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My brush with the coronavirus, and why we need Prenuvo now more than ever.

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Do you accept credit card payments?

Yes, we accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.

Do you accept personal cheques or cash?

We do accept cash, but we regret that we are unable to accept personal cheques.

Do you offer financing?

We offer 3rd party financing through Paybright in Canada and Affirm in the US for most locations.

Do you take a deposit to secure an appointment?

Yes. We take payment to guarantee your appointment time and date. Last-minute cancellations cannot always be filled.

Is the Prenuvo scan covered by extended insurance?

Typically, a Prenuvo scan is not covered by extended insurance. Some customers have had success claiming part of the scan fee with their insurer, but this is not commonplace. We are working with insurers to educate them on the advantages of the Prenuvo scan but it is unlikely that there will be changes in the short term.

Is the Prenuvo scan covered by the health system?

Not at this time. We are at the cutting edge of revolutionizing whole body screening. While many studies are showing the effectiveness of whole body MRI, no public facility is conducting these examinations. It might take years, unfortunately, for MSP/healthcare plans to cover preventative MRI scans, especially with the huge backlog of diagnostic scans at this time.

Is the Prenuvo scan tax-deductible?

Medical expenditures like the Prenuvo scan are typically tax-deductible. For example, it is tax-deductible in British Columbia and you are effectively paying for your Prenuvo scan out of your pre-tax income.

Is the deposit refundable or transferable?

Yes. Your deposit is 100% refundable or transferable up to three business days before your appointment. The time and date before you must cancel your appointment while retaining your deposit, is included in the email confirmation we send you. After that time we regret that your deposit is no longer refundable or transferable.