Member Notices

The latest news, advisories and information from Community Care Health.

Vaccines for People with High-Risk Medical Conditions or Disabilities

Beginning March 15, people with certain significant, high-risk medical conditions or disabilities are eligible for vaccines statewide, to help save the lives of people who are at high-risk of death and severe complications from COVID-19.  Effective immediately, CCH is waiving cost-sharing for medically necessary screening and testing  for COVID-19 including, but not limited to, co-pays, deductibles, or coinsurance, including hospital (including emergency department), urgent care visits, and provider office visits, where the purpose of the visit is to be screened and/or tested for COVID-19. For more information, CCH has assembled the following information:

Note: The vaccinators will not require you – an enrollee – to present documentation proving you are at a high risk. Eligibility is outlined in the CHPH bulletins and requires enrollees to sign a self-attestation that they meet the criteria. Enrollees do not need to obtain documentation from their health plan or provider of a health condition and/or disability as a prerequisite to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.” 

Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) Coverage Information

The coronavirus – known as COVID-19, has been declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organization and the number of reported cases continues to rise here in California, around the United States and globally.

Community Care Health (CCH) is monitoring COVID-19 and actively working to ensure that cost does not inhibit enrollees’ access to medically necessary screening, testing and treatment.

Effective immediately, CCH is waiving cost-sharing for medically necessary screening and testing  for COVID-19 including, but not limited to, co-pays, deductibles, or coinsurance, including hospital (including emergency department), urgent care visits, and provider office visits, where the purpose of the visit is to be screened and/or tested for COVID-19.

For more information, CCH has assembled the following information:

Notices

Natural Disasters​

Community Care Health wants to reassure those members affected by natural disasters that you will continue to have access to medically necessary health care services.

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