The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency is set to end on May 11, 2023. Some key changes are noted below. For additional information about how these changes might affect you, contact your healthcare plan providers today!
- After the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency, your health plan will no longer be required to cover COVID-19 diagnostic testing (including over-the-counter tests) at no cost to you.
- While many plans must continue to cover COVID-19 vaccines from an in-network provider at no cost to you, starting May 12, 2023, your health plan may impose cost-sharing if you get a vaccine from a provider that’s not in your health plan’s network.
- During the COVID-19 public health emergency, many health plans expanded coverage of telehealth services. Check with your plan to see if any of these benefits are changing.
- If you or your family members currently have health coverage through Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), you may need to take steps to find out if you can continue that coverage. Soon, states will resume Medicaid and CHIP eligibility reviews. This means some people with Medicaid or CHIP coverage could be disenrolled from those programs.
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