Testing can be highly individualized to accurately diagnose your case.
Ordering testing through the ReCODE Report™ ReVERSE (monthly) program
After you see your practitioner:
For prevention patients (with no symptoms), a trained physician might typically run a panel which is the least expensive. For others, who are showing some signs of toxicity (or MCI), their practitioner may need to run a more extensive test panel. We recommend asking your practitioner to order labs as “patient pay,” and to go directly to your nearest LabCorp or Quest Diagnostics rather than running the tests through your practitioner’s office, which can be more expensive. Ask questions and comparison shop.
Other options include Walk-In Lab (walkinlab.com) which offers labs at discounted rates. Many participants report that most (if not all) of these labs are covered by health insurance, depending upon your policy. There are also self-pay discounts for the labs that are not covered by insurance. Ask for an estimate before you have your labs drawn. Out-of-pocket expenses related to lab panels directly correlates to the type of health insurance you possess, and applicable deductibles, etc. Commercial (Non-Medicare) plans tend to cover more of the labs ordered versus Medicare based plans.
Ordering testing through the ReCODE Report (one-time) program
This is a diagnostic resource for your cognitive health without the need to first select a practitioner or make further commitments.
- All lab tests required for an initial assessment are included in the cost.
- Depending on your location blood will be drawn by Quest Diagnostics at a clinic or by a mobile phlebotomist through ExamOne.
- Your labs are processed to automatically generate a ReCODE Report.
- If you have a ReVERSE (monthly) account your finalied ReCODE Report will be available to any practitioner(s) that you select.
Please note that a practitioner may recommend additional tests based on your symptoms. Your ReCODE Report will identify tests that were not included.
As stated above: The one-time ReCODE Report includes all lab tests required for an initial assessment. A list of optional tests are available through the one-time FAQ.
ReVERSE subscribers receive a $300 discount off of a ReCODE Report one-time test and ReCODE Report.
For more information on the differences between ReCODE and ReVERSE, see this link.