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How lab tests work

How lab tests work

1

Order your test

Easily browse and book lab tests in a wide variety of categories.

2

Visit a lab

With over 2,000 labs and urgent care clinics to choose from, select the best location for you.

3

Get results online

Receive your results securely and quickly, including charts and explanations.

Why use Solv?

Testing designed for you

We've partnered with over 2000 lab testing centers and urgent cares to get the answers you need.

Flexible ways to pay

Flexible ways to pay

Use insurance for a doctor-prescribed lab, or simply pay for a self-ordered test.

Digital results

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Use your results and insights to take action on your health.

Safe and secure

Safe and secure

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Reviewed by physicians

Reviewed by physicians

Board-certified physicians review your results before you receive them.

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Lab testing FAQs

Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about lab tests.

There are 2 ways to order a lab test. The first way is by visiting one of our many Urgent Care partners for a referral, which allows you to use insurance. The second option is by choosing a self-pay, self-ordered test, which doesn't require provider guidance or referral. After you purchase your test, you'll receive testing instructions.
Lab test check samples of body tissues or fluids, such as blood and urine, to determine if the results are normal. There are many reasons to get a lab test, from routine evaluations to help diagnosing specific diseases or conditions.
Some blood tests require that you refrain from eating or drinking anything but water prior to having your blood drawn. Fasting or diet requirements will be detailed after you book your test.
Self-pay tests are only available for adults 18+. If you need a test for your child, our Urgent Care partners can order a lab test for you.
You can expect to provide a small sample of your body fluid, such as urine, blood, stool, saliva, or semen, during a lab test. The method of obtaining samples for a lab test varies based on the type of test. You can expect a healthcare professional to collect a blood, nasal, or throat specimen. You will provide urine, fecal, or sputum samples.
The turnaround time for lab test depends on the complexity of the test and other factors. As soon as your results are ready, you will recieve a notification. If you booked your test through Quest, you can log into your account to see the status of your results.
You will receive an email notification or text message when your results are ready. For self-ordered tests, you can log in and view the results on your Quest Results page.
No, we do not accept referrals for lab tests booked through Solv. If your doctor has ordered a lab test for you and you want to use your insurance to pay for it, you will need to book separately. If you'd like to obtain a doctor's referral, or use insurance for your test, schedule a visit at an Urgent Care near you.
Your lab results will not be shared with a provider unless you decide to share your results directly. We urge you to share your results with your doctor to make the best decisions for your health.
We recommend you share your results with your doctor to make the best decisions for your health. If your test is ordered through Quest and your results indicate needing prompt attention or for results that indicate positive sexuallly transmitted diseases or HIV, you'll receive a call directly from the PWN care coordination team.
Types of payment accepted for your test depend on which lab you book through. For tests booked through Quest, the following credit cards are accepted: Visa®, Mastercard®, American Express. Debit cards and Apple Pay are also accepted. Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) cards can also be used if they work as credit/debit cards. We do not determine eligibility of expenses under the rules for your HSA/FSA.
If you'd like to use your insurance for a lab test, book a visit at an Urgent Care clinic to obtain a referral and receive your lab test. If you select the self-pay option, insurance is not accepted but Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) cards may be used as long as they work as credit/debit cards.

This publication is not intended to solicit the purchase of laboratory testing from any individual consumer.

Dr. Rob Rohatsch, MD

Updated on Jan 25, 2023

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Dr. Rob Rohatsch, MD
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Dr. Rob Rohatsch currently serves as Chief Medical Officer for Solv Health. Dr. Rohatsch brings his extensive background in multi-site ambulatory medicine operations, on-demand healthcare, and consumerism to Solv, where he helps drive strategic initiatives in a cross functional executive role. He brings comprehensive healthcare expertise ranging from medical group operations to revenue cycle management and clinical expertise.

Dr. Rohatsch completed his military service in the US Air Force and earned his MD from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Rohatsch served on the Yale School of Medicine faculty teaching at the medical school and is currently on faculty at the Haslam School of Business at the University of Tennessee teaching in the Executive MBA Program. He also serves on several boards and chairs The TJ Lobraico Foundation.

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