Myriad has a commitment to removing cost as a potential barrier to patients receiving valuable, accurate test results

Questions you may have…

Will Myriad’s genetic testing be covered by my insurance?

When one of our tests is ordered for you, we will work with your insurance provider to help you get the appropriate coverage allowed by your plan. At Myriad, we believe every patient should have access to the highest quality testing because we know how useful it is in helping healthcare providers deliver the best medical care possible. If you have questions about billing or coverage, please call Myriad at 877-283-6709 for more details.

What if I have a high deductible plan or co-insurance?

If you have a high deductible or co-insurance, you may qualify for the Myriad Financial Assistance Program (MFAP) for a reduced out-of-pocket cost of no more than $100.

What is Myriad's Financial Assistance Program?

You may qualify if you meet insurance criteria and your household income is less than the income guidelines below:

Persons in Family or Household

48 Contiguous States & D.C.

1 $36,180
2 $48,720
3 $61,260
4 $73,800
5 $86,340
6 $98,880
For each additional person, add $12,540

Note: Financial Criteria above are based on the January 2017 U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services Poverty Guidelines multiplied by three, which are subject to change and can be found at (including Alaska and Hawaii). Myriad reserves the right to terminate or modify its Financial Assistance Program at anytime.

Patients who are recipients of U.S. government-funded programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, Medicare-Advantage and Tricare may not be eligible.

Uninsured patients meeting specific financial and medical criteria may qualify to receive testing at no charge.

How do I apply for Myriad's Financial Assistance Program?*


Include your income and number of family members in your household on the Test Request Form (TRF) your healthcare provider asks you to sign.


Provide your correct email address and phone number on the TRF so Myriad can contact you with further details.


Provide income verification (from your most recent tax return) and complete a 1-page application.

What is the difference between an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) and a bill?

Your insurance carrier will process our claim and then send you an Explanation of Benefits (EOB)—THIS IS NOT A BILL. Most patients do not receive a bill, and you will NOT be responsible for any balance unless you receive a bill directly from Myriad, even if you receive a denial letter from your insurance company. If you have concerns about your EOB please contact Myriad.

Myriad Explanation of Benefits

What if I need help with my bill?

If you encounter ANY financial hardship associated with your genetic test, Myriad will work with you toward your complete satisfaction. Myriad provides payment plans without interest, where you can pay as little as $15/month if you have a bill.

Myriad promises to partner with you toward your complete satisfaction

For more information: email or call (844) 697-4239

* For uninsured patients please go to for application information