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Subject 511-1-2 SCHEDULE OF FEES FOR LABORATORY SERVICES

Rule 511-1-2-.01 Fees for Laboratory Services

(1) The Department shall charge a fee for laboratory services according to the schedule in the attached Table.
(2) The fees in the attached Table may be changed by direction of the Commissioner of Public Health as necessary to ensure that the fee reflects the actual cost to the Department, both direct and indirect, of providing the laboratory service. Tests listed in the Table may be discontinued or replaced by direction of the Commissioner of Public Health as may become necessary due to changes in technology, demand for services, or fiscal constraints.
(3) The individual who requests the laboratory services, or for whom the laboratory services are performed, shall be responsible for payment.

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