MedCity News January 24, 2022
Michael Schroeder

Truepill’s COVID-19 test coverage platform will give clients a behind-the-scenes partner who can assist with everything from checking member eligibility for coverage to processing test orders and delivering tests to members’ homes.

In the days since the Biden Administration announced on January 15 that insurers would be required to cover eight over-the-counter Covid-19 tests per month for members, digital health company Truepill has been busy developing a platform to help health plans meet that mandate.

In May, the San Mateo, California-based startup, which provides pharmacy fulfillment and telehealth services for brands like Hims, Nurx and Lemonaid, added home testing. Co-founder and President Sid Viswanathan said in an earlier interview that the company had planned to also offer diagnostics from the...

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