Companies developing to help payers manage genomic test policies include BeaconLBS (covered frequently by Dark Report); the former NextGxDx, now Concert Genetics; and eviCore, which developed for other types of benefit management, like imaging. To my knowledge, BCBS Evidence Street is another major HTA, but focuses on providing the evidence assessments* rather than outsourceable payer claims handling functions.
Add a specialized service at nonprofit HTA firm, ECRI, called ECRIgene. Website here. It's not brand new; see a July 2016 press release, here.
Their homepage states:
Think of ECRIgene as your genetic test control center with experts constantly monitoring activities in this rapidly evolving universe. Our analysts, nurses, clinicians, and medical librarians research, analyze, and synthesize the key features and evidence on each relevant test using the GRADE-based evidence-rating system. These experts are dedicated to researching your custom requests and answering your specific questions.
It's been reported that at some point in 2017, BCBS Evidence Street and MolDX will use a common portal, here.