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Information about the COVID test program.

The federal public health emergency for COVID-19 ended May 11, 2023. Many plans are not required to cover COVID OTC tests after May 11. Please check with your plan for COVID OTC test coverage information.
During the public health emergency, the at-home OTC COVID-19 test program allowed eligible at-home COVID-19 OTC diagnostic tests to be processed through the pharmacy benefit at no cost or through reimbursement. The program was designed to help group health plans and private insurance companies meet the federal mandate.

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Get started with your reimbursement.
If you paid out of pocket for your at home over-the-counter COVID-19 test after January 15, 2022 and before May 12, 2023, and MedImpact processes paper claims for your plan, you may be eligible for reimbursement using the form below. Some plans may cover COVID-19 OTC tests after the end of the federal Public Health Emergency. Please check with your employer or health plan for COVID OTC test coverage information and if you are eligible for reimbursement.
  • Submit one form per eligible member.
  • Complete the member information.
  • Complete as much information as possible. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
  • This program does not apply to Medicare and Medicaid members.
  • No printer? Request a form by calling the number on the back of your ID card.


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What is a COVID OTC test kit?

Do I need a prescription for a COVID OTC test?

How can I find out if COVID OTC tests are reimbursed by my health plan?

How will I be reimbursed if I paid out-of-pocket for my COVID OTC tests?

Can I be reimbursed for COVID OTC tests purchased before January 15, 2022 or after May 11, 2023?

What if I have Medicare or Medicaid?

I don’t have a printer. How can I request a copy of the reimbursement form?