Wareham Pediatrics is pleased to announce, beginning March 1, 2018, our participation in a MassHealth program which includes Neighborhood Health, Tufts Public Health, and MassHealth Standard/MassHealth PPC Plan.
Wareham Pediatrics has chosen TUFTS HEALTH TOGETHER WITH BOSTON CHILDREN’S ACO. You should have already received something in the mail from MassHealth regarding this. Most of our patients will be automatically enrolled in this plan through MassHealth. If for some reason you haven’t received this information from MassHealth yet or MassHealth didn’t automatically assign you to the TUFTS HEALTH TOGETHER WITH BOSTON CHILDREN’S ACO you will need to contact MassHealth immediately in order to avoid any interruptions in care.
Please see our front desk and this ACO enrollment brochure if you have any questions.
We accept most insurance plans including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
- Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
- Tufts Health Plan
- United Healthcare
- Fallon Community Health Plan
- Massachusetts Medicaid
- Neighborhood Health Plan
- Children’s Medical Security
- GIC Indemnity
- Health Plans Inc.
- Network Health
Please check with your insurance company to make sure that we are listed as a provider for your specific plan.
Wareham Pediatrics no longer accepts Boston Medical Healthnet. Please read this notice for more information.
If you are in need of state sponsored assistance, read our Insurance Handout for information on some plans. All of these facilities offer the opportunity to apply for state sponsored insurance, and in some cases get counseling about their choices. In most cases individuals who do not have insurance or do not have adequate coverage could get assistance from one of these locations. Each place listed gives generally the same type of information and support but the way in which you would connect with them is different. For ex. Healthcare For All is accessed by phone only as well as Mass Family Voices. PACE and Tobey Hospital give the patient the chance to go into an office and speak to someone one on one which if the person does not have internet access or if a parent does not read, that can be a helpful choice. The Health Connector may be for the more savvy consumer who wants to go online look at all their options read through all the literature and then make a decision.
Families who qualify for Mass Health should read this information about how to keep your coverage up to date.