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Making Hep C Testing & Treatment Easy

Ready to kick Hep C out of your life for good? HepCMyWay makes an easy 3 step process for treating Hepatitis C. Here’s how it works:

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Fill out our patient-friendly form, or give us a call if you’re more comfortable talking to a person.

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Schedule your at-home Or in-lab test

We'll then send that blood to the lab, where we'll determine the appropriate treatment plan

Receive Medication In 3-5 Days

Receive Medication In THE MAIL

We'll schedule you a telemedicine visit with a real Hep C specialist, then ship the appropriate Hepatitis C medications right to your home!

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Welcome to HepCMyWay

Hepatitis C affects around 3.5 million people in the United States, many of whom don’t even realize they have an infection -- but the fact is, Hep C is curable with a simple round of medication. When that’s the case, why don’t we talk about Hep C until it enters our lives? Why is Hep C testing and treatment inaccessible to many of the people who need it most?

Powered by Central Outreach Wellness Center in Pittsburgh, PA, HepCMyWay strives to offer the latest Hepatitis C treatment in a way that’s accessible, affordable, safe and judgment-free to anyone who needs it. If you've tested positive for Hep C, we'll work together virtually to develop a treatment plan and send your medication right to you.

If you're currently living with a Hep C infection, starting treatment is your first step to freedom. With HepCMyWay, that step has never been easier to take!


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Facts about Hepatitis C

Get the Facts About Hepatitis C

Ready to kick Hep C out of your life for good? HepCMyWay makes an easy 3 step process for treating Hepatitis C. Here’s how it works:

  • Around 3.5 million people in the U.S. are living with Hep C.
  • Most people don’t even realize they have Hep C.
  • The first medication developed to treat Hep C had just a 6% cure rate.
  • Hep C symptoms don’t always appear until advanced stages of infection.
  • There is currently no vaccine for Hepatitis C.
  • Now, Hepatitis C treatment options are 95% effective in curing the infection.

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Hepatitis C Treatment Where You Need It

At-Home Hep C Testing

Starting treatment for Hep C is the first step toward freedom, and HepCMyWay offers that vital treatment wherever and whenever you need it. With our convenient at-home Hep C clinic, you can have your blood drawn where you’re comfortable and receive your medicine in discreet packaging.

How It Works

Judgment-Free Hep C Specialist 

Virtual Care With a Personal Touch

With HepCMyWay, we combine the comfort of home with a personal touch. Every appointment you have with us will be conducted remotely using voice and video chat. This will allow you to speak to a real Hep C specialist while keeping your care comfortable, safe, and private. 

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  • Finally Drs who don't humiliate you once they find out you are an addict (clean or not) or have hiv or hep c whatever. Thank you for making me feel like a human being again ..

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General FAQs

The standard test for Hepatitis C is a blood test, and requires a testing center to draw your blood. If you're in Western Pennsylvania or Southeast Ohio, Central Outreach Wellness Center provides FREE rapid Hepatitis C testing to those who need it. If you're elsewhere in the United States, be sure to contact your local health department or primary care physician for an initial Hep C test.

Your initial Hep C test will come up with one of two results:

  • Non-reactive, or negative, which means you are not infected with the Hep C virus.
  • Reactive, or positive, which means you have been infected with Hep C at some point in your life.

Once a person is infected with Hep C, the antibodies deployed to fight the virus will always remain in your body, even after the infection has cleared. For that reason, a reactive test doesn’t necessarily mean you currently have Hep C. If your test comes up reactive, the lab will perform a second test, called a “nucleic acid test” (NAT).

The NAT test for Hep C also has two potential results:

  • Negative, meaning that although you were infected with Hep C at some point, you no longer have it in your body. If you’ve never been through Hep C treatment before, this likely means that your body fought off the virus naturally.
  • Positive, meaning that the virus is present in your blood and that you should begin treatment right away.

Yes! If you test positive for Hep C, or you've been living with Hep C, HepCMyWay is here to help you start a medication regimen as soon as possible. To learn more about how Hep C treatment works, read the Hepatitis C Treatment page right here on our site!

Absolutely! Your current drug use has no bearing on whether or not treatment for Hep C will be successful, and any care you receive from HepCMyWay will be completely judgment-free.

After your in-home blood draw, our phlebotomists will deliver your blood samples to a lab to conduct a number of tests that are vital for determining your treatment plan. 

These tests include:

  • Viral Load: Your "viral load" refers to the amount of Hep C virus that is currently present in your blood.
  • Genotype: This test will identify which strain of the Hep C virus you've been infected with. This will help our team of specialists determine which medication is right for you, and how long you'll need to take it. 
  • Liver Fibrosis: Liver fibrosis testing will help us determine the extent of the existing damage to your liver due to Hep C.

The results of all of these tests will be discussed with you during your telemedicine appointment following your blood draw.

Currently, HepCMyWay services are only available in the state of Pennsylvania or Ohio. If you're living outside of PA or OH and you're having trouble finding treatment, or you have further questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us!

Yes! At HepCMyWay, we do everything in our power to make sure your treatment comes at little to no out-of-pocket cost to you, whether you have insurance or not.

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General FAQs

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The standard test for Hepatitis C is a blood test, and requires a testing center to draw your blood. If you're in Western Pennsylvania, Central Outreach Wellness Center provides FREE rapid Hepatitis C testing to those who need it. If you're elsewhere in the United States, find your local Quest Diagnostics and schedule your test as soon as possible. 

Your initial Hep C test will come up with one of two results:

  • Non-reactive, or negative, which means you are not infected with the Hep C virus.
  • Reactive, or positive, which means you have been infected with Hep C at some point in your life.

Once a person is infected with Hep C, the antibodies deployed to fight the virus will always remain in your body, even after the infection has cleared. For that reason, a reactive test doesn’t necessarily mean you currently have Hep C. If your test comes up reactive, the lab will perform a second test, called a “nucleic acid test” (NAT).

The NAT test for Hep C also has two potential results:

  • Negative, meaning that although you were infected with Hep C at some point, you no longer have it in your body. If you’ve never been through Hep C treatment before, this likely means that your body fought off the virus naturally.
  • Positive, meaning that the virus is present in your blood and that you should begin treatment right away.

Yes! If you test positive for Hep C, or you've been living with Hep C, HepCMyWay is here to help you start a medication regimen as soon as possible. To learn more about how Hep C treatment works, read the Hepatitis C Treatment page right here on our site!

Absolutely! Your current drug use has no bearing on whether or not treatment for Hep C will be successful, and any care you receive from HepCMyWay will be completely judgment-free.

After your in-home blood draw, our phlebotomists will deliver your blood samples to a lab to conduct a number of tests that are vital for determining your treatment plan. 

These tests include:

  • Viral Load: Your "viral load" refers to the amount of Hep C virus that is currently present in your blood.
  • Genotype: This test will identify which strain of the Hep C virus you've been infected with. This will help our team of specialists determine which medication is right for you, and how long you'll need to take it. 
  • Liver Fibrosis: Liver fibrosis testing will help us determine the extent of the existing damage to your liver due to Hep C.

The results of all of these tests will be discussed with you during your telemedicine appointment following your blood draw.

Currently, HepCMyWay services are only available in the state of Pennsylvania or Ohio. If you're living outside of PA or OH and you're having trouble finding treatment, or you have further questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us!

Yes! At HepCMyWay, we do everything in our power to make sure your treatment comes at little to no out-of-pocket cost to you, whether you have insurance or not.