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TWO VISITS, ONE TEST AND THE BILL WENT TO:
1480.58
BILLING W/SPECIAL ALLEGED SCAM GENETIC TEST
5158.48

AM I
TRUST WORTHY
??????
Dr. Tyndal Jones
2775 Cruse Rd NW

Suite 2101
Lawrenceville

GA 30044
P) 770-609-1980
(F) 678-380-7494

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DID NOT INFORM 18 YEAR OLD PLAINTIFF A
"ALLEGED INSURANCE PAID DNA TEST" WOULD
COST HER OVER $3,600  NEVER INQUIRED IF
INSURANCE WOULD PAY THEN BILLED HER
SHE WAS NOT HAPPY WITH $1480.58 BILLED
FOR Two office visits

SIGNATURE
WOMENS HEALTH

Gwinnett
771 Old Norcross Road
Suite 350
Lawrence, GA 30046
(P) 678-380-1200
(F) 678-380-7494
Dekalb
5900 Hillandale Drive
Suite 245
Lithonia, GA 30058
(P) 770-323-9300
(F) 678-380-7494

OCTOBER 31 2016
AFTER FILING THE ATTACHMENTS WILL BE UPLOADED
AND YOU MAY CLICK TO READ THEM. 

NOVEMBER 24 2016
i RECEIVED THIS IN AN EMAIL:
This is why the DR ordered the testing

"Pharmacogenomics is the study of how an individual’s genetic inheritance affects the body’s response to drugs. It may be possible to predict therapeutic failures or severe adverse drug reactions in individual patients by testing for important DNA polymorphisms (genotyping) in genes related to the metabolic pathway (pharmacokinetics) or single transduction pathway (pharmacodynamics) of the drug. Potentially, test results could be used to optimize drug choice and/or dose for more effective therapy, avoid serious adverse effects and decrease medical costs. Some CYP450 enzyme genes are highly polymorphic, resulting in some enzyme variants that have variable metabolic capacities among individuals, and some with little to no impact on activity."

Are these people for real? THE ENTIRE CASE IS BASED ON THE FACT THE TEST WAS BILLED AT 3600.00 AND THE PATIENT WAS NEVER INFORMED OF COSTS, THAT THE TEST WOULD BE RUN, AND THE DR STATED SHE WOULD CHECK WITH THE INSURANCE COMPANY FIRST! IT WAS A SCAM!

IF YOU WANT LIFE INSURANCE THINK TWICE BEFORE GETTING GENETIC TESTS:

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WHAT 18 YEAR OLD JUST GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL WOULD AGREE TO A $3,678. DOLLAR DNA TEST  WHEN SHE WAS TRYING TO EARN A  LIVING ON JUST OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL PAY? SIGNATURE WOMENS HealthCare WAS MAKING LOTS OF CASH!

THEY HAD ALREADY RECEIVED
1480.58
FOR ONE APPOINTMENT WITH A TEST AND THE OTHER TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE TEST

THEN DECIDED PAUPER THEIR  PATIENT WITH A 
A TEST KNOWN NOT TO BE APPROVED BY INSURANCE
YET ACTUALLY RAN THE TEST AS THE PLAINTIFF & FAMILY ATTEMPTED TO STOP IT
THEY NEVER SAID THAT THE PATIENT WOULD HAVE TO PAY
$3,678.48

PERSONALIZE DX LABS IS OWED $935.20 /  SIGNATURE WOMENS HEATH CARE WAS TO RECEIVED THE REST
THIS 18 YEAR OLD WAS LIED TO BY A SIGNATURE WOMENS HEALTH CARE  FEMALE DOCTOR
 
SHE NOTED THE PATIENTS HISTORY  & LAUNCHED INTO A RICO SCAM
CLAIMING A SPECIAL GENETIC TEST WOULD SHOW HOW TO TREAT HER
AND THAT IT WAS COVERED BY HEALTH CARE THIS 18 YEAR OLD SAID OK.
YET NO AMOUNT, NO COSTS NOTHING WAS STATED OTHER THAN
IF THE INSURANCE COMPANY DOES NOT PAY WE WILL DITCH THE  SPECIAL GENETIC TEST
BOTTOM LINE? THEY DID THE  SPECIAL GENETIC TEST ANY WAY,
CAN IT HELP THE 18 YEAR OLD HECK NO! IT WAS AND IS A SCAM
ONE OF THE ALLEGED CROOKS THE LAB  HAVE THEIR SHARE IN COLLECTIONS!
PLANTIFF ONLY AGREED IF THE INSURANCE WOULD PAY & IT COULD HELP HER
NON OF THIS OCCURRED AND THE DOCTOR HAS NEVER EVER APOLOGIZED.

Plaintiff Is Asking Is That Signature Womens Health Pay 935.20 lab bill
AND DESTROY THE RESULTS OF THE SPECIAL GENETIC TEST THEY SAID WAS NOT RUN
read the complaint and view how you woman are getting ripped off

THEN GO BELOW LINKS AND LEAVE A MESSAGE
https://www.facebook.com/signaturewomenshealthcare

ladies fight for your rights go and let them know how you feel
http://www.signaturewomens.com/

{note: The Plaintiff was informed that SIGNATURE
WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE dismissed billing and/or
costs & canceled the test in 2015. Yet Sept/Oct 2016 over a  year

and a half later plaintiff learned that the TEST WAS RUN & the results
were not destroyed and the lab was not paid $935,00! And the Plaintiff
is adamant that Dr Jones SAID THE FORM WAS TO GET INSURANCE APPROVAL
The Labs share of the ALLEGED scam to collect $3,678.48  which has
lead to this complaint being readied to file again

 

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How do I decide whether to be tested?

There are many reasons that people might get genetic testing. Doctors might suggest a genetic test if patients or their families have certain patterns of disease. Genetic testing is voluntary and the decision about whether to have genetic testing is complex.

A geneticist or genetic counselor can help families think about the benefits and limitations of a particular genetic test. Genetic counselors help individuals and families understand the scientific, emotional, and ethical factors surrounding the decision to have genetic testing and how to deal with the results of those tests. (See: Frequently Asked Questions about Genetic Counseling) 

What is informed consent?

Before a person has a genetic test, it is important that he or she fully understands the testing procedure, the benefits and limitations of the test, and the possible consequences of the test results. The process of educating a person about the test and obtaining permission to carry out testing is called informed consent. "Informed" means that the person has enough information to make an educated decision about testing; "consent" refers to a person's voluntary agreement to have the test done.

In general, informed consent can only be given by adults who are competent to make medical decisions for themselves. For children and others who are unable to make their own medical decisions (such as people with impaired mental status), informed consent can be given by a parent, guardian, or other person legally responsible for making decisions on that person's behalf.

Informed consent for genetic testing is generally obtained by a doctor or genetic counselor during an office visit. The healthcare provider will discuss the test and answer any questions. If the person wishes to have the test, he or she will then usually read and sign a consent form.

Several factors are commonly included on an informed consent form:

  • A general description of the test, including the purpose of the test and the condition for which the testing is being performed.

  • How the test will be carried out (for example, a blood sample).
  • What the test results mean, including positive and negative results, and the potential for uninformative results or incorrect results such as false positives or false negatives.

  • Any physical or emotional risks associated with the test.

  • Whether the results can be used for research purposes.

  • Whether the results might provide information about other family members' health, including the risk of developing a particular condition or the possibility of having affected children.

  • How and to whom test results will be reported and under what circumstances results can be disclosed (for example, to health insurance providers).
  • What will happen to the test specimen after the test is complete.
  • Acknowledgement that the person requesting testing has had the opportunity to discuss the test with a healthcare professional.
  • The individual's signature, and possibly that of a witness.

The elements of informed consent may vary, because some states have laws that specify factors that must be included. (For example, some states require disclosure that the test specimen will be destroyed within a certain period of time after the test is complete.)

Informed consent is not a contract, so a person can change his or her mind at any time after giving initial consent. A person may choose not to go through with genetic testing even after the test sample has been collected. A person simply needs to notify the healthcare provider if he or she decides not to continue with the testing process.

 

http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/rr5806a1.htm  

Informed Consent

A person who provides informed consent voluntarily confirms a willingness to undergo a particular test, after having been informed of all aspects of the test that are relevant to the patient's decision (49). Informed consent for genetic testing or specific types of genetic tests is required by law in certain states; as of June 2008, 12 states required that informed consent be obtained before a genetic test is requested or performed (119). In addition, certain states (e.g., Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, and South Dakota) have included required informed consent components in their statutes [97,120--123]) (Appendix B). These state statutes can be used as examples for laboratories in other states that are developing specific informed consent forms. Professional organizations recommend that informed consent be obtained for testing for many inherited genetic conditions (12,13). CLIA regulations have no requirements for laboratory documentation of informed consent for requested tests; however, medical decisions for patient diagnosis or treatment should be based on informed decision-making (124). Regardless of whether informed consent is required, laboratories that perform molecular genetic tests for heritable diseases and conditions should be responsible for providing users with the information necessary to make informed decisions.

Informed consent is in the purview of the practice of medicine; the persons authorized to order the tests are responsible for obtaining the appropriate level of informed consent (67). Unless mandated by state or local requirements, obtaining informed consent before performing a test generally is not considered a laboratory responsibility. For molecular genetic testing for heritable diseases and conditions, not all tests require written patient consent before testing (125). However, when informed consent for patient testing is recommended or required by law or other applicable requirements as a method for documenting the process and outcome of informed decision-making, laboratories should ensure that certain practices are followed:

  • Be available to assist users of laboratory services with determining the appropriate level of informed consent by providing useful and necessary information.

  • Include appropriate methods for documenting informed consent on test request forms, and determine whether the consent information is provided with the test request before initiating testing. Laboratories may determine situations in which a patient specimen can be stabilized until informed consent is obtained, following the practices for specimen retention recommended in these guidelines.

Laboratories should refer to professional guidelines for additional information regarding informed consent for molecular genetic tests and should consider available models when developing the content, format, and procedures for documentation of patient consent.

 

https://www.genome.gov/10002328/genetic-discrimination-fact-sheet/

 

http://www.personalizedxlabs.com/resources/DNATestReqForm1602.pdf

 


THIS TRAVESTY HAD ANOTHER PLAYER AND WITH OUT THIS PLAYER THE ALLEGED FRAUD WOULD NEVER HAD OCCURRED, AND WE ARE NOT TALKING ABOUT THE FACT THEY PERFORM THE TESTING, WE ARE SAYING THAT EVEN THOUGH THEY WERE ADVISED THAT THE PATIENT WAS 18, FIRST TIME EVER ON HER OWN W/DOCTOR, DID NOT GO FOR ANYTHING RELATED TO GENETIC TESTING. THIS COMPANY ACTED IN BAD FAITH AND RATHER THAN DROPPING THE EXTREME FEES, FEES THAT WERE NEVER EVER DISCUSSED BECAUSE THE SALES PITCH WAS "ONLY IF INSURANCE PAYS" .. WHAT PART OF ONLY IF INSURANCE PAYS. IT WAS NOT THE DOCTOR WHO EVER SAID THEY WOULD NOT PAY IT WAS THIS LABORATORY. WE HAVE TRIED TO NO AVAIL, THESE GUYS SIMPLY DO NOT BELIEVE WHAT IS SET TO HAPPEN...

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Greetings, please read this thoroughly.

I am contacting you direct and prior to our council files the Federal Complaint.  It is our Councils opinion that predicate acts were engaged by your company and SIGNATUREWOMENSHEALTHCARE et al., yet he believes that he can separate them, one in Superior Court and the Other Federal. The end result is to provide a young girl with closure. That  once 18 year old recent high school graduate who never went to a doctor on her own until the SPECIAL TEST FRAUD which you revived through a recent collection scheme; we are all tired of the fraud!.

A Fraud and Rico Complaint is what we are thinking. Dr Tyndal Jones et al and with your Organization, Defendant Personalized DX Labs[AUTOGENOMICS, INC?]. It is a two pronged Complaint, The one against Dr Jones et al is to be in Superior Court, your complaint will be in Federal Court in The Northern District Georgia. I have yet to approve the filing of the  complaint on your company and it's chief employees and officers. When I do, I will surely have your copy sent and you will have the opportunity for 60 day reply or 30 day--  the court would rather you accept. 60 days to answer w.o  process server.   Please understand that this is a Fed District Court factor to save money and lessen the packing of cases. Both cases will  occur in Georgia. I would recommend that you research the acceptance of the 60 day offer. You may do so by:  GOOGLE [Fed Complaint Process Serving 30 or 60 days]. You will note that the court attempts to have 60 and desires that defendants accept the 60 day because it saves cash and lessens the rush of cases. 

Plaintiff's complaint is focused on the fact you ran a Highly Specialized Procedure with a cost of 3600.00 in a fraudulent manner and then billed an 18 year old fresh out of high school with no experience in anything about doctors or appointments and when interested parties with credentials attempted to halt it you ran the test irregardless of their pleas or credentials.and please, do not say you lowered the price or you will sound like Dr Jones....

Juliana never approved it. It was Fraud. Please, do not take this lightly or as a threat or that it is not going to occur. We have left you alone due to the fact we believed that you pointed your finger at the Physician. We were not aware of certain facts that have come to light that demonstrate RICO PREDICATE ACTS. What triggered this action was the billing you sent Juliana. That shows that you waited all this time so that you and your would not be implicated. But, our Physician seems to be blaming you. Plus, Phone records of her mother informing your people back when are in the councils  possession. Other papers, documents also point that way. This is fraud across state lines. Use of mail,Phone and Internet in a criminal conspiracy. Intimidation, force, lies then attempts to defrauded the VICTIM into paying you?

In fact, we have proof that calls were made and conversations exist that show fraud was the main act and that "stuff" happened long before Juliana. Also, it seems your superior court persona points to you as the culprit. After all, it was your tests, you were the one pricing, checking, offering help with insurance companies after you already ran the tests and were trying to get paid. We understand that the app 3600.00 was not actually a mutual decision, rather you made a deal on the costs. How you showed Doc Jones to sell these expensive tests. Dr Jones new Juliana was concerned as to the insurance approval after she was bullied politely to say yes to discovering if she was covered! He never approved anything and your company employee stated something completely different! Yes, we saved everything.

It took this long to get confirmation that Jones received information stating that the insurance company was not going to approve the test, and that leaves it in your lap. Jones knew this long before Scarfone was bullied and lied to in order for Jones and your company to use predicate acts.

I will say that we tried to go our way before deciding to file. But your hiding in your laboratories waiting to put a debt collector on  a person already terrorized simply wet our appetite. We realized as long as you act as if the test was Juliana's Idea, That she KNEW the price, That she did not say only if covered --- she is protected by truth and fact!  It is time to protect and deliver victory to that poor young ladies life!

The only way to stop, halt and end your demeaning attack with these false allegations is to bring your company into the ring of Federal Court. Believe you me, it will occur and you will be there. Your company ran a 3600.00 test on an 18 year old at her first appointment who never ever was by herself with a heath care professional. And whom has a long history of pain and sorrow and now you want to bill her for your mistakes?

You set the dogs on her trying to destroy her credit which she has yet to build--- trying to take more than that poor handicapped young  girl can make in 2 months!

I will use certified mail to contact you if that is the route you want to go,. Note, there is no statute of limitations as of the nest 10 months seeing that you wanted to continue your fraudulent collection by sending a collection agency to hound that poor young lady who has suffered enough,. Thanks to you yours and your partner in crime, you have made her frightful of seeing doctors or having any testing done, She did not use Jones for anything but an infection. But you folk simply saw a pawn...

you can have whom ever is in the position to talk contact me with a phone number and the right time to call, if not, we will be sending you the complaint acceptance notification....

thank you.
Rock Scarfone

Call us at: 760-517-1653
For general inquiries: info@personalizedxlabs.com
For customer service: customerservice@personalizedxlabs.com
For website issues: admin@personalizedxlabs.com

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