A Question About Medicaid Coverage and a Refill Too Early Rx

by Heather
(Illinois, USA)

Refill Too Soon.  Can I Pay Out of Pocket?

Refill Too Soon. Can I Pay Out of Pocket?

I have medicaid. If its popping up refill too soon can I have the option to pay out of pocket?


Answer: Yes, usually, as long as the medication is not a controlled drug. In that case, the pharmacy may need to contact your prescriber and get his or her permission.

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