The NYS Attorney General’s office requests that all patients, their doctors, or their representatives make a call to Health Care Bureau’s toll-free Helpline or fill out a complaint form if they feel they have been wrongly denied coverage for their Hep C treatment medications.
Mary T. Basset, NYC Health Commissioner, wrote a letter to CMS in support of Medicare coverage of Hepatitis B screening.
To determine the impact of the NYS Hepatitis C Testing Law, the NYSDOH drew from multiple data sources that assessed testing levels in New York before and after the law went into effect.
Patients have the right to an appeal when health care services are denied by health insurance as not medically necessary. If you are denied Hep C medication after a medical provider has recommended you for treatment, you have the right to appeal, request a fair hearing or file a...
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