Check out locations in each New York City Borough, and Long Island. (Copays will apply to all other services such as lab, x-ray, physical therapy, etc.)
What is a patient-centered medical home (PCMH)? They’re basically health centers where doctors, nurses, patient advocates, social workers, health coaches, and pharmacists talk to each other and coordinate the care you receive. Think of it as your “home base” when it comes to your healthcare. It’s really how healthcare should be!
• Same-day visits, when available
• Closer relationships with doctors, specialists and nurses who will work together to keep you get and stay healthy
• A better understanding of your illness and treatment plan
• Instructions about your future treatment plans
• People who take the time to listen to your questions and concerns.
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Designed by Stanford University for people with ongoing health conditions, Better Living is a FREE program that meets once a week for six weeks. Each workshop lasts 2½ hours. Watch this video and learn more.
|What you pay
When you use a network or mail order pharmacy
|Certain preventive drugs/supplies||$0|
|Generic drugs||$1 copay|
|Preferred brand name drugs||$15 copay|
|Non-preferred brand name drugs||$30 copay|
|Specialty brand or biosimilar drugs (effective June 1, 2016)||25% coinsurance
($30 max copay)
|Existing out-of-pocket limits continue to apply. Remember, Class II pharmacy benefits are limited to certain preventive drugs/supplies only.|
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