Important Information for Those Interested In the DOE v. United settlement

by admin on August 26, 2014

On August 2, 2014, the Court entered an order finally approving the settlement in this action.  Assuming no appeals are filed, the following is an updated list of relevant dates:

“Effective Date” – September 3, 2014.  This is the date the Settlement becomes effective.  Thus, beginning on September 4, 2014, class members can exercise your Exemption Right and thereafter purchase HIV/AIDS Specialty Medications from an in-network pharmacy.  You may exercise your Exemption Right on and after that date by calling 1-866-803-8570, or by downloading and submitting the Exemption Form that you will be able to download from www.unitedhivsettlement.com.  That form will be available on September 3, 2014. Class members should have their membership number and the name and address of the in-network pharmacy they want to designate to obtain Specialty HIV/AIDS medications.

Exemption Notice Letter To Be Mailed No Later Than: October 3, 2014.  The notice letter will provide several options to exercise the right to an exemption from the OptumRx mail order program for HIV/AIDS Specialty Medications, as well as provide a date when an on-line exemption option will be made available. 

 Last Date to file claim form for individual out-of pocket costs (see full settlement notice for more details): November 14, 2014

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Dushyant August 3, 2015 at 3:40 am

by law some with hiv do not have to tell any one they have it . but they sould use glove. as bing a firefighter and emt when i have to work on some they do not have to tell me they have it so and it very very had to get from some one from ever day thnigs. if you want to know more one sould look on the web or talk with your dc about hiv and we sould not put some down for having it keep then from geting a job.

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