Select from our testing and immunotherapy options to suit your patient and practice needs.

Offer Your Patients

Relief from Allergies

In-house allergy testing and treatment offers patients relief from one of the most widespread diseases in the country – all from the convenience of your office.

Allergies affect over 20% of Americans, a large percentage of which are children. This chronic condition can cause asthma and other respiratory complications and severely lower a sufferer’s quality of life. Billions of dollars are spent every year on over-the-counter allergy medications that don’t provide lasting relief. In-house allergy testing and treatment offers your patients relief from one of the most widespread conditions in the country – all from the convenience of your office.

We work with you to discuss allergy testing and immunotherapy needs for your office in accordance with your practice demographic. We partner with companies specializing in identifying, diagnosing, and effectively treating allergies by implementing a complete solution utilizing state-of-the-art testing and immunotherapy options that deliver lasting relief from allergies.

Turnkey testing and immunotherapy solutions can cost nothing to start and can be set up in your office in under three weeks. Our allergy partners provide all the necessary materials and training to your office, so that you can provide a service your patients will find invaluable.

With only a few thousand allergists actively practicing in the United States and over 60 million people suffering from allergy-related disease, there’s an overwhelming demand for additional providers to help treat this allergy epidemic. Moreover, this is an 8 billion dollar a year industry and there has never been a better time to take on a more active role.

– Asthma And Allergy Foundation Of America
Allergy is the 5th leading chronic disease in the US among all ages and the 3rd most common chronic disease among children under 18 years-old.


Choose us?

Our experience with multiple vendors ensures that your allergy partner will deliver the allergy needs for your practice. Our solution options provide flexibility to choose from fingerstick allergy blood testing or skin tests so you can decide on the which diagnosis method is best for your practice.

Immunotherapy options include compounded allergens sent to your office which can be administered in office or by the patient at home after they have been trained and sublingual treatment.

This solution is designed to enhance your practice by improving the quality of life for your patients while adding a new and substantial revenue stream.

Increase Revenue?

Provide long-lasting treatment for seasonal and perennial allergies.

Retain patients previously referred to specialists

Enhance practice revenues and patient retention
Increase practice marketability
Expand with no capital investment

What To Expect:

Personalized training.

All lab testing, immunotherapy supplies and patient educational materials

Assistance with billing, coding and documentation
Comprehensive ready-to-use procedures, protocols and forms

Patient Benefits:

Improved quality of life

Treat the cause of allergic disease, rather than just masking allergy symptoms

Enhance practice revenues and patient retention
Increase practice marketability
Enable most patients to alleviate their allergy suffering permanently

A Comprehensive


Separate your practice from the rest by treating your patients’ allergies directly, rather than just masking the symptoms with medication.

We Provide:

Assistance to promote allergy awareness.

Options for testing and treatment to fit the budget of your patients and practice.

A practice analysis to determine the best option for your practice.

Continuous and ongoing training for your staff and patients.

Comprehensive feedback provided to physicians relating to testing, treatment, compliance, and billing.

Precision state-of-the-art testing.

Customized treatment solutions.

Clinic or home immunotherapy.

Patient and staff education.


Allergy Solutions

Our proven process is designed for physician and patient success.

Our Options Include:

Proprietary processes and procedures.

Skin allergy testing kits

No cost to the practice blood allergy testing.

Aseptic techniques/sterile transfers.

Subdermal immunotherapy techniques.

Coding and billing information.

Immunotherapy education for patients.

Start-up and

How Do I Get Started?

We work with your practice to provide a turnkey allergy testing and immunotherapy solution that will have a powerful impact on both the lives of your patients and the growth of your practice. An informational call or webinar can be scheduled to allow you to ask any pertinent questions prior to making any commitment. We can provide a free practice analysis to determine the best fit for your practice.

Cut and Paste

Select from no cost blood testing for an immediate start to offer allergy services.

Immunotherapy can be quickly and easily ordered with the blood test results.

Skin allergy testing for practices wanting to drive more revenue and provide a quick diagnosis.

Treatment options include sublingual therapy ideally suited for children and needle phobic patients or traditional immunotherapy.

No Cost For Equipment Or Supplies

All you need to get started is an exam room with a small refrigerator for the allergy testing procedure and have patients complete an allergy checklist as part of the standard intake procedure. All billing codes and support are provided for you to enjoy the benefits of this truly turnkey solution.

Easy To Use

95004: Allergy Testing

95165: Immunotherapy Mixing

Begin incorporating the Allergy Checklist into the standard intake procedure for your practice.

Begin incorporating the Allergy Checklist into the standard intake procedure for your practice.

Begin incorporating the Allergy Checklist into the standard intake procedure for your practice.

Begin incorporating the Allergy Checklist into the standard intake procedure for your practice.

Begin incorporating the Allergy Checklist into the standard intake procedure for your practice.

Frequently Asked


Q: What Is Allergen Immunotherapy?

Allergen Immunotherapy is a 100% natural medication and the most reliable and effective means of desensitizing your body to allergens, the substances that can cause an allergic reaction. In some people, the immune system thinks allergens are foreign or dangerous. Known as antigens, these substances may be foreign substance from the environment, such as chemicals, bacteria, viruses, or pollen, or may be formed inside the body, as with bacterial toxins or tissue cells. Both cause the immune system to produce antibodies against it, and when an antigen attaches itself to your body’s cells, you experience a bad reaction depending on your sensitivity to that specific antigen. Through proper testing and treatment formulation using Allergen Immunotherapy, your body will learn to build its immunity to these allergies, lessening their effects and improving daily life. Most treatments you receive do not interfere with prescribed allergy treatments and our allergy technician and your physician may explain this process in more detail.

Q: How Long Will The Immunotherapy Treatment Last?

Patient treatments typically last for 2 to 5 years however patients can experience relief within the first months of treatment.

Q: Who Can Be Tested?

Patients of any age can be tested for food and environmental allergies.

Q: Which Allergies Do You Test For?

Our solutions test for both common environmental and food allergies.

Q: How Is Immunotherapy Administered?

We have subcutaneous immunotherapy which can be offered in the practice. Depending on the state and insurance, some patients may be able to be trained to self administer at home, increasing compliance and convenience.

Sublingual drops can also be purchased by the patient for around $50 per month for treatment.

Q: How Long Does This Test Take?

Fingerstick testing just takes a few minutes. Allergy testing takes a little longer as the patient must wait for a skin response.

Q: Are Immunotherapy And Allergy Testing Covered By Insurance?

Most private insurances reimburse for allergy testing and treatment as well as federal payers. Reimbursements vary from state to state and plan to plan. Check the coding with your billing staff.

Patient And Physician


Bring relief to the 1 in 5 Americans suffering from allergies. Your patients will love you for it and your practice will gain a robust revenue stream.

– Robert Portillo, MD
One of the most professional and knowledgeable practice revenue companies I have ever worked with. The training, testing, and treatment has gone smoother than I could have ever imagined.”
Exceeding Expectations
– Robert Portillo, MD
Integrating allergy has been a great, stress-free experience. They have delivered exactly what we needed, far above our expectations. I highly recommend them.
Lasting Satisfaction
– B. Henning
“I have spent thousands of dollars over the years on over-the-counter allergy medications. When my doctor offered immunotherapy I took the chance right away. A year later my allergies are nearly gone and I am more productive and happier all year round.

The Bottom Line

Practice Revenue
Patients Treated Monthly 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Average Monthly Profit $15,000 $2,500 $30,000 $37,500 $45,000 $52,500 $60,000 $67,500 $75,000
Average Annual Profit $180,000 $270,000 $300,000 $450,000 $540,000 $630,000 $600,000 $810,000 $900,000

While every practice is different, these estimates represent the average increase in revenue currently reported.

There are not enough allergists in America to keep up with the ever growing need – grow your practice by bringing in allergy testing and offer your patients lasting relief.

Alergies In


An estimated 50 million Americans (1 in 5) suffer from some type of allergy, including indoor/outdoor, food and drug, latex, insect, skin, and eyes. The overall number of allergy sufferers has been increasing since the early 1980s across all age, sex, and racial groups, and many people have more than one type of allergy.

Allergy is the 5th leading chronic disease in the U.S. among all ages, and the 3rd most common chronic disease among children under 18 years old.

Indoor and Outdoor Allergies – Approximately 40 million Americans have indoor/outdoor allergies as their primary allergy, including allergic rhinitis, seasonal/perennial allergies, hay fever, and other nasal allergies. The most common indoor/outdoor allergy triggers are: tree, grass and weed pollen; mold spores; dust mite and cockroach allergen; and cat, dog, and rodent dander. Approximately 10 million people are allergic to cat dander, the most common pet allergy.

Skin Allergies – Approximately 7% of allergy sufferers have skin allergies as their primary allergy, including atopic dermatitis, eczema, hives, urticarial, and contact allergies. Plants such as poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac are the most common skin allergy triggers, however skin contact with cockroach and dust mite allergen, certain foods, or latex may also trigger symptoms of skin allergy.


Allergies are the most frequently reported chronic condition in children, limiting activities for more than 40%.

Each year, allergies account for more than 17 million outpatient office visits, primarily in the spring and fall. Seasonal allergies account for more than half of all allergy visits.

Skin allergies account for more than 7 million outpatient visits each year.

Food allergies account for 30,000 visits to the emergency room each year.

Exposure to the latex allergen is responsible for over 200 cases of anaphylaxis (severe allergic reactions) annually.

Social And Economic Costs

The annual cost of allergies is estimated to be nearly $14.5 billion.

Nearly 85% ($12.3 billion) is for direct costs, including $1.3 billion for doctor office visits and $11 billion for medications ($7 billion prescription, $4 billion over-the-counter).

Indirect costs of allergy (missed work or school, lost productivity, death, etc.) account for approximately $2.2 billion (15%) of the total annual cost of allergies in the U.S

For adults, allergies (hay fever) is the 5th leading chronic disease and a major cause of work absenteeism and “presenteeism,” resulting in nearly 4 million missed or lost workdays each year and a total cost of more than $700 million in total lost productivity.