Cure Hepatitis C from home

Addiction and Hepatitis C often occur together. Treat both with virtual care.

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Nearly 2.4 million Americans are living with Hepatitis C

Treatment is now simpler than ever.  Easy to take oral tablets offer a 95% cure rate for Hepatitis C.

With an average treatment time of 8-12 weeks, oral medication can help you beat Hepatitis C.

Hepatitis C is curable with 100% virtual care

Nearly 2.4 million Americans are living with Hepatitis C. Treatment is now simpler than ever.  Easy to take oral tablets offer a 95% cure rate for Hepatitis C.

With an average treatment time of 8-12 weeks, oral medication can help you beat Hepatitis C.

Know your status

The opioid epidemic has led to a rise in Hepatitis C, with intravenous drug users at greatest risk. About 1% of all Americans are living with Hepatitis C.

It’s estimated that 40% of people who have Hepatitis C may not know it. In Workit Health’s opioid or alcohol programs, our clinical teams can help you understand your risk and order testing for Hepatitis C  if necessary. 

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Harvoni (sofosbuvir and ledipasvir)

Highly effective, direct-acting antiviral medications are used to treat Hepatitis C.

Mavyret (glecaprevir and pibrentasvir)

These medications can be e-prescribed to your local pharmacy.

Epclusa (sofosbuvir and velpatasvir) 

Oral antivirals have a 95-98% cure rate in people with no previous treatment.

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No judgment, just healing

For some people, Hepatitis C is a short-term illness. But for more than half the people infected, untreated Hepatitis C becomes a long-term and chronic infection. Although you may not feel sick, Hepatitis C can result in serious health issues like cirrhosis and liver cancer. 

Treatments vary based on your medical history and insurance coverage, but oral antiviral medications are easy to take, effective, and can be e-prescribed to your local pharmacy.

Work on your recovery while also treating your HepC