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Financially protecting those who are important to you began when you applied for life
insurance. The next step, your health exam, includes laboratory testing. Keeping you
informed every step of the way is part of the service experience you can expect from
Prudential. That’s why we’ve partnered with Clinical Reference Laboratory (CRL®) to
deliver your lab results in a secure and convenient way via AccessMyLab.


AccessMyLab offers you:
Convenience: No paper forms, no registration, no user name or password to
remember.
Online availability:* Unique process delivers quick, secure results from any
device connected to the internet. If your tests are still being analyzed, you will
have the option to be notified when the information becomes available.
Flexibility: View your results online, print them for your records, and/or share
them with your personal physician.
*While most laboratory testing results will be available online, there may be some scenarios
where this information cannot be provided due to the sensitive nature of the test results.


Using AccessMyLab:
1. Go to www.AccessMyLab.com and enter your Slip ID, located on the consent
form provided by the examiner at the time of your exam.
2. When prompted, enter the last four digits of your phone number.
3. A PIN will be provided to you via text or voice message from an Interactive
Voice System.
4. Enter the PIN to view your lab report online.
5. Save or print.


Security Is a Top Priority
Prudential and CRL are committed to ensuring lab and health information is
protected by state-of-the-art security measures. Keeping your lab results secure is one
of our most important responsibilities. AccessMyLab was developed to keep sensitive
health information protected through a secure, yet intuitive, interface.
If you have any questions about AccessMyLab, please reach out to your Prudential
representative.

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Source: Prudential Financial

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