You and your doctor have selected a new medication to treat your condition.  You’re relieved.  You’re hoping this treatment will perform better than the last.  And you’re looking forward to improving your quality of life. But something stands between you and the drug your doctor prescribed.  Before you can fill your prescription, or have it administered in the doctor’s office, you need your health plan’s approval. It’s a process known as prior authorization.

 

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