Immunoscore® has been covered and paid by some health insurance plans. However, individual plans may not cover the test. This section explains how Veracyte handles billing for our tests.
Veracyte will perform tests ordered by a physician and will file claims on behalf of the physician’s patients, regardless of our network status or coverage for the Immunoscore®.
Therefore, at the time the order is submitted, Veracyte will need all necessary health insurance information.
Please note that patients will be responsible for any deductibles, co-payments, and/or co-insurance in accordance with the terms of each. In many cases, patients can expect to pay no more than $190 out of pocket for the Immunoscore® if the test is covered by your insurance, and about $450 if your plan does not cover the Immunoscore®.
The most we will bill your health insurance plan is $3,000 per test for patient’s individual health insurance plan and any applicable federal or state laws. In some cases, these amounts may be billed directly to the patient by Veracyte when required by law or by a health plan’s rules.
Veracyte does offer monthly payment plans on a case-by-case basis to those patients who are unable to pay their full balance by the due date.
The information above is provided for informational purposes only and Veracyte, Inc. makes no representation whatsoever as to the appropriate plan of care or selection of treatment for any individual, as this is exclusively within the professional judgment of the individual’s treating physician. Veractye, Inc. expressly makes no representation, statement, promise, or guarantee that any service or procedure will be covered or paid by any health plan. Third-party reimbursement for health care items and services is affected by numerous factors, and this document does not address all of the laws, rules, or policies that are associated with coverage or payment for services. All physicians and facilities are strongly encouraged to consult individual plan policies, manuals, and newsletters, current and authoritative coding publications, and to speak with their third-party payers as needed with specific questions about coverage, coding, and payment policies.