Cbc w diff, chem profile, thyroid function, lipid profile, vit D and HgbA1C if diabetic
Cbc w diff
Usually hemoglobin A1C, basic metabolic, CBC, liver, UA. Depends on pt.’s medical history and complaints. Usually order labs once a year… again depending on pt. Issues.
Honestly you have to find out if the insurance covers for annual labs. If not then you should let your patient know that and find out what your facility or company charges for a CBC, CMP, lipid profile, and TSH. You could also use obesity as a payable diagnosis code for those labs or you could use family history as a payable diagnosis code.
Depends on the issue and setting….. a lot of females also get hcg levels drawn if they are of child bearing age
cbc, cmp, lipid, thyroid, a1c, and crp
Depends on what they are here for but usually a cbc (can do differential as well), liver function panel and basic metabolic panel. I work in pediatrics and if it’s an adolescent I would also add on a lipid panel and hemoglobin a1c if they haven’t had it done before.
CBC. CMP. Lipid panel thyroid profile. Depending on gender PSA for males for females CA125 if any history of cancer