COVID-19 RESOURCE CENTER
COVID-19 Treatment: Cost Share Update 9/1/2021
At the outset of the pandemic, the Trust elected to waive member cost share for treatment related to COVID. As average daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to drop amid widespread vaccine adoption, we’re at an important turning point for our country and community. CareFirst Administrators has revisited with the Trust some of the benefits we enacted at the height of the pandemic.
Trust Plan Coverage during the COVID-19 Pandemic
The O’Grady Catholic Health Trust is committed to the health and safety of our members during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Effective March 6, 2020, CareFirst Administrators (CFA) has made important benefit updates to our Plan to remove cost and other barriers to ensure all of their members have access to necessary care.
Don’t let COVID-19 delay your dental visit
In a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, 52% of respondents said they or a family member skipped or delayed dental or medical care in June 2020 because of COVID-19. Dental procedures were the most common type of care that was delayed, with 37% of adults saying they put off visits. In addition to the Kaiser poll an American Dental Association (ADA) national survey found that dental visits are about 60% of what they were before dental offices closed for non-emergency care in mid-March.
Changes Coming Soon To Your Medical Plan
Please take note of how the July 24, 2020 deadline may impact you.
What to Expect from your MDLIVE Telehealth Provider During the Pandemic
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States, MDLIVE is working diligently to help keep you healthy and safe. It’s important to know what you can expect from your MDLIVE visit during this COVID-19 pandemic. Please note, as the coronavirus situation continues to evolve, this list is subject to change.
Behavioral Health Visits through MDLIVE
Managing stress or life changes can be overwhelming but it’s easier than ever to get help right in the comfort of your own home. Visit a counselor or psychiatrist by phone, secure video, or MDLIVE App.