Our simple cheek swab analyzes 33 genes that increase your risk of the most common hereditary cancers.
Our quick and easy cheek swab analyzes 16 genes to determine your potential for adverse and non-responsive reactions to medication, allowing you and your doctor to optimize your treatment plan with the appropriate medications and doses.
Click "See If I Qualify" on the Genetic Test you’re interested in and fill in your information on our secure form so that we can run your benefits to determine whether or not your insurance will cover you for Genetic Testing.
Upon approval by your insurance, we will contact you to review all your information and get your consent to reach out to your Primary Care Physician so that he/she can make a Medical Necessity judgment based on the information provided.
Once we receive consent from your primary care physician we will ship out our non-invasive cheek swab to your home with detailed instructions on how to conduct the test and mail it back to our laboratory.
We process your sample at our laboratory and return the results to you and/or your primary care physician. Our genetic counselor will then call you to discuss your results and any findings that may have appeared.
Our Lab – AmeriHealth is accredited by both the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) and the Commission on Laboratory Accreditation (COLA). A CLIA-Certified lab must meet specific quality standards, including qualifications for individuals who perform the test and other standards that ensure the accuracy and reliability of results.
We use leading technology to genotype your DNA – a MiniSeq System that is a genetic sequencer from Illumina that provides proven next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology with a fast turn around on results.
We work with your insurance providers to determine whether or not your benefits will cover diagnostic testing. Typically, if you have the required coverage, you will have little to no out of pocket cost.
In the event your insurance plan does not cover diagnostic testing, we offer a cash pay price. This price varies depending on which test you take and the genes/panel your Primary Care Physician orders. If you wish to take the test, but your PCP does not see it as Medically Necessary, unfortunately, we can not accept payment or run this test for you. It can only be ordered by your PCP.
If you would like to discuss the cash pay option, feel free to call our office on 561-829-5383 and one of our customer support specialists will guide you through this process.
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The Health Awareness Project “HAP" is an owned and operated brand extension of AmeriHealth Laboratory, specifically formed for the commercialization of our noninvasive, saliva-based Cancer Genomics “CGx” and Pharmacogenomics “PGx" molecular tests.
AmeriHealth was founded in 2014 and is accredited by both the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) and Commission on Laboratory Accreditation (COLA). AmeriHealth currently performs a range of diagnostic tests that include toxicology and other blood tests. Further, AmeriHealth is expanding its reach to specialize in high-complexity targeted sequencing, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotyping, Next- Generation Sequencing (NGS), high-resolution immune profiling, and cutting-edge environmental testing.
Our story focuses on innovative problem solving, by combining a group of powerful technologies, a highly experienced team and out of the box thinking in order to become the leaders in Preventative Health Care.