Will my Insurance cover an OmegaQuant test?

The tests we offer are reimbursable by insurance companies using code: CPT Code 82542. Success of this reimbursement however is usually influenced by the ICD Code that a HCP enters to provide the reasoning why the test was taken. (i.e. Lipid panel to aid with...

What does OmegaQuant do with your personal information?

The short answer is nothing. We adhere to strict privacy rules, so your personal data is not shared with anyone but you or your healthcare provider (and in this case, only if you allow them to see your results). Any data that is shared in our own research is anonymous...

Can I return an unused collection kit?

Yes, you can return your unused sample collection kit for a refund if the following conditions are met. Returns You have 30 calendar days to return a collection kit from the date you received it. To be eligible for a return, your collection kit must be unused and in...

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