Order Your Own Blood Tests on the Internet

Now you can order your own blood and other laboratory tests on the internet without a doctor’s order.
You go to the lab company’s website and order the labs you want and pay for them with your credit/debit card. The company will send you an e-mail requisition which you will print out and take to a laboratory collection center near you.

Internet lab test websites work through large national laboratory companies like Labcorp so the tests are as reliable as a hospital lab. Also these national laboratory companies will almost certainly have a collection center near you. It is to the collection center that you will go to have your blood tests done or your urine samples taken.

In one or two days after your blood draw is taken, you will receive the results by e-mail. You can then share them with your doctor or anyone else you want. The internet company can send a copy of your tests to your doctor if you have signed a HIPAA release form with the internet company. The HIPAA form is an online form you will fill that which gives the company permission to send your results to your doctor.

The process is very simple. First you decide what blood tests or urine tests you want to order.

Then, simply type  “internet blood tests” into google search and you will get a list of companies that can provide this service. Then you just visit several sites to find the best price for the tests you want.

You can also use this service to get blood tests your doctor orders for you instead of going to the hospital. If you don’t have health insurance or have a very high deductible, this can be much less expensive.

Just go online and order and pay yourself for the tests the doctor ordered. And then the lab company will send you the results report. They will also send it to your doctor as long as you have filled out their online HIPAA form which is easy to do.

Internet blood tests are easy to get and may save you lots of money. Visit an online lab site and see what you think.

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