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Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program and Mammogram Voucher Programs at Adagio Health

October 4, 2021 by Adagio Health
As of March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all in ways we never could have imagined. Many people have lost jobs and medical insurance, leaving thousands with no healthcare coverage and inability to receive breast cancer screenings. Here at Adagio Health, we can help you through our Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (BCCEDP) or Mammogram Voucher Program (MVP). Through these programs, eligible women and men can receive free breast screenings and diagnostic testing. We have increased our efforts to ensure women and men are receiving breast and cervical cancer screenings by utilizing our call center and providing telehealth appointments for program enrollment. 

First mammogram and not sure what do or expect?
Getting your first mammogram can be stressful and nerve-wracking. Learning more about what to expect can help with those nerves. You will want to wear two-piece comfortable clothing. No lotion, deodorant or perfume near or on the breast. Mammograms typically take 30 minutes to complete. Each breast will be compressed for approximately 20-30 seconds. The compression can be uncomfortable, but it is important because it allows the breast tissue to spread and flatten for a clear view. If you have any questions or concerns you can call our call center at 800-215-7494 or make an appointment at an Adagio Health near you to speak with a nurse practitioner. 
How to get enrolled?
You can call our call center at 800-215-7494 or call your closest Adagio Health medical office to schedule an appointment for breast cancer screening. You can get enrolled via a telehealth appointment or an in-person appointment. If you are not sure if you have a facility close to you call our call center and we can assist you with locating a facility near you! 

High risk for breast cancer?
We offer coverage for breast screening services for high-risk patients. We can also help in finding and seeing a provider to assess if you are high risk for breast cancer. 

Do not know if your insurance offers coverage or have low coverage or high deductible?
You can call our call center and we can help you figure out if your insurance provides breast screening coverage. You may qualify to be enrolled into one of our programs to receive a voucher for your breast screening services. 

What services are covered?
Clinical Breast Exams
Screening Mammograms
Diagnostic Mammograms
Ultrasounds
MRIs
Biopsies 

Cancer diagnosis and no healthcare coverage?
We can help you apply for the Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Program  (BCCPT). 
If you have questions or want to know more, please call our call center or visit an Adagio Health office near you! 

Our office locations and phone numbers are listed below, and you can contact them Monday-Friday. 
 
Adagio Health Butler: 724-282-2730
Adagio Health Center Township (Beaver County): 724-375-8147
Adagio Health Edinboro: 814-734-7600
Adagio Health Erie: 814-453-4718
Adagio Health Indiana: 724-349-2022
Adagio Health New Castle: 724-658-6681
Adagio Health Seneca: 814-676-1811
Adagio Health Uniontown: 724-437-1582
Adagio Health Mobile Health Unit: 814-676-1811