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We’re Personal Injury Attorneys, Can We Order A Scan For Our Client?

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Yes, you absolutely can. Our service can be used by personal injury lawyers, or any other representative, as long as your client has a valid referral from a doctor or chiropractor.

Using Veritas Diagnostic Services to schedule scans for your clients can have benefits for your business as you don’t have to spend valuable time shopping around imaging centers, and you know the cost of the scan up-front which makes managing costs and payouts easier.

Once you’ve ordered a scan from us all you really have to do is ensure that your client turns up for their scan. The procedure for ordering is the same as with a private individual, with the results being sent to the referring physician.

 

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Is Your Service For Consumers Or Primary Care Offices Sending Consumers On Referrals?

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JohnC asked if the services offered by Veritas Diagnostic Services are “for consumers or primary care offices sending consumers on referrals, or both are possible within the system”?

The services offered by Veritas Diagnostic Services are for both consumers and primary care offices. As long as the consumer has a proper referral (required under federal law) from a doctor, chiropractor or other qualifying healthcare professional then they are good to go and seek out an MRI or CT provider.

For insured patients with low deductibles, many primary care offices will refer patients to their preferred imaging center. This normally happens as a matter of course, with the patient not usually receiving a choice about which imaging center they will attend.

Patients with high deductibles or no insurance face a different scenario – once they receive a referral it is left to the patient to find an imaging center that will perform the scan at an affordable price. This can be quite a daunting task that can involve a lot of calling around and price shopping, which adds to the stress the patient is already under.

We encourage primary care offices to ease the burden on their patients by helping them book their scan with Veritas Diagnostic Services before they leave the office. It takes less than 5 minutes to upload the referral, removes a lot of worry from your patient and provides them with a better experience of their visit to your office.

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

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It sounds like the simplest advice in the world, and despite the ear-bug lyrics of the classic hit by Bobby McFerrin it’s still exceedingly difficult to simply stop worrying, especially when those worries are financial or health related.

You’ve probably heard of the negative effects that stress and worry can have on your body such as:

  • Feelings of apprehension
  • Muscle tension
  • Restlessness or on edge
  • Easily fatigued
  • Tension headaches
  • Problems with concentration
  • Irritability
  • Shallow, uneven breathing
  • Increase in heart rate and blood pressure
  • Sweating
  • Feeling nauseous or sick
  • Trembling and shaking
  • Sleep disturbance (such as difficulty falling or staying asleep, or restless unsatisfying sleep).

If you’re already in pain, or suspect that you may have a medical condition that requires treatment, then a lot of these effects can exacerbate the problem with negative implications for both your health and the happiness of those around you.

It’s not always easy but sometimes the best way to remove worry is to face it. That can be difficult to do, especially when it’s a medical worry and you know there’s going to be a financial cost such as having to get an MRI, CT or X-ray to even determine if there is a problem.

That’s why Veritas Diagnostic Services exists – to help remove that worry. We don’t claim to be able to solve all your problems, or even remove all of your worry, but we do think we can lessen the burden by making  medical imaging as affordable as possible to everyone. Then you can quit worrying about what the problem might be, or if one even exists and begin the important process of finding the right treatment and healing.

After all, if you must worry it should at least be about the right thing.