Payment and Insurance

Testing Services are provided under a "fee-for-service", patient-directed testing model. We do not accept or bill insurance, though many insurance providers may offer reimbursement.

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How to Pay

We accept major credit cards and HSA cards.

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When to Pay

Payment is expected at the time of service. Failure to pay for services may delay the release of results.

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Health Savings Accounts, common with many High Deductible Health Plans, may be used; testing is considered a qualified medical expense.

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We do not accept or bill insurance, though many private insurance providers may reimburse you for all or part of the cost of testing based on their agreement with you. Typically, this requires downloading a reimbursement claim form from your insurance provider's website, filling it out, and submitting the form to your insurer.

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Medicare / Medicaid

We do not accept or bill Medicare, Medicaid, or state-based public insurance options. Medicare, Medicaid, and state-based public insurance options require an order from a qualified provider to receive reimbursement. Patient-directed testing, which comprises our entire menu, do not qualify for submission to these insurance options. Patients who utilize these insurance options, including Medicare supplemental insurance options, will be responsible for the payment of any services ordered.

Private Insurance Submissions

While euverita does not submit claims to insurance, we can provide most of the information you will need to successfully submit a claim on your own behalf.

Private Insurance Submission Information

While euverita does not accept or process insurance claims, many private insurance companies are willing to reimburse patients for some or all of the cost of the laboratory tests we provide as part of their "out-of-network" claims process. Medicare, Medicare Supplemental, Medicaid, and State-sponsored insurance plans will not pay for direct-to-patient testing.

​Provided below are links to the publicly available Medical Claim processing forms for common healthcare insurance companies does business in the Wisconsin and Minnesota healthcare markets. euverita has no relationship with the healthcare insurance providers listed and does not endorse, promote, or participate in any of the plans listed. The links and information below is provided for the convenience of our patients only. For all questions related to your insurance plan, please contact your insurance provider.

Click the logo of your insurance provider below to download the proper claim form.* Please note, links will take you to your insurance company's website and will open in a new window.

* Not all insurance providers allow public access to their claim forms. If you do not see your insurance company listed, you will need to contact your insurance provider to request the medical claim form.

Information for your Claim

The most commonly requested information needed to process a claim is presented below. For specific instructions on submitting your claim, contact your insurance company.

Provider Name and Address

153 Bridgepoint Drive
South Saint Paul, MN 55075

Place of Service

Independent Laboratory (code 81)

Type of Service

Diagnostic lab (code 05)

Federal Tax ID (EIN)


Procedure Codes

COVID-19 Antigen - 87426
COVID-19, Infectious agent detection by nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) - 87635
COVID-19 Antibody - 86328

Diagnosis Codes

(Select the most appropriate)

  • Z20.828, Contact with and (suspected) exposure to other viral communicable diseases
  • Z11.59, Encounter for screening for other viral diseases
  • R05 Cough
  • R06.02 Shortness of breath
  • R50.9 Fever, unspecified
  • U07.1 Asymptomatic with a positive result