If so, who are the suppliers. I was discharged from the hospital and picked up the Duoneb for $225.00 at the local pharmacy. Cannot afford that again. The nebulizer was delivered by a company that bills Part B but does not provide drugs.
No. Part D pays for medications. Part B pays for things like monitors and home care things other then meds, with one exception it pays for cancer treatment. Duoneb is a combination med, and the two meds it combines are available in generics. I'd call my pharmacy and ask what the two meds seperately would cost then I'd call the dr tomorrow and ask if I could get them seperately. I won't let my dr order a combination drug because they are almost always more expensive and my part D won't pay for them.
If he won't let you do that ( I can't imagine why he wouldn't) you can apply to pparx.org for assistance.
- DuoNeb Information for Consumers
- DuoNeb Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of DuoNeb (detailed)
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