Q&A: prescription drug benefit 15/30/60 means?

Question by Deepak S: prescription drug benefit 15/30/60 means?
prescription drug benefit 15/30/60 means? please explain

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Answer by Zarnev
In most cases it means the tier one drugs, which with most companies are the preferred generics, have a co-pay of $ 15. The tier two drugs, which would mostly be brand name and/or non preferred generics, would have a co-pay of $ 30. The tier three drugs, which would be the non preferred brand drug or specialty drugs would have a co-pay of $ 60.

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One Comment on "Q&A: prescription drug benefit 15/30/60 means?"

  1. Insurance Pickle.com
    23/02/2014 at 8:53 am Permalink

    $ 15 generic and $ 30 and $ 60 for brand ($ 30 for the cheaper brand and $ 60 for the more expensive). You’d have to look at the insurance company’s list to determine which they fall under.

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