A member asked:

I'm trying to schedule a std full panel test and all the places i research online don't carry my insurance provider. is the a way i can find out?

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Dr. Tonya Knoll answered

Specializes in General Practice

Insurance: Try calling your insurance provider to see where you can have the testing done. They should be able to tell you where you are in network.

Answered 4/15/2015

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Dr. James Ferguson answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

Check your insurer: Most insurers have a list within their system of which providers or clinics are part of their benefit package. Updated lists are usually available on line. Once the provider is listed, your other issue is finding out what testing is covered by your insurance. Again, your insurer is the place you get these details. Know your insurance. If you have uncovered visits or tests run,you will pay the cost

Answered 4/15/2015

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Dr. Robert Uyeda answered

Specializes in General Surgery

Contact your: insurance company by phone, visit their home page, or get help from the agent who sold the policy to you or your employer. Insurance companies are getting increasingly restrictive with their participating providers, so it might take some work.

Answered 4/15/2015

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