← Return to Medicare Part B Drug Coverage: Trouble Filling Immunosuppressive Drugs

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@cmael

I have a Medicare advantage plan with Humana. I’ve never had any problem getting 90 day prescriptions. I still get my Tacro, Cellcept and Prednizone from Mayo specialty pharmacy. I have other prescriptions that I get from Humana pharmacy. I have a 0% copay for most, but the immunosuppressants from Mayo have a small co pay.

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That is different coverage. If you were covered by medicare at the time of your transplant, your immunosupressive drugs are covered under Part B in a special section of Medicare. There is no co-pay for this coverage but you are limited to 30 day perscriptions.

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