+ Did you know?

Allergies affect 1 in 5 Americans across the nation and are considered the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the United States.

+ Who Should Be Tested?

Any person who suffers with sinus, headaches, rhinitis, asthma, sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, earaches and many other symptoms are candidates for allergy testing.

+ How do i schedule allergy testing?

Talk to your provider about allergy testing, or reference one of our locations to find one of our partnered providers today!

+ What Should I expect from testing?

Allergy testing is simple, all you need to do is talk to our allergy technician about what medications to avoid prior to testing and come to our Elite Allergy location nearest to you.

When you arrive, our technician will review paperwork with you and discuss the process of testing. The percutaneous testing will last 20 minutes, and if intradermal testing is deemed necessary, this test will only last 10 minutes.

The technician will read your test results and give you a copy of everything you showed an allergic reaction to throughout the test. The technician will also talk to you about treatment options as deemed necessary by the test results. You can expect to be in the office for 40-60 minutes from start to finish.

+ Does my health insurance cover this service?

Your allergy technician will call and verify eligibility and benefits with your insurance carrier prior to testing you or starting you on treatment.

Most insurance carriers cover this service under your medical plan’s wellness benefit or under your Primary Care benefits!

+ Provider FAQ

There is no up-front investment required from you. You medically supervise Elite personnel within allergy center and make all medical decisions for your patients. Elite only provides allergy services to the patients that you recommend for allergy testing and that you approve for immunotherapy. You provide space and accommodations for Elite staff and equipment.

+ How are payments made to the practice?

Elite provides the billing services, but insurance companies will still pay you in the same manner as they do currently. Elite will then assist with the revenue cycle process and invoice you for the services provided to you and your patient's incident to and under the supervision of the health care provider.

+ Who manages the allergy center?

You, the provider, will determine which patients are candidates for allergy testing and immunotherapy services. You will manage all medical decisions and supervise the clinical aspects of the allergy center.

+ What is required of my staff?

Elite will provide an allergy technician that will facilitate all activities required for allergy testing and immunotherapy.

+ Will training be provided?

Elite provides training for administrative and clinical staff. Training includes information about immunotherapy science and regulatory requirements. We also do extensive training with the providers on site. We will go over step-by-step what is required of you and how we will integrate into your practice.

+ What ongoing support will be provided by Elite?

Elite will provide ongoing continuing education for Elite staff and for providers. Elite will manage and support all administrative and technical requirements of the allergy center. The local Elite Account Manager assigned to your practice ill work with your staff on a regular basis to ensure a successful partnership.

+ What is required prior to testing?

An ear, nose, and throat exam is performed by the provider. The provider determines if testing is medically appropriate.