Re: [IP] Insulin Prescription - what it needs & transfer Rx
I have heard this many times here, that Walgreen's is the place to go
to get insulin charged to Part B.
Boy, was I surprised.
After going round and round with them, I was finally told that
corporate said they weren't allowed to charge insulin to part B.
I had all my prescriptions transferred to Walmart. and the insulin
charge to Part B went very smoothly.
At 05:51 PM 3/17/2019, you wrote:
> I get my insulin covered by Medicare and filled at Walgreens. They know all
>about insulin covered by Medicare Part B.
>Sent from my iPhone
> > On Mar 17, 2019, at 3:22 PM, Alan Segal
><email @ redacted> wrote:
> > I am going to see a new doc tomorrow and need a new Rx for humalog.
> > Usually I end up going to the pharmacy, and they need more info, such as
> > total
> > daily use even if the units varies each day.
> > Does anyone have a template for what a complete prescription
> should specify?
> > This is not for medicare or medicaid.
> > On a little different note, a neighbor told me they had a Novolog Rx
> > transferred from Walmart to Sams Club, and the pharmacist told him Medicare
> > will not pay
> > for a transferred prescription that gets billed to Part B. I'm thinking
> > that is ridiculous, and the pharmacy has no idea what they are doing - am I
> > right or wrong?
> > .
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