Who Qualifies?

 

The Procedure

 

Question 1:

Do you have Medicare Primary (B) with any of the following supplemental insurance plans:

 

NO supplemental insurance.

 

Medicaid.

Any Preferred Provider Organization or (PPO). 
 

Tricare For Life
 

No Health Maintenance Organization or (HMO) can be accepted at this time.
 

United Health Care/Medicare Advantage Plans:

   AARP Complete Choice HMO (80-85%)         

   AARP Complete Choice PPO (100%)

   DSNP HMO (80-85%)

   DSNP PPO (100%)

   CSNP HMO (80-85%)

   CSNP PPO (100%)

 

Humana/Medicare Advantage Plans:

   PPO (100%)

   DSNP PPO (100%)

   CSNP PPO (100%)

 

Aetna/Medicare Advantage Plans:

   PPO (100%)

   DSNP PPO (100%)

   CSNP PPO (100%)

 

Cigna-Health Spring/Medicare Advantage Plans:

  PPO (100%)

   DSNP PPO (100%)

   CSNP PPO (100%)

 

WellMed/Medicare Advantage Plans:

   HMO (80-85%)

   PPO (100%)
   DSNP HMO (80-85%)

   DSNP PPO (100%)

   CSNP HMO (80-85%)

Question 2:

Have you ever been diagnosed with any of the following genetic cancers?

List of approved genetic cancers:

  • Breast                               • Stomach

  • Ovarian                            • Melanoma

  • Prostate                           • Cervical

  • Pancreatic                       • Kidney

  • Endometrial                   • Brain

  • Uterine                             • Thyroid

  • Colon                                 • Bladder

  • Rectal

Question 3:

Have 2 of your family members been diagnosed with any of the genetic cancers listed above?
List of approved family members:

  • Mother                                • Grandmother

  • Father                                  • Uncle

  • Brother                               • Aunt

  • Sister                                    • Cousin

  • Son                                         • Niece

  • Daughter                            •Nephew

  • Grandfather           

 

If you answered yes to having Medicare Primary (B) and any one of the supplemental insurance plans, and yes to question 2 and or 3 then you qualify for this free consultation.

You will need 3 things to complete the application. First, your Medicare Primary (B) policy number and your supplemental insurance information if applicable. Second, knowledge of your family’s history with cancer. Third, your Primary Care Physicians (PCP) information. The more information the better. This testing will only be done with your PCPs full knowledge and approval. 

We work in cooperation with your Primary Care Physician (PCP). Once the application is complete and submitted a Letter of Consent and a completed CGX Requisition Form are sent to your PCP and you’re insurance information is verified. When you’re insurance information is approved and your PCP approves the test, a swab kit will be mailed to your house. We will contact you and verbally assist you with this simple swab test. A little paperwork is completed and then all is mailed to the Lab in the provided addressed and paid for return envelope. In four to six weeks you will receive the results of the genetic testing to share with your family. A copy of the genetic testing results will also be sent to your Primary Care Physician. If the genetic test is positive for one or more genetic mutations a genetic consultant will be available at the Lab for you and your PCP to discuss the results in greater detail.

Once you and your PCP have a full understanding of the report you can then create a custom plan to help prevent you from developing cancer. You can share the results and your custom plan with the rest of your family and they can share the information with their Primary Care Physicians. 
 

 

You and your physician can discuss a plan to help prevent you from developing cancer. You can share the results and your plan with the rest of your family and they can share the information with the their primary physicians.

This is an incredible benefit provided by Medicare and an amazing gift of awareness and prevention to give to your whole family.

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