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    Default Brand Name Medications

    My workers compensation claim was made in the State of: ca does the adjustor has the right to deny brand name medecation been requested by my treating dr.

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    Default Re: Brand Name Medications

    Quote Quoting mark14 View Post
    My workers compensation claim was made in the State of: ca does the adjustor has the right to deny brand name medecation been requested by my treating dr.
    Not completely sure on your question.....I would have no problem with a generic drug...I had more problems when they refused to pay for a generic anti-seizure med......It was just cruel what they did to me over and over for years!

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    Default Re: Brand Name Medications

    Any one can hlep me with this issue

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    Default Re: Brand Name Medications

    Unless the physician specifies in writing no substitutions can be made, the pharmacy must provide generic drugs.
    It's part of the latest reforms to save money.

    https://www.cwci.org/document.php?file=4190.pdf

    Tony
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