English translation: payment made directly by yourself. OED: (of an expense or cost) paid for directly rather than put on account or charged
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English term or phrase:
payment made directly by yourself. OED: (of an expense or cost) paid for directly rather than put on account or charged
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English term or phrase:out-of-pocket
If you pay out-of-pocket for the drug and request an exception that we approve, the Plan will reimburse you.
Some of these retail pharmacies agree to accept the mail-order cost-sharing amount for an extended supply of maintenance medications, which may result in no out-of-pocket payment difference to you.
In rare circumstances when you are in a coverage gap or deductible period and have bought a covered Part D drug at a network pharmacy under a special price or discount card that is outside the Plan’s benefit, you may submit a paper claim to have your out-of-pocket expense count towards qualifying you for catastrophic coverage.