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We provide a transition process consistent with 42 CFR §423.120(b)(3), which deals with access to covered prescription drugs under Medicare Part D.
The process includes a written description of how enrollees whose current drug therapies may not be included in the 2021 HAP covered drug list (PDF), also known as a formulary, may receive a temporary supply of a nonformulary drug, as well as Part D drugs that are on the formulary but require prior authorization, step therapy or are subject to quantity limits under the HAP Medicare utilization management rules.
A meaningful transition period allows sufficient time for members to work with their health care provider to select an appropriate formulary alternative or to request a formulary exception based on medical necessity.
The transition policy applies to:
The following information applies to members who make use of our transition policy:
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