Hepatitis care and treatment for the uninsured or underinsured
Hep-Cap: Hep C evaluation, care and treatment at no cost to eligible patients. Funded by the NYS Department of Health. Two locations:
- Mount Sinai Primary Care Hep C Program. Contact: Jocelyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Division of Substance Abuse. Contact: email@example.com
Public Hospitals (HHC) and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) are required to provide care regardless of ability to pay. To find Hepatitis clinics in these systems, see the online Site Locator. Also see here for a list of HBV programs providing care on a sliding fee scale.
HHC Options - Through HHC Options, low and moderate-income HHC patients can get affordable healthcare. HHC helps patients apply for public health insurance programs for which they may qualify. If a patient is not eligible for public insurance, we reduce the patient’s fee to an affordable amount, based on family size and income. For example, a child in a family of four whose annual income is between $57,626 and $69,150 can be seen at an HHC hospital or clinic for a fee of $15 per visit.
Clinical Trials.gov. Some trials are open to people without health insurance
Medications can be covered by pharmaceutical assistance programs, to learn more click here
Options for the Uninsured Booklet. Community Health Advocates. Community Health Advocates (CHA) has created this guide to help people learn about the range of ways you can get access to health care and/or health insurance. English Spanish Korean
The Legal Aid Society: The Health Law Unit (HLU) assists clients and advocates on issues related to public health programs. These issues include:
- Barriers to enrollment in and retention of health insurance plans
- Denials of health care services
- Coordination of benefits
- Access to care for uninsured persons
- Immigrant access to health care
- Reduction of medical debt