The laboratory invoice is a document sent by Sonora Quest Laboratories. Generally, it indicates your responsibility for services rendered, total charge, what was paid by your insurance, and what was denied. The invoice may also include “most recent insurance”,  usually in regards to the specified visit. The following table lists some common language and information found on your laboratory invoice.



Account Holder

Guarantor that is responsible for the balance.

Account Number

This is an identifier associated with you in our system. If your Account Number starts with a "G", you may have multiple account numbers.

Amount You Owe

This is generally patient responsibility after any applicable insurance payment/discounts have been applied.

Bill ID

This is a unique identifier for the specific paper statement or email you received about your bill. It can be used to access and pay your bill on our partner payment site.


Total amount submitted to insurance.


The name of the healthcare provider who ordered the testing. 

CPT Code

A five-digit number that appears next to the name of each test listed under the “Service” column. The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code set is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association through the CPT Editorial Panel which describes the laboratory services that were performed.

Date of Service

The date on which the laboratory testing was performed.


This ID refers to a specific encounter, which we call an “accession”.

Insurance Adjusted

The amount the insurance company disallowed or discounted from billed charges. Amount not owed by patient or insurance plan.

Insurance Paid

The portion of the total bill that has been paid by the insurance company.

Laboratory Services

Services rendered by Sonora Quest Laboratories for laboratory services not included in your physician’s bill. 

Patient Paid

Amount paid previously by the patient. Deducted from original balance to determine amount still owed by the patient.

Provider Adjusted

The portion of the total bill that has been adjusted by your provider, such as a discount.


Testing requested by referring physician.

Total Due

Patient responsibility or amount due upon receipt of invoice.


The number of items included in this service. 

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