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|English term or phrase: administer|
|Vaccine Coverage (including administration) Our Plan’s prescription drug benefit covers a number of vaccines, including vaccine administration. The amount you will be responsible for will depend on how the vaccine is dispensed and who administers it. Also, please note that in some situations, the vaccine and its administration will be billed separately. When this happens, you may pay separate cost-sharing amounts for the vaccine and for the vaccine administration. The following chart describes some of these scenarios. Note that in some cases, you will be receiving the vaccine from someone who is not part of our pharmacy network and that you may have to pay for the entire cost of the vaccine and its administration in advance. You will need to mail us the receipts, following our out-of-network paper claims policy (see Section 2), and then you will be reimbursed up to our normal coinsurance/co-payment for that vaccine. In some cases you will be responsible for the difference between what we pay and what the out-of-network provider charges you. The following chart provides examples of how much it might cost to obtain a vaccine (including its administration) under our Plan. Actual vaccine costs will vary by vaccine type and by whether your vaccine is administered by a pharmacist or by another provider. Remember you are responsible for all of the costs associated with vaccines (including their administration) during the deductible or coverage gap phases of your benefit.|
If you obtain the vaccine
1) at The Pharmacy: And get it administered by: The Pharmacy (not possible in all States): You pay (and/or are reimbursed)
2) At Your Doctor And get it administered by: Your Doctor: You pay your normal coinsurance for the vaccine.
You pay up-front for the entire cost of the vaccine and its administration. You are reimbursed this amount less your normal coinsurance for the vaccine (including administration)
1) at The Pharmacy: And get it administered by: Your Doctor: You pay your normal coinsurance for the vaccine at the pharmacy and the full amount charged by the doctor for administering the vaccine.
Does it mean "maintained" or "distributed to you" or "injected to you"
|given a vaccination|
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