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We Treat Hep C
NEW THIS WEEK: New We Treat Hep C Initiative clinical and patient fact sheets added! To view the fact sheets, please click on the Provider and Public Resource pages below.
We Treat Hep C
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Michigan Medicaid partnered with research-based global biopharmaceutical company, AbbVie, in an effort to eliminate hepatitis C through the We Treat Hep C Initiative.
Effective April 1, 2021 the antiviral MAVYRET® will no longer require prior authorization. As a result, treatment with MAVYRET® is available to all Medicaid ($1 copay) and Healthy Michigan Plan (no copay) beneficiaries at little to no cost. Other direct-acting antivirals ($3 copay) will require prior authorization and will be approved only when MAVYRET® is not clinically appropriate.
Find a Hepatitis C Treatment Provider
To find a hepatitis C treatment provider in Michigan, zoom in on the map below. Use the search function to identify providers within a city, zip code, or county. Location markers on the map have been color coded to denote service provider type.
Disclaimer: Listings in the Hepatitis C Treatment Provider Map are for informational purposes and is not a complete list of all hepatitis C treatment providers in the state of Michigan. Inclusion in the map is for providers who have given consent to be added and does not constitute MDHHS' endorsement or recommendation of, or for, any individual, service, treatment, or organization. Phone numbers, addresses, and service information are subject to change.
Hepatitis C Elimination Plan
In Michigan, it is estimated that at least 200,000 people are living with hepatitis C. Many people may not know they have hepatitis C; it can spread silently because people may have no symptoms for many years. When symptoms do appear, they often are a sign of advanced liver disease. The hepatitis C virus can lead to liver failure, liver cancer, and death, all preventable through the availability of highly effective treatment. Thus, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, with the support and expertise from critical partners across the state, created Michigan's Hepatitis C Elimination Plan to lay the groundwork for our state becoming hepatitis C free.
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Contact + Get Involved
Medicaid Questions? MDHHSPharmacyServices@Michigan.gov
We Treat Hep C Initiative Questions? MDHHS-Hepatitis@Michigan.gov
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