The company said that more than 95 percent of eligible early-stage breast cancer patients can now have the test paid by insurance.
Payors say online, automated systems will bring standardization and efficiency to prior authorizations, but doctors and labs are uncertain about the impact on patient care.
During the quarter, the firm secured payor coverage for its tests with UnitedHealthcare, Premera Blue Cross, and Aetna.
The program, called Genetic Testing Solution, went into effect July 1 among Anthem Blue Cross' fully-insured and self-insured members.
Interpace Diagnostics said that the test will now be covered for Cigna's roughly 15 million members nationwide.
Starting Oct. 1, the insurer will require clinicians and labs who order genetic and molecular tests for their patients to first get approval.
The test is now covered by Premera Blue Cross, a regional health plan with more than 2 million members located primarily in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska.
Among the tests that French national health insurance system will reimburse are IGRA tests, including ones from Qiagen and Oxford Immunotec, for screening TB.
The long-term pricing contract covers hereditary cancer testing, GeneSight, and a number of other diagnostics, but doesn't extend to coverage.
The company said the number of lives now covered for EndoPredict has gone up to 109 million.