Here’s how in-network labs save you money compared with out-of-network labs:
|In-Network Hospital Lab
Save money on your lab work
Here are two ways to save:
- If your lab sample is taken at the doctor's office, ask your doctor to use an in-network lab for testing.
- If your doctor sends you to a lab for a test, ask your doctor to use an in-network lab.
Find an in-network lab to reduce your cost of care
Your doctor may not know which lab can save you the most money on your lab work. Before your next doctor's visit, search our database of participating labs and share the information with your doctor.
Find in-network labs by following these steps:
- Visit our Find Care page to find a lab
- View the list of laboratory Patient Service Centers (PDF)
- Call customer service using the number on the back of your member ID card
Our provider directory was developed using information from network providers, facilities and other third parties. We do our best to post the most accurate, up-to-date information.
Note: Because providers are continually added to our network and providers occasionally decide not to participate, we can’t guarantee the accuracy or currency of our information at the time of your search.
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