IMPORTANT UPDATE: Following the guidelines from the CDC, FDA, and Allegheny County Health Department, UPMC has paused the use of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine. If you or your employees have an appointment scheduled at a clinic that was previously scheduled to distribute the J&J vaccine, such as UPMC Northwest regional vaccine clinics, these clinics will now be using the Pfizer vaccine in place of J&J for all scheduled appointments. Please note: The Pfizer vaccine requires two doses to be considered fully vaccinated.
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aThese recordings may not have the most up-to-date information. Recording dates are provided for each.
bUPMC Health Plan will cover these services with no member cost share for fully insured plans until May 20, 2021, so long as permitted under the current State and Federal emergency declarations. Traditional ASO groups may opt out of these enhancements.
cUPMC Health Plan members located in Pennsylvania at the time of virtual visit may select a UPMC-employed provider or a provider from Online Care Network II, P.C. (OCN), subject to availability. Members located outside of Pennsylvania will receive service from OCN. OCN is not an affiliate of UPMC.
dFor more information on monoclonal antibody treatments, visit UPMC.com/AntibodyTreatment or call 866-804-5251