Medicare will not pay for any drugs. The only way that medication is paid for is if you purchased a Part C or Part D plan. Each company has different level plans that may or may not include this drug.
It is up to your state if they will cover the drug under their Medicaid plan.
The manufacturer has the following savings card on their website: NUCYNTA® ER / NUCYNTA® Pay No More Than $25 Savings Card. Best wishes.
- Nucynta Information for Consumers
- Nucynta Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Nucynta (detailed)
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Tirosint - the waiver says you are ineligible if you are on medicare which doesn't pay for the med.?
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