Life Line screening is a top provider of preventive healthcare screening in the United States of America. Founded in 1993, the company has been on the front line in helping patients to identify asymptomatic risks and enabling them to seek medical attention early enough before the diseases advance to critical stages. The screening is done at the community level with highly skilled professional who employ state-of-the-art ultrasound machines rivaling those found in well-equipped hospitals.
According to Dr. Andrew Manganaro, who serves as the Chief Medical officer of the company, the idea to establish Life Line Screenings was driven by the suffering of patients with asymptomatic diseases he witnessed while working as cardiovascular surgeon. Asymptomatic conditions can be prevented as long as they are diagnosed early. Thus, Life Line Screenings was formed to offer quick, safe, painless, non-invasive preventive screenings that identify stroke, carotid artery disease, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and carotid artery disease among other risks, to permit timely treatment.
Dr. Andrew Manganaro insists that persistence and hard work are the key pillars to successful entrepreneur pursuits. He is charged with the responsibility of quality assurance and managing the clinical department. Besides, stirring research activities, Dr. Manganaro is also the supervisor of board certified reading physicians.
The number of consumers of Life Line Screenings services continues to grow and Dr. Manganaro projects that the trend with go on in the future. The continued surge in customer-base is attributed to robust marketing techniques employed by the company and the increased use of advanced technology in screenings. Life Line screenings has also managed to secure support from a large number of vascularists.
Life Line Screenings offers three main type of preventive screenings. Finger-stick blood screenings, this test is done in order to identify risk factor that cause diabetes or heart diseases. Limited electrocardiograph is another important diagnosis that aims at detecting irregular heartbeat, which is linked to stroke. The company also uses advanced Doppler color flow ultrasound technology to conduct Ultrasound screenings that reveal accurate images of body structures. The results from these screenings are shared with the patient’s doctor and the scientific community.