The estimated price will be based on what services are expected to be provided during your office visit. Many factors will influence the actual amount you will be billed, including whether the provider finds it necessary to perform more, fewer or different procedures than originally expected at the time of service.

The Women’s Health Mandate

What are the new benefits that are being added as a result of the legislation?

  • Covered women will be able to receive the following at no member cost-share:
  • Annual well-woman visits, including pre-conception and prenatal care
  • Screening for gestational diabetes
  • Counseling on sexually transmitted infections and testing for human papillomavirus
  • FDA-approved contraceptive methods (drug coverage not required, but CDPHP formulary applies)
  • Lactation counseling and rental of breastfeeding equipment
  • Annual screening and counseling for domestic violence

Who does the Women’s Health Mandate affect?

The coverage pertains to members of employer groups, Healthy New York, Direct Pay, and CDPHN self-insured groups. It does not affect members covered by Medicaid, Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus, or Medicare. Non-profit religious organizations may qualify for an exemption from the contraception coverage. If a group is grandfathered with regard to the Affordable Care Act preventive benefits, the enhancement does not apply.

When will the changes take effect?

The law directs that the benefits be effective upon group renewals after August 1, 2012, but CDPHP chose to apply them for most of our groups as of August 1, 2012. For members covered by the Federal Employees Health Benefits Plan (FEHBP) plan or New York State Health Insurance Program (NYSHIP), the benefits will be added on January 1, 2013 (the renewal date for these groups).

Attention Patients: We have been and continue to take every precaution to keep our patients and staff safe during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Until further notice, we will continue to restrict visitors from attending patient appointments. We understand, especially for our expecting mothers, that these restrictions may be difficult and untimely. A visitor is only permitted in the following cases:

• Pediatric patients (17 and under) will be allowed one parent
• Any patient requiring physical assistance to get into the building for area of care will be allowed one visitor to assist them until an Oneida Health employee is able to assist, at which point the visitor will be asked to wait in their vehicle or return following the appointment

We thank you for your cooperation as we continue to be diligent in protecting our patients and staff. Please call the office prior to your appointment if you have any questions at 315-363-9380.