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  • waltzing_matilda
    I'm switching from bcbs to medicare in a few months and my Neurologist and I have discussed changing my medication to Ocrevus.  Ocrevus does not seem to be covered by any of the medicare advantage plans I have researched.  Is this because it is too new to have made it into their formularies?  Is it because it's an infusion drug instead of a patient administered drug?  Is there anyone on this forum who has medicare and gets their Ocrevus covered?  I have to pick a plan. in the next few months and I don't want to choose wrong.
  • MS_Navigators

    Thanks for reaching out! We have a team of Medicare/Medicaid specialists who can help you figure this out. Please call 1-800-344-4867 to speak to a Benefits and Employment specialist Monday through Friday, 7am-5pm MT.

    Warm Regards,
    MS Navigator
  • garrettr35
    Good luck. I recently switched from BCBS and my new insurance company does not want to cover the Rebif that I take 3 times a week. They would prefer that I take Aubagio which I've never had