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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 10:05 pm 
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Wondering if aonyone has medco prescription coverage? and BCBS of Michigan? Do they pay for the sub and the doctor visits?


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they do.........the hard part is finding a doctor who prescribes suboxone that takes insurance. There are very few as most sub docs require cash only. It is very frustrating.....My doc doesn't take insurance but it does cover my subs ($45). the docs that do take insurance usually have a long waiting list.......good luck......no matter what it is still cheaper than buying on the street.

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I'm in Michigan and have Medco. They cover my suboxone script for $20 and my sub doc is also my primary care doc, so those visits are covered too, with a copay. Let me know if you have questions or want the name of my doctor (depending on where you're at).

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thanks for the info! I'm actually in KY..my husbands insurance through work is BCBS of Michigan...and yes that is a good point it is cheaper than buying the drugs! So here I go off to make big changes in my life...wish me luck!


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Yup, Medco pays for Suboxone. I got it pretty good. I only pay $25 for my tabs once per month. I had BCBS and they had no problems taking care of my dr visits. Like it was said, you just have to find a Doctor that takes your insurance. I found mine just by going to the suboxone website and doing a local dr search. I called around and found one that had an opening that took my insurance.

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Hi

I Understand the importance of the insurance ,

my friends and my relationships share the message.

Thank you.


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