Did you know, that with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there are many who are looking to profit off the fear? If you are in need of a COVID-19 test, beware that there are many testing sites popping up run by scammers. They may look real (with hazmat suits, signage, and tents set up), but fake sites are a real danger because they are collecting vulnerable people’s personal information, including Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, and health histories. While the FTC and local police are working hard to catch these scammers quickly, you can protect yourself by keeping an eye out for these signs of fraud.
One of your employees just tested positive for COVID-19. What should you do? How should you and your other employees handle this situation?
Our commitment to you.
We stand with our community, the country, and the world as we work to flatten the curve of COVID-19. To help flatten the curve, it is important that we all work together to prevent the spread of coronavirus and free up our healthcare system as it braces for and handles cases that arise.
During these unprecedented times, EMI Health has made important decisions about how we will cover COVID-19 related tests and treatments.
On Friday, March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law. This package allocates $2 trillion toward an effort to give economic relief to individuals, small businesses, healthcare providers, and parts of the economy that are heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
With all that is happening, we felt it important to give you some quick answers to some Frequently Asked Questions pertaining to the COVID-19 virus itself, how this pandemic affects individuals, questions that relate to us as a medical carrier, and questions about stop-loss/reinsurance.