LabCorp and its Specialty Testing Group, a fully integrated portfolio of specialty and esoteric testing laboratories.
If you do not have insurance you will have to pay for the tests performed by LabCorp before specimen collection services are performed.
If your health care benefits do not cover clinical laboratory testing services, you will have to pay for the tests performed by LabCorp before specimen collection services are performed.
If you have received an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company that shows different information than the bill you received from LabCorp, please forward a copy of your EOB to LabCorp. You may fax this information to 866-227-2939 (toll free) or mail a copy of the EOB to:
You should have received an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company that explains in detail the services as either paid or denied. If you need further assistance determining the reason(s) why your insurance company did not pay for your services, please contact your insurance carrier directly for information about its coverage policies.
If you are covered by more than one commercial insurance plan, your primary insurer will process your claim first, and then any remaining balance will be billed to the secondary insurer. If you receive a bill from LabCorp before you receive an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your secondary insurance, please contact Patient Billing at 800-845-6167 to confirm your secondary insurance information was received and a claim was filed.
Please read your bill carefully. A line-item adjustment will be printed on the first bill you receive from LabCorp if we have received payment from your insurance company. If you are still uncertain, you can either contact your insurance company directly or contact LabCorp Patient Billing at 800-845-6167.
LabCorp will file claims directly to Medicare, Medicaid, and many insurance companies and managed care plans. Before you have lab tests performed, please make sure:
Once your insurer has processed your claim, you will receive an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurer informing you of the amount it will pay for your laboratory services.