Yes, you will continue to have access to more than 500 active clinical trials for cancer through Allegheny Health Network and its partnership with the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. To view active clinical trials available through AHN and to see if you qualify, visit www.ahn.org/cancer-institute/clinical-trials, or call the AHN Cancer Institute Care Navigation Team at 412-NURSE-4-U. Clinicians at the Care Navigation Team can assist you in learning more about access to these trials as well as assist with any transition needs to world class in-network oncologists.
If I am pregnant and new to Highmark coverage on July 1, 2019, do I need to transition my maternity care in-network to remain at an in-network cost level?
If I need other care that is not available in Highmark’s network after June 30, 2019, am I able to go to an out-of-network physician or facility on an in-network basis?
If I am under care following a transplant of a physician who will be out-of-network after June 30, 2019, when do I have to transition my care to an in-network physician?
If I am in the process of receiving a stem cell transplant and my physician will be considered out-of-network on July 1, 2019, will I need to transition my care to an in-network physician by July 1, 2019 to remain at an in-network cost level?
If I am participating in a clinical research trial, observational study or pharmaceutical trial, with a physician managing my trial that will be considered out-of-network on July 1, 2019, how will my care be handled after June 30, 2019?
Can my kids get cancer care from Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh after June 30, 2019?