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AllWays Health Partners COVID-19 Vaccine Coverage

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, AllWays Health Partners has ensured timely access to critical health care services for our members. As part of that commitment, AllWays will cover the administration of COVID-19 vaccines at no cost to our members. The COVID-19 vaccines that are being administered have received Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) or full approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Learn about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccines, the truth behind several common vaccine myths, and where you can schedule a vaccine appointment in our guide to common COVID-19 vaccine questions.

Answers to your COVID-19 vaccine questions

 

Find a vaccine appointment near you at Mass.gov/covid19.

For information about COVID-19 symptoms, treatment, and prevention, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus.

At-home COVID-19 test coverage

AllWays Health Partners has ensured timely access to critical health care services for our members throughout the pandemic and continues to do so by making FDA EUA approved, at-home COVID tests available at no cost in accordance with new federal guidance.

Beginning January 15, 2022, members of AllWays Health Partners with a pharmacy benefit will have up to 8 FDA EUA approved at-home COVID tests covered per member per month. This policy will remain in effect for the duration of the federal public health emergency.

We are committed to ensuring a streamlined and simple process for our members. As of January 15, members* can obtain these tests through a pharmacy and submit for reimbursement through www.Caremark.com. We are also working with our partners to establish a process to obtain these tests at no cost at the time of your purchase. More information will be shared when this process is finalized.

*Employers whose pharmacy benefit is not covered through AllWays Health Partners may have different processes in place for their members. Please consult with your pharmacy benefits manager.

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People ages 5 and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. People ages 5-17 can receive the Pfizer vaccine and people age 18 and older can receive any vaccine. You can find a vaccine location near you on Mass.gov/covid-19-vaccine.

The CDC also recommends a booster shot for individuals age 12 and older. Individuals who are 12-17 years old can get a Pfizer booster. Individuals 18 and older can get any booster. For the latest guidance on booster shots and eligibility, please visit Mass.gov.

To see the latest COVID-19 vaccination sites and schedule an appointment please visit Vaxfinder.mass.gov. Walk in or same-day appointments are also available at local pharmacies such as CVS, Walmart, and Walgreens.

For members who require in-home vaccinations because they are unable to leave their home to get to a vaccination site, please visit the state’s COVID-19 Homebound Vaccination Program page at Mass.gov/covidvaccine.

Ahead of your appointment, the latest clinical guidelines and what to expect at your vaccination appointment is available from the CDC.

Children ages 5 to 17 who live or go to school in Massachusetts are now eligible to get the Pfizer vaccine. Appointments for children ages 5-11 at hundreds of sites across the Commonwealth can be found on VaxFinder.mass.gov. For medical questions about vaccinating your child, we encourage you to contact your child’s health care provider. You can also learn more about the latest guidance on the COVID-19 vaccine for children and teens from the CDC.

AllWays Health Partners will cover the administration of COVID-19 vaccines at no cost to our members.

The COVID-19 vaccines that are being administered have received Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) or full approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). EUA is a designation issued by the FDA to facilitate the availability and use of medical actions, including vaccines, during public health emergencies.

The COVID-19 vaccines that are being administered have proven to be extremely effective. Clinical trials were conducted to evaluate the safety of these vaccines, with thousands of participants across gender, age, race, and ethnicity. Visit the CDC to learn more about the safety and benefits of the COVID-19 vaccines.

The CDC has shared guidance on how to protect yourself and others for people who are fully vaccinated.

More information about COVID-19

Other important information about COVID-19, including how we're supporting our community.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we partnered with several programs and organizations to support the health of communities.

Community Support Webinar Series

Our free community webinar series is focused on promoting health and wellness for the community. Learn more about the series and sign up for an upcoming webinar here.

Boston Resiliency Fund

We’re honored to join several Boston-based organizations to support the Boston Resiliency Fund. This fund was created by the City of Boston to distribute critical resources to front-line workers, health care providers, and Boston families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

Many scammers and hackers are taking advantage of the challenges and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. There is a heightened risk of scams and price gouging during financial disruptions. This includes tricking people into sharing their personal data, buying fake vaccines or treatments for coronavirus, donating to fake charities/organizations, and more.

You can avoid becoming a victim of these scams by being cautious about responding to calls, emails, or letters that use the coronavirus to scare or pressure you into sharing your personal information. To learn more about scams and what you can do to avoid them, visit the Federal Trade Commission’s page on coronavirus scams. The Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office also has a list of common COVID-19 scams and additional tips for avoiding them.
 
If you aren’t sure if something is a scam, check with a trusted source like the U.S. GovernmentCDC or World Health Organization. You can contact AllWays Health Partners customer service at the number on the back of your member ID card to verify or ask questions about any communications using our name. For example, you should contact us before purchasing unsolicited AllWays Health Partners insurance policies or agreeing to changes to the terms of your current insurance policy. You can also send an email to customerservice@allwayshealth.org or start a Live Chat during regular business hours on the allwaysmember.org portal.

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