As a Community Health Center, Cornerstone Care offers a Sliding Fee Discount Schedule to our patients who are income eligible. The Cornerstone Care, Inc. Sliding Fee Discount Program has been developed to prevent a barrier to care. Based on income and household size, our sliding fee schedule may substantially lower your Medical and Dental costs. Download an application today!
Adagio Health is the statewide administrator of the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Healthy Woman Program which focuses on early detection of breast and cervical cancer.
Adagio Health is the sole provider of Healthy Woman programs for more than twenty counties of western Pennsylvania. Through Healthy Woman, eligible women can receive free breast and cervical cancer screenings.
As a companion to Healthy Woman, Adagio Health also offers clients a cardiovascular health program called WISEWOMAN (Well-Integrated Screening and Evaluation for Women Across the Nation) at selected locations. WISEWOMAN targets low-income, underinsured or uninsured, women ages 40 to 64 and provides them with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities to improve their diet, physical activity and other life habits to prevent, delay, or control cardiovascular and other chronic diseases.
A proud partner of Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh, Adagio Health administers Komen Pittsburgh’s 34-county Mammogram Voucher Program which provides mammograms for uninsured and underinsured women. Komen’s Mammogram Voucher Program (MVP) became a partner, providing additional resources for:
Screening mammograms for all women 40 and over who cannot afford them
Diagnostic services for all women in the program identified with breast abnormalities
Educational forums about breast health to be provided throughout the region
Access to the Internet through the Breast Cancer Information Service (BCIS)
Opportunity to participate in Pennsylvania’s largest foot race—the Mother’s Day 5K in Pittsburgh
In addition to cancer screening, Adagio Health sites provide follow-up and referral.
For more information about where to receive Healthy Woman services, please call the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Information Services at () or contact (opens in a new tab).
Diabetes education is the cornerstone of diabetes management, because diabetes requires day-to-day knowledge of nutrition, exercise, monitoring, and medication.
Diabetes is different from other diseases that medication alone can often times successfully treat. There are many components to diabetes, such as: the diabetes disease process, nutritional management, physical activity, medications, glucose monitoring, and psychosocial adjustment.
Diabetes education makes you more aware of diabetes, what it takes to treat it, and gives you the power to control it. Diabetes education allows you to better incorporate education into your life and make the necessary changes to improve your lifestyle.
Diabetes education and self-management training should be done with a team, through an integrated system of care, such as that provided by Cornerstone Care.
Your diabetes care team consists of:
Cornerstone Care’s integrated system of care gives you access to all of these people.
Your Cornerstone Care primary care provider will help you with your diabetes self-management goals, which will be individualized, measurable and achievable. They will help you create very specific short-term goals as well as long-term goals. An example of a short-term goal might be saying you’ll lose one to two pounds per week, while a long-term goal would be to lose 50 pounds.
Diabetes education is an ongoing process that should be repeated every one to two years. This allows patients to keep up to date. Diabetes education gives you the power to control your diabetes, so it doesn’t end up controlling you.
All patients will be given a copy of our Patient Grievance Policy at check-in.
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If you have any questions, please contact the Risk Management and Compliance Oﬃcer at 724.947.2255 Ext. 1390