Do you accept insurance?
We do not bill insurance.
Draw Me must collect insurances information for your laboratory billing purposes.We do not Bill your insurance.
Do I need a doctors order to have my specimens collected?
If you want the testing to be covered by your insurance carrier. We need the doctor’s order. If you want to pay CASH for your tests, please select the Cash Tests Menu in the app or website and order your tests ,our team will get back to you with a quote shortly.
Where can I have my specimens collected?
We come to your home, workplace, nursing/assisted living facility, etc.
Where is Draw Me available?
Draw Me will be available in major regions throughout California, we are covering Orange County and most part of Los Angeles as of now.
What is the price of a Draw Me Service?
You will always know what your Collection Service costs before you book it. You will get 100% price transparency up front, and you will never get a bill from Draw Me after your visit. Never. You might only receive a bill from laboratories based on your insurance policy.
Can I have my lab results?
If you pay Cash for the tests, you should sign a consent form and we will send you your lab result.
If you use your insurance, you should contact your Lab to release the result to you.
I received an Explanation of Benefits (EOB). Is it from you?
We don’t provide Explanations of Benefits (EOBs) and we don't bill insurances.
How much does Draw Me cost?
We charge $35 for blood draw, $45 if you have your own lab kit. For more prices and information please check our app.
I paid Draw Me $35. Why did I get a separate bill from my insurance?
Your insurance company likely sent you an Explanation of Benefits listing services that were billed by a laboratory you used for your tests, Draw Me never charges your insurance.You only pay one time fee upfront.
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