The CPA indicates the criteria for prescribing the drug. This ensures appropriate PharmaCare coverage and specific prescription reminders to physicians. When a patient does not meet the criteria set by the CPA, the CPA requires the physician to provide coverage criteria, forms and cooperation contracts for limited-coverage drugs on the pages of the drug coverage criteria available on the list of limited-coverage drugs on the special authority`s website. A CPA may be offered to specialists who often prescribe a drug for patients who meet PharmaCare coverage criteria. For some limited coverage drugs, PharmaCare invites physicians to sign a Collaborative Prescribing Agreement (CPA). If you receive an order with this mention, you will file the application with the Ajudicious intervention code upon request at $0.00. Pharmacists who bottle prescriptions labelled “PharmaCare Zero Cost Registration” /”PharmaCare Pays Zero” must enter the $0.00 Ajudicated Intervention Code to ensure that PharmaCare does not cover the costs. Physicians who have received a CPA are exempt from the implementation of applications from the special authority for a specific drug and are subject to the provisions of the CPA.
Collaborative Prescribing Agreement Bc
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