Is coumadin therapy covered for pulmonary hypertension or pulmanary embolism?
17 Jan 2012
The co-pay on your Warfarin from United Healthcare's long term provider should be no more than $4 for a ninety day supply. It used to be $7. If you are not able to pay this amount you need to go to your local state Medicaid agency and they will help you fill out the necessary paperwork to pay for your medical care including medications. Hope this helps.
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