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Yes. LabCorp makes it easy to pay any balance owed by presenting your credit card or health care savings account (HSA) card when you check into a LabCorp lab location (patient service center) to have a specimen collected. For more about the Sign & Go Preauthorized Credit Card Option, visit here and scroll to the bottom.
You will not receive a notification from LabCorp prior to your card being charged. You will receive a confirmation letter after your card has been charged. The letter will include the dollar amount charged, the date the card was charged, and the confirmation number.
Your credit/health savings account card information is safe with us. LabCorp secures this data and protects it within our network. We have adopted payment card industry security standards, and we will destroy your card information after a charge has been processed or your insurance company has notified us that you are not responsible for any charges.
Patients must present their test request paperwork at a LabCorp patient service center for specimen collection. To take advantage of the LabAccess Partnership (LAP) program, patients must pay the discounted fees of the ordered laboratory tests in full at the time of service. Patients with unpaid laboratory charges will not be eligible for the program until overdue balances are satisfied.
LabCorp offers programs to assist those patients who have true financial needs, including:
- Patient-specific payment plans
- Special payment plans for financial hardship
- Indigent request from physician/facility
- LabAccess Partnership program
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