I’m a psychotherapist and my question is about waived cost share (co-pays and deductibles) during the Covid pandemic. (March through December.)

I know that Blue Cross Blue Shield kindly waived all cost share for subscribers starting in mid-March when the stay at home orders started, going through 12/31. There was some talk about extending the waive period after the 31st but I can’t seem to find that online. I won’t be able to call BCBS tomorrow because their customer service rep hours only go until 4:30 and I can’t call before 5:30 so I figured I’d ask here in case someone might be able to enlighten me sooner rather than later! My question in a nutshell is: Did BCBS stop waiving cost shares for mental health on 12/31 and if not is there a new deadline when they will? Also, if anyone happens to know the same about Aetna, Tufts, and United please let me know. Thanks!

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I know that Blue Cross Blue Shield kindly waived all cost share for subscribers starting in mid-March when the stay at home orders started, going through 12/31. There was some talk about extending the waive period after the 31st but I can’t seem to find that online. I won’t be able to call BCBS tomorrow because their customer service rep hours only go until 4:30 and I can’t call before 5:30 so I figured I’d ask here in case someone might be able to enlighten me sooner rather than later! My question in a nutshell is: Did BCBS stop waiving cost shares for mental health on 12/31 and if not is there a new deadline when they will? Also, if anyone happens to know the same about Aetna, Tufts, and United please let me know. Thanks!
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