Note that many plans require authorization for prescriptions. It seems that even commonly prescribed medications require it. Unfortunately, this way your insurance makes the process of providing you with your needed medications most time consuming. Insurance suggest that the doctor calls to obtain authorization. However, it is a most time consuming process. More often than not the doctors have several requests for pre-authorization at hand. Rather than making a call, our practice prefers to fill out a pre-authorization form. These are normally provided by your insurance and contain all information and/or questions pertinent to your particular prescription.
For that reason, if needed we ask you to obtain the required PRE-AUTHORIZATION forms from your PRESCRIPTION INSURANCE and have them forwarded to our office for the doctor’s review and fulfillment. This will allow the doctor to tend to the patients at the office as opposed to being held on the phone for several minutes a day jumping through insurance imposed processes.
Without the pre-authorization forms you will have to pay for your prescriptions out of pocket. Also, some plans have no coverage for certain medications. You’re welcome to have the insurance fax these to our main fax line: