Does medicare pay for Opana ER 30 mg?

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22 Jul 2013

It depends on what part D plan you have. Mine does not pay for it. Find the web site for your part D, there should be a place to check for payment, or give them a call.

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lastresort14 22 Jul 2013

Thanks for the quick response. I am not on medicare yet, just trying to look ahead. Sounds like I have a lot of reading up to do on all parts of medicare.

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