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I need to find out how much my inhaler should be and what pharmacy. Walgreens wanted $50 with my insurance used
About Tier 5 prescription covered drug list. Drugs costing hundreds of thousands of dollars. I would pay 25%. Up to $4950 max out of pocket then drops to 5%. Is that correct? This is on the d prescription plan. If I change to advantage plan pay 33% to same out of pocket max then also goes to 5% there after, correct?
I am a member, My doctor prescribed a medication that requires pre authorization. My doctor has been trying to connect with BCBS for a week now, with no luck. I am deathly ill and unable to perform my daily activities and work duties without this medication. Is there any way to make this process simpler?
Why has BCBS of Oklahoma stopped covering Azor 520 and its generic? Also once the generic version was offered we filled the prescription for a few months and now it is no longer covered to. It is hard to find a blood pressure pill that will work with your body and now will have to start over because we cant afford the medication.
I received a letter dated April 2017 with information concerning changes in prescription updates - NO web link works - NO info on updates anywhere - NO easy way to communicate - yes frustrating
RX -2017 - no updated to be found!
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