You can find over 40 dried blood spot tests in our portfolio including:
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin B12
- Omega 3
- Omega 6
And many more…
How does it work?
Your Healthcare provider orders the test
The test kit is delivered to the office or your home.
You take the test in the doctor’s office or at home
The blood collection card is sent to the lab in a prepaid mailer
Pay for your test by credit card
Easy and secure payment
Get accurate results
Receive test results through the secure portal in just a few days
How do I collect the sample?
If you are interested and your doctor is not part of Boston Heart Diagnostics’ community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our clinical labs are CLIA certified and CAP accredited, which means that our tests and practices are up to the highest standards in the nation. Before they’re publicly available, every biomarker undergoes an extensive validation at the lab to make sure that the test is both
accurate and precise.
Start by thoroughly reviewing the written instructions and brief collection video. Remember to fast for at least 8 hours and drink 3 cups of water in the hour before collecting your sample.
Remember to write your name, date of birth and collection date on the blood card. A common error is not getting enough blood into the collection squares. Keep your hands in very warm water for at least 2 minutes and do some jumping jacks to enhance the blood flow before you prick your finger. Try not to get too much blood in the collection square. The video will show you how much to add. Mail your sample back to the lab the same day.
We accept credit card or PayPal payments. Payment is made at the time of sample collection.
No, not at this time.
Your test results will be available to the ordering healthcare provider using a secure electronic portal that maintains the privacy and confidentiality of your personal health information. You will also be able to view your test results on a secure patient portal if you register as a patient
at mybostonheart.com. Patients are advised to follow up with the ordering healthcare provider to review test results.
TNP means “test not performed”. Unfortunately, the lab was unable to test your sample. This could be because the sample wasn’t collected properly, or there wasn’t enough sample to test.
The sample must arrive to the lab within a timeframe that meets lab protocol. It’s important to collect and mail your sample back on the same day.