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Sa Pathology Agreement To Pay Form

October 5, 2021

Note that NRL tests are not covered by Australian Medicare or private insurance systems. Please ensure that the correct accounting information is included on the application form. If the patient has to pay for the test, a payment form must be attached to the application form and sample (available here). When ordering/collecting the sample for this test, please attach a full copy of the agreement for the payment of the requested test – Billing approval (see URL link above for the form) Many of the tests performed at the National Referral Laboratory require the arrival of a new blood sample within 48 hours of collection. Since this is often difficult to achieve, especially outside of Australia, it is also possible to prepare leukocytes and send them frozen to us for analysis. Leukocytes can be obtained with one of two methods of leukocyte preparation. Both agree in the same way, although it can be difficult to get the Necessary Dextran for the first method. Information on prenatal diagnostics can be found here. For any information about the tests performed by the laboratory or the availability of test results, please contact the laboratory at the following address: Clinical Labs is committed to minimizing the cost of hospital and daily procedures. Clinical Labs has “seamless” agreements with most major healthcare funds, but a pathology account is established for patients who are part of a fund where there are no agreements. www.sapathology.sa.gov.au/testcatfiles/AGC-026.pdf Julia Dobbins Bev Fong Sharna Lloyd-James Kerry McDonald`s Tests for these groups are not entitled to Medicare discounts and a prepayment is required. Insured foreign visitors must also pay in advance and then pick them up from their insurance company. If the transfer relates to a WorkCover, a transportation accident board, or an insurance application, an account can be sent directly to these organizations.

Patients must provide their requirement number at each visit. Outpatients receive an account from Clinical Labs. These fees are aligned with the Australian Medical Association (AMA) recommended rates. In some circumstances, a “surcharge” applies, which means that the human services service does not cover the full amount of the bill and patients must pay the difference. If patients have recent student insurance at Medibank Private, Allianz Global Assistance, AHM or BUPA, we may be able to bill directly to the insurer. If we are not able to invoice the insurer directly, a prepayment is required. Australian Clinical Labs` fees are based on the Australian Medical Association (AMA) recommended rates and, while members of non-participating funds are subject to an “expense fee”, this “variance fee” will not exceed $500 for the entire hospitalization. Many of the services offered by the National Referral Laboratory are not offered elsewhere in the Southern Asian region.

Thus, the laboratory regularly receives samples from Southeast Asia, the Pacific Basin and beyond. Phone: +61 (0) 8161 7294 Fax: +61 (0) 8161 7100 Email: [email protected] National Referral Laboratory Dept of Biochemical Genetics 4th Floor, Rogerson Building SA Pathology (at WCH) 72 King William Road North Adelaide SA 5006 AUSTRALIA For testing and fees, please see the SA Pathology Collection Guide here. With high-quality biochemical and molecular tests, the laboratory offers the first diagnostic tests and prenatal diagnostics for more than 60 different diseases. In addition, the laboratory also offers family studies, support tests, prognostic studies and/or follow-up therapies for many of these diseases. To verify authorization, please contact our customer service team at 1300 369 762. . . .


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