Yes, completed requisition can be faxed to 520-626-7701. Attention: Gina Delgado, Clinical Services Coordinator. For additional questions regarding test orders, please call 520-626-5502.
Your physician will complete a test order requisition that will require information such as your complete name, address, date of birth and insurance information. A copy of previous lab tests and medical records may also be requested. Rest assured that all information is secure and private. UAGC-CS strictly follows HIPAA guidelines.
Yes, a consent form must be completed and signed in addition to the completed requisition form prior to performing any tests. This should be provided by the ordering physician.
Yes, UAGC-CS cannot process any test requests without a signed physician order on file.
Some insurance companies cover genetic testing. Benefits and eligibility vary with different plans. It is recommended that you contact your insurance company to obtain benefit, co-pay, co-insurance and deductible information for your plan. UAGC-CS will assist with the insurance authorization process prior to performing any test by submitting a pre-authorization request to your insurance. If the test is not covered, there are payment options available.
UAGC-CS is Medicare certified. We currently are not contracted with commercial carriers.
The solid tumor gene panel test can detect single nucleotide variations, short insertions and short deletions. The test cannot detect large insertions, deletions, copy number variations, or gene fusions.