Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)2019-03-02T18:05:35+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What if the practice can’t perform lab work on patients with certain payors?2018-11-20T22:34:28+00:00

Every laboratory has to refer samples to a reference lab… Even reference labs. This is common. No need to take a financial hit. Just send those samples to the best participating provider for the patient.

Can’t they just do this themselves?2018-11-20T22:33:02+00:00

Absolutely! But why haven’t you? It’s because your time is precious and your level of knowledge may cause significant delays and costly mistakes in the process.

Why is the program structured the way it is?2018-11-20T22:32:35+00:00

The program is structured to defer costs to decrease if not eliminate up front cash requirements.

Who bills for the lab services?2018-11-20T22:32:08+00:00

Our clients bills for their lab services. Assurity can help clients develop their knowledge on how to bill, but does not actually perform the billing function.

Does this cover the cost of integrating my lab data with their EMR?2018-11-20T22:31:45+00:00

Yes, from the LIS side. Additional charges may be charged by your EHR vendor

How long is the agreement with Assurity?2018-11-20T22:31:10+00:00

Typically 2 years

Is this a revenue share agreement?2018-11-20T22:30:45+00:00

No. All fees from Assurity are flat rate and on a transparent pricing schedule.

Why do you need their payor contract information?2018-11-20T22:29:41+00:00

In order to provide the most complete and accurate P&L forecast, we need accurate payor and volume information to accurately represent the opportunity and cost ratios.

Who owns the lab?2018-11-20T22:28:24+00:00

Our clients own their labs. We just do the heavy lifting to get them up and operating and then manage their operation through the contract period.