Molecular Testing Labs Adds Hawaii Medicaid to Growing List of Contracts

Published On: October 5, 2023By Categories: Company News/Press/Partnerships


Molecular Testing Labs is proud to announce our partnership with Hawaii Medicaid, adding to our forty-four (44) state Medicaid and twenty-seven (27) Medicaid Managed Care plan partnerships already in place. We are committed to providing quality and equitable care to Medicaid recipients nationwide with our affordable and accessible opportunities for diagnostic testing. 

Our innovative approach to diagnostic specimen collection helps to address some social determinants of health and narrows gaps in care by bringing convenient diagnostic testing to communities large and small. Our testing options supplement current provider networks by opening further avenues to obtaining acute and preventative care for Medicaid recipients.  

We look forward to working with the people of Hawaii and continuing to bring quality and equitable diagnostic testing to patients across the nation.  


About Molecular Testing Labs:  

Headquartered in Vancouver, Washington, Molecular Testing Labs’ leaders are visionary in their approach to precision laboratory diagnostics. They are committed to increasing the accessibility and affordability of diagnostic testing via cutting-edge research and development, advanced logistics, and proprietary technology systems. They provide laboratory solutions through collaborative partnerships with payors, private healthcare institutions, universities, commercial partners, and public health organizations.   

Molecular Testing Labs is a CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited, state-of-the-art reference laboratory passionate about bridging the gap and building bonds between the large communities with access to diagnostics and the smaller, underserved communities that deserve the same access. Molecular Testing Labs is pioneering distribution and specimen collection methods, creating unrestricted access to medical testing where geographic, financial, and stigma barriers create gaps in healthcare delivery. 

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