Please review your Benefits Booklet or contact your plan administrator to confirm your coverage. You can still proceed with a test at the preferred price of $399 plus tax. However, you may need to pay for the test out-of-pocket if you are not covered. Do you wish to proceed?
You are not eligible for reimbursement of a pharmacogenomic test by your Equitable benefits plan. However, you can still proceed with a test at the preferred price of $399 plus tax. Do you wish to proceed?
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4) For your mental health condition, are you currently taking or have you stopped taking a medication that does not work or has side effects?
3) Have you been diagnosed with a mental health condition? (Please note, coverage for pharmacogenomic testing is only eligible for plan members diagnosed with mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety disorders and bi-polar disorders.)
2) Does your Equitable Extended Health Care plan include coverage for pharmacogenomic testing?
You are not eligible for a pharmacogenomic test through Equitable.
1) Are you insured by an Equitable Group insurance plan?