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The latest news and information about COVID-19 for Tufts Health Together Members.
An urgent care situation occurs when you experience a health problem that needs attention right away, but you don’t believe you are having an emergency.
Use your member portal 24/7 to find a provider, view your new member ID card and more.
We’re here to support your health and well-being during this challenging time.
You can call our 24/7 NurseLine at 888.MY.RN.LINE (888.697.6546) and talk with a registered nurse any time, day or night.
You may need a referral from your primary care provider to see a specialist.
We offer five MassHealth plans. Check your member ID card if you're not sure which plan you have.
On September 16, 2021, Pfizer, the manufacturer of Chantix®, expanded their recall to include all lots of the drug.
In June 2021, Philips Respironics recalled certain sleep apnea and ventilator devices.
Adolescents or teens (ages 13-18) are often very healthy. That may be one reason this age group is less likely to have well care visits with their primary care provider (PCP).
Get money back on fitness fees, and earn gift cards or a fitness band for doing things to stay healthy.
Are you struggling with depression, substance use or other mental health concerns?
If you have difficult health issues, we can help you get the best possible care.
A health coach can help you live better with asthma, diabetes, COPD or heart failure.
We can help you find resources for food, housing and other needs that affect your health.
A dietitian can create a healthy meal plan based on your favorite foods, schedule and budget. Use an app to track your progress.
A doula can help you have a healthier pregnancy and delivery. The doula also can help you get ready to be a new mom.
Every year, MassHealth makes sure you still qualify for benefits. When they do this, you may need to take action to keep your coverage.