I use Optum RX thru United Healthcare Preferred Part D drug coverage plan. My 90 day prescription went from $5 co-pay to $93.49 co-pay. When I inquired at United Healthcare they said the formulary was reclassified from a Tier 1 to Tier 3 how can they do that and why?
Guess you haven't learned yet that insurance companies can do anything they please. Some bp meds have skyrocketed in price, and sounds like they are trying to recoup their loss. I'm in the process of getting mine changed because of it. If its not a preferred drug on their formulary they will get you on cost. In your case, if you get it somewhere else without insurance its much cheaper, if you google ramipril coupon and use them.
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