You have access to our extensive ePay* network. ePay allows you to submit claims electronically through our secure web portal and get payment directly to your bank account. *Not all types of providers have access to ePay. Check the authorization here. As of January 19, 2015, Medavie will be using all online and paper pharmacy/drug applications for all regions of Canada, contact your pharmacy agent: for authorized prescription drugs, you are responsible for paying 30% of the cost of the prescription, up to a maximum of US$25 for each drug prescribed. The program covers the remaining authorized portion billed by the pharmacy directly to Alberta Blue Cross. Reopening pharmacy supplier survey Second quarter holdback directive update Explore the Pharmacy Distributors section of the Alberta Blue Cross site for additional resources I already have a Medavie blue cross provider ID and would like to sign up for ePay and/or ePayment Abstracts Alberta Precision Labs (APL) Pharmacy Information Package and Registration Cheque List Consider sharing your feedback with our Pharmacy Supplier Survey! Fees for legitimate diabetic items can be charged directly by the Alberta Blue Cross Pharmacy, up to a maximum of $600 per benefit year. Some health care providers may break directly at the Alberta Blue Cross. All other eligible expenses are paid by you at the time of delivery. Select one of the following options to get started or find out why you should sign up. Alberta Blue Cross® now offers online access to the most current pharmacy benefactors and additional information to help them submit your direct drug requests. . .
. Anyone enrolled in a publicly funded supplementary health benefit receives an Alberta Blue Cross identity card. The card is in the name of the person registered in the Alberta Health Care Plan. . . . Alberta Blue Cross for Prescription Drug Administration for Ambrose / StudentVIP – Group 23710. . . . Product shortages for alberta Drug Benefit List (ADBL) and removal of temporary benefits from the Alberta Drug Benefit List (ADBL) Réseau Preferred Provider Networks (PPN) or prescription drug discounts Import of Teva salad inhaler (salbutamol sulfate) marked in the United Kingdom due to a shortage. 2.
November 2020 – Addition of Etanercept Biosimilar to the indication psoriasis plaque. Important reminder: Alberta Healths change in coverage for certain angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors (ACEIs), hmG-COA-reductase inhibitors (statins) and calcium channel blockers (CCBS) under programs funded by the Government of Alberta. . Pneumococcal polysaccharide 23-Valent Vaccine (Pneumo-P 23) has been added to the list of vaccines for provincially funded pharmacists. October 7, 2020 – Biosimilars Initiative for Physician Memory. For more information, please contact your health plan administrator. Alberta Drug Benefit List (ADBL) Health Canada Preliminary Order Due to Lack of Epinephrine Recall #2 – Eligibility changes come into effect on March 1, 2020 for Alberta Health`s Coverage for Seniors Program. . . .