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Can you have medicaid prescription and medicare part d prescription insurance at same time if you are drawing ssd and ssi1The passage of time,X ° -2012-01-08 17:33:47
Can you have the prescription for Medicaid and Medicare Part D prescription drug insurance at the same time if you are drawing SSD and SSI
What Medicare or Medicare supplement will cover BRAND prescription drugs?2Edwar2012-08-06 06:05:47
Trying to find a good plan for my mother. Today has the normal and Humana's Medicare plan . However, the plan only covers generic drugs. Any ideas for something that covers brand name drugs? THX
I have part d prescription drug coverage, but they will not pay for some of the prescriptions i have been?1Winni2012-08-26 23:45:03
taking a long time . all prescription assistance programs that have contacted me say they can only get your medication free if you do not have insurance . Can someone please give me a link or advice on how to avoid this?
Where can I buy prescription medicine online? Without a prescription.?0David M.2012-07-26 03:47:02
I am a college student without health insurance. I have asthma and can not afford to go to the doctor , let alone pay for my medications. I can take Advair , which costs more than $ 300 without insurance , the last time I checked.
Can you buy a prescription in another country with a valid U.S. prescription?0West P.2012-07-15 10:28:02
First off, before everyone assumes I am some kind of junkie or fiend, this is a legitimate question, perfectly legal in any way shape and form, and please do not leave snide comments or rude remarks. My family is planning a cruise soon to celebrate a monumental occasion for my husband and myself. We would like to go on a cruise and have decided to go to either the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Mexico, or perhaps somewhere in South America. My husband has a medical condition and is prescribed several medications that he must take on a daily basis just to be able to move around and function. Some of his medications are considered a controlled substance. We are probably going to go on a lengthy cruise, maybe even one of those 2-3 week cruises. He is concerned that if anything were to happen (if we were victims of foul play or if some kind of accident occurred) that he would be stuck in another country or in the middle of the Atlantic without his medication and would be in severe pain. If he were to go too long without some of his medications it could very possibly be life threatening (and no I am not referring only to the controlled ones). What could we do to be prepared in an emergency such as this? Would traveler's medical insurance cover something like this? Assuming he had a copy of his prescriptions and a note from his doctor certifying what medications he is taking, would it be very difficult to fill them in another country? Would he be able to bring any medications on board that he purchased in another country if he presented his U.S. prescription? If he presented his U.S. prescriptions to a foreign doctor and that doctor wrote him a prescription, would he be able to bring it back into the U.S. without much hassle? We are not drug seekers or dealers or abusers. We are simply making sure we are prepared for any possible scenario! That way we won't have to panic if something were to occur, could handle it quickly and smoothly, and go about enjoying ourselves on our dream vacation! Any advice about traveling overseas with someone with a medical condition would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much!
How will my Medigap Policy work with my Medicare prescription drug coverage?0sharla2012-07-01 03:07:02
How will I know my Medigap coverage work with my Medicare drug prescription?
I just got a letter stating that I qualify for the "Extra Help Program" with my medicare prescription plan....?0leesa2012-07-08 02:01:24
Does this mean I will NOT have to enter the donut hole this year? Just one of my Rx's cost $5000 per month without insurance!!! It's an injection I give myself every day to stop my body from attacking itself. My letter says I will pay no more than $1.10 for a generic and no more than $3.30 for a Brand name drug in the medicare drug plan. So do I still have to worry about hitting the donut hole?
When I use insurance to fill a prescription does insurance send my prescription information to me in the mail?0adonis2012-07-04 01:38:02
I recently filled my prescription , and used my insurance (Aetna ) to do , and I wondered , that my prescription information mailed to me ? As I receive a bill explaining what they paid ? And is it detailed ? And my insurance may increase because of it ?
Buying a prescription at the pharmacy for the first time?1Vietnam2012-08-26 04:16:02
I'm am 20 years old and have never bought my own prescription drugs at the pharmacy before. I was recently given a prescription from my doctor and will likely be filling it at Target or Walmart. This prescription is for a very personal problem, so I will be paying with it with credit card and not giving any insurance information as to keep it discreet from my parents. So what do I do? Do I need to set up an account at the pharmacy? Will I have to fill out forms? Do I just take it to the counter and ask for a prescription? How does it work?
Need to refill adderall prescription well before month time. How can it be done?0dedee2012-10-14 03:15:03
I have been on 20mg generic adderall 2x a day for over a year now. I got my most recent refill on July 13th. I always see one of two of the family medicine physicians here at my university. Both have written me scripts for this medication in the past. I have always refilled my medication at the universities pharmacy. I know there is something like a 31 day refill limit on medications, and usually due to my health insurance refusing to cover. I am leaving town on August 2nd though. I am going to see my doctor tomorrow July 30th for a refill script but I would like to refill it here. What would I likely have to do? Get the script and refill it out of town, or could I refill it at the university pharmacy because I am leaving? I know I once tried to refill my Ambien script like 5 days early and they refused because it was a controlled substance. I want to avoid having to refill the script back home, but I am not sure how it works with generic adderall (Amphatamine Salt Combo 20mg). Could I try and refill it in town at a pharmacy near my university before I go back home? It's a cheap medication so I don't mind not having insurance cover it. It's just when I go back home, the nearest pharmacy is like an hour and a half away.
Doctor issued prescription for Mothers wheelchair. Ordered from company who now claims they do not deal with Medicare insurance. Mother billed entire cost on her CC. What recourse can be used now2Gen2017-05-31 05:08:32
Doctor issued prescription for the wheelchair mothers. Request of the company now says it does not deal with Medicare insurance . Mother total cost billed to your CC. What resources can now be used
Does a person with Medicaid need the gap coverage when choosing medicare part D?0~*!*rOcK*@nD*U*sUcK*~ 2012-05-09 20:49:26
I need to know ASAP because I'm in the middle of the selection thanks :)

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