Granger Genetics is committed to complying with all federal and state rules and regulations; accordingly, we are providing you with this Annual Notice to Physicians statement. If you have any questions about these regulations or our services, please call Client Services at (844) 947-2643.
- Physicians or other individuals authorized by law to order laboratory tests, who knowingly cause a false claim to be submitted to any federally funded program, may be subject to sanctions or remedies available under civil, criminal and administrative law.
- By signing the test requisition, a physician is attesting to the fact that the submitted test request is reasonable and necessary and they have received no inducement to order any test from Granger Genetics.
- The physician or authorized ordering staff should be aware that the clinical laboratory has the services of a clinical consultant available to ensure proper test ordering.
- Physicians and other authorized ordering parties should only order those tests they believe are medically necessary for their patients.
- Invoices are submitted only for tests that have been both ordered and performed. If the laboratory receives a specimen without a completed and signed test order or with an ambiguous order subject to multiple interpretations, the ordering physician will be contacted to determine what test(s) are to be performed before testing is conducted or an invoice submitted.
- The ordering individual is aware that the clinical laboratory will bill the institution from which the test was received.
- Testing will only be performed with receipt of a completed Granger Genetics test requisition form. If relevant diagnostic information is not provided at the time the service is ordered, testing may not be completed until the required information is obtained. The institution is required to provide information for billing and medical necessity when requesting tests and other documentation as necessary.