Invitae
Invitae

Your health starts in your genes.

Invitae (“in-VEE-tay”) makes it easy to access your unique genetic information, so you can take control of your health.

Considering genetic testing for the first time? Take a short quiz to find the right test for you.

Chosen by

1,000,000+

patients and their providers

How it works

Step 1

Step 1

Request a test online. A doctor will place an order for you.

Step 2

Step 2

Provide a saliva sample from the comfort of home.

Step 3

Step 3

Get your results online and share them with your doctor. If you’d like, talk to a genetic counselor at no extra cost.

Take action based on your DNA

Invitae’s results come with clear next steps, so you know how to improve your health. We also make it easy to share with your doctor, so that you can work together to develop a plan that’s personalized to your body’s needs.

Real people, real stories

A portrait of Bethany

Having a progressive disease can be a powerless place to be, but knowledge gives me back some of that power.”

– Bethany Meloche

Have questions?


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What is medical-grade genetic testing?
Genetic testing involves looking at your genes, which are the instructions coded in your DNA. Your genes are fundamental to your health and well-being. Invitae’s medical-grade genetic testing analyzes your genes to find changes that can potentially lead to disease.

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How is Invitae's genetic test different from other genetic tests that I’ve heard about?
Invitae’s comprehensive tests are the same tests ordered by doctors. When you test with us, you can confidently make health decisions based on your results. Invitae’s tests also include the option to speak with a genetics expert who can help you understand what your results mean for you.

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What payment options are available?
Insurance often covers genetic tests related to starting a family; Invitae is in-network for more than 300 million people in the US, with a typical out-of-pocket cost between $0 and $100. Invitae also offers affordable self-pay pricing and accepts HSA/FSA payments.

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