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Here at Friday Health Plans, we’ve taken several steps to ensure you are supported and can access needed care during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Effective May 12, 2023 members will no longer be reimbursed for at-home COVID tests. Reimbursement is still available if a member purchased a test before May 12, 2023 of up to $12, or the cost of a test, whichever is less. Please submit this form for reimbursement to Capital Rx: Attn: Claims Dept., 228 Park Avenue South, Suite 87234, New York, NY 10003. Capital RX will process your request within 10-15 of receiving your form.
Friday Health Plans will cover the vaccine at $0 to members.
If you are required to pay upfront at an out-of-network provider, you can submit a request for reimbursement by sending a copy of your receipt and itemized statement from the provider to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure the statement includes your name, service date, amount paid, and services charged.
Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines on the CDC website.
You can talk to a doctor by phone or live video at no cost through Teladoc. Doctors can answer questions about the coronavirus, evaluate your health risk, and if you need medical testing, provide support to help relieve symptoms, addressing both physical and mental health needs. Create a Teladoc account now.
For patients who, as determined by a medical provider, can be appropriately monitored and treated at home, outside a health care facility setting, carriers are reminded that they must provide coverage for necessary medical equipment and medications for in-home treatment. This may include the following durable medical equipment and medications as deemed medically necessary by the treating provider:
Friday Health Plans will cover an additional one-time early refill of any necessary prescriptions to make sure you have medications in the event you need to limit contact with others.
Access More COVID-19 Resources and Updates Through the CDC.
This information is not medical advice. If you have any medical concerns, please reach out to your doctor. As always, if you face a life-threatening illness or symptoms, head to your nearest emergency room or call 911.