Pay for the NPDX ASD Blood Test

Accepted Payment Methods

Upon completion of laboratory analysis of your blood sample by NeuroPointDX, we’ll automatically submit the cost to your health insurance company for payment. If you don’t have health insurance, you’ll be responsible for the cost of the NPDX ASD test.

You can pay for the NPDX ASD test through:

  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Flexible Spending Arrangement (FSA)
  • Check or Money Order
  • MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express

NPDX diagnostic services qualify for the use of HSA/FSA funds. You can pay for the NPDX ASD test using one of our payment methods if you do not have health insurance. You will be responsible for any part of the cost of the NPDX ASD test not covered by insurance. If you make payment by Check Money Order, or Credit Card, you can include it with your NPDX ASD Test Requisition Form. You may also send a check or money order By Mail. Be sure to include the patient’s name and date of birth on the check or money order to ensure payment is applied correctly.

Credit card payments may also be made using our secure online payment system by calling us at 608-441-8187 or 833-434-6965.

Financial Assistance Available

NeuroPointDX has two Financial Assistance programs to help families cover the cost of testing. In either case, full payment must be received prior to release of test results. Contact Us to discuss either of these options

Payment Plan
NeuroPointDX has a simple payment plan available to help anyone paying out-of-pocket for our test may elect to use our payment plan, which distributes the cost of our test over three (3) months. Once we receive your first down payment, we will conduct the analysis. You will not receive final results until all payments have been made.

Compassionate Care Program (CCP)
NeuroPointDX is committed to making our test available to as many patients as possible. Our Compassionate Care Program provides testing at a reduced cost, based on financial need.

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