorithms to scour billions of records, we make sure to deliver a comprehensive profile in seconds.
Quantum Diagnostics provides insights for:
- Criminal Background Reports
- Vehicle VIN # and Vehicle Recovery
- Addresses, SSN’s, corporate and personal telephone numbers
- Business searches
- Debt recovery
- Identity authentication
- Corporate risk management and due diligence
- Threat assessment
- Fraud detection and prevention
- Legislative compliance
- Overall customizable reports
As opposed to drawing blood specimen, which usually requires a patient’s consent, the collection of a urine specimen is needle-free and easy.
Drugs and drug metabolites that are found in urine are typically in a stable condition, meaning that there is a high chance of distinguishing them. Urine specimens usually contain detectable levels of drug use at a high concentration and over an extended period of time.
Drugs of abuse in urine (DAU) testing often have a three-day window of opportunity to accurately detect drug abuse. However, for drugs which dissolve in lipids, fats, or oils, evidence can remain in urine for a longer period. Psychoactive drugs can last up to 21 days, while traces of cannabinoids remain in urine for up to 60 days.
Although urine testing is the most common drug testing method, it’s not foolproof. That’s why we suggest specimen validity testing. By measuring pH, creatinine and specific gravity and testing for adulterants and may be added to the urine; we can ensure the integrity of the test. Quantum Diagnostics is one of the few laboratories to offer oxidant identification for some of the most common oxidizing adulterants.