Mayo Clinic Laboratories is pleased to announce it has been selected as a UnitedHealthcare Preferred Lab Network (PLN) care provider. Under the agreement, effective July 1, 2019, UnitedHealthcare members will have in-network access to Mayo Clinic Laboratories’ comprehensive subspecialty testing menu. As the only global reference laboratory that is integrated with an internationally renowned academic health care institution, Mayo Clinic Laboratories offers 24/7 access to highly specialized medical experts and prevents unnecessary testing with our algorithmic testing approach. We also work with local laboratories to keep patient care in the community, where it is best delivered.
Goal of the collaboration
Mayo Clinic Laboratories was selected to participate in the PLN after a rigorous quality review process evaluating standards for access, cost, data, quality, and service. These standards testify to our ability to deliver care that places a greater emphasis on patient outcomes and the total cost of patient care. Because of this, UnitedHealthcare members may notice a cost savings for services.
Mayo Clinic Tests for UnitedHealthcare Members
As the global reference laboratory for Mayo Clinic, Mayo Clinic Laboratories helps clients advance patient care, strengthen their practice, and broaden access to specialized testing. Through partnerships with clinicians at Mayo Clinic and other health care providers, we are able to offer clients the most sophisticated test catalog in the world. In addition, our diagnostic tests and algorithmic approaches are supported and continuously validated in the Mayo Clinic practice. This ensures clients receive the highest quality results delivered in the most efficient manner, improving patient outcomes and controlling costs for the client.
Access to the Largest Speciality Testing Menu in the World
Mayo Clinic Laboratories is the most robust laboratory and pathology practice in the world. This enables us to offer more than 3,000 screening, diagnostic, theranostic, and prognostic testing approaches to support the following clinical specialties:
- Drug testing
- Genetics and Pharmacogenomics
- Microbiology and Infectious Disease
- Newborn Screening and Pediatrics