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Walk them through the process so there are no surprises on exam day. Our office can help you with exam ordering.
Inform your client that they will be receiving a call from the examining service to schedule the date and time for their insurance exam to be completed.
During the exam, clients will be asked about medical history: listing of medications (both prescribed and over the counter) and medical professionals seen in the last five years.
This will need to be performed in a place that is suitable for the client to lie down with privacy.
Historically these are the best days for big exams. If taken on a Friday, lab work may sit over the weekend. On Monday, the client may
have overindulged during the weekend (alcohol/salt/high-fat food). We recommend morning exams and overnight/a.m. fast prior to bloodwork (no caffeine or food and limited water).
Both blood and urine samples will be taken for the majority of the cases. Face amount and age are the determining factors for which labs will be drawn.