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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 5:45 pm
by SabrinaKen
For mobile phlebotomist, paramedical examiners, and other Health Care Professionals; Remember the Order of Draw for Blood Tubes at this site ... BloodTubes

Re: What is the approximate rate fee per insurance exams?

PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 2:12 pm
by pdirector
As always, it depends. If you are receiving exams from another compay, such as APPS, and you are an experienced examiner, just a mobile blood draw should pay you between $25 and $35. If you are recivign exams directly fom an agent, you should receive closer to $50 or a blood draw only. Add at least $10 for measurements and another $10 for an EKG on subcontract work.

You can receive as much as $100 or more for a paramed, blood, urine, ekg, if you choose the right insurance company (such as Pacific Life) and the right company to bill through. I recommend IPS National, which just started offering some billing solutions again for a handful of insurance companies. They are at 877-268-1021 if you want to speak to them about this.

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