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... Hi, everyone, can anyone tell me what Insurance company will pay for Suboxone besides Welfare? ... (8 replies)
... We *just* got Insurance with United health Care and the formulary *says* Suboxone, and there are no stars by it and it's not red lettered like my husband's Lexapro, which for some insane reason has a $70 co-pay, but I'll believe it when I see it. I assume you have exhausted your 'free meds' help; the Dr. Can have up to 3 patients at any one time that get free meds for up to... (8 replies)
... the best thing we addicts can hope for is for the obama health plan to pass and become law.then these preexisting conditions that the insurance cos are denying us on will have to cover us no matter what.i pray that the obama healthcare plan passes and becomes available to all us poor people.its the only way we will ever have any type of insurance. (8 replies)

... in addition to whether there is any coverage for suboxone under whatever plan they might be able to offer you. Hope this helps.. good luck to you! ... (8 replies)
... Blue Cross Blue Shield will pay for Suboxone. (8 replies)
... et, I am still waiting for an answer to see if my MA went through, I should know in a week or so! I really do not understand why they have not made a generic for Suboxone yet! It is to expensive! They make this drug to help people, but then they make it so expensive that people cannot afford it! ... (8 replies)
... Hello D, If the social services office will not listen to you, then you need to request a fair hearing as soon as humanly possible. If you have a legitimate reason for not attending a clinic, I am sure that they will be willing to listen at that time. Time is of the essence; requesting a fair hearing before your case is closed may prevent your local office from closing... (8 replies)
... I have United Health Care and it is paid for. I get 90 8mg per month and it costs me $115.00 per month. It's about $430.00 without insurance. I hope this helps. (8 replies)
... There is no way of knowing what Insurance Company will pay for any medication. First, it often depends on the plan under which you are covered and every insurance company sells thousands of different plans. Second, often pharmacy use is covered by a PBM (pharmacy benefit manager - a company hired just for that purpose - to control costs and access to meds). For example,... (8 replies)




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