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MyRewards from Tufts Health Plan
Get Rewarded for Smart Shopping
The price of health care varies widely throughout New England, so it pays to shop around.
Welcome to MyRewards from Tufts Health Plan, where you can get rewarded for choosing high-quality, lower-cost providers and services starting early 2019.2
Earn Up To $500 Per Year
Once you opt in, you can save money and earn money as you shop for coverage of health care services—like mammograms, colonoscopies and MRIs. You can pick a rewardable service and earn a gift card worth $50-$100.3
It's Easy to Get Started
How MyRewards Works
MyRewards is fully integrated with our Provider Search + Treatment Cost Estimator tool. It’s all within the Member Portal at mytuftshealthplan.com or our Tufts Health Plan Mobile App. You don’t have to login to a different website or call a separate phone number – everything you need is right there. It’s that simple!
Examples of Rewardable Services
- Bariatric surgery
- Carpal tunnel surgery
- High-tech imaging(MRI, CT scan, PET scan)
- Hip replacement/knee replacement
Let the Rewards Begin!
So remember – you’ll have more reason than ever to shop for covered services. By picking a rewardable doctor or hospital, you’ll save money – and you’ll earn money too!
1 CompareCare — masscompare.gov, 2018
2 MyRewards will be available to Commercial fully-insured members in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Buy-up options will be available for Commercial self-insured employers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. MyRewards will not be available with tiered products or CareLink. If you’re not sure whether your plan will include MyRewards, ask your employer.
3 Up to $500 in rewards per year for each covered member. Reward amounts for members of self-insured employer groups may vary.
4 Depending on your plan, you may need to check with your primary care provider to see if you need a referral or pre-authorization for your procedure.