** Originally posted by Jables **
Went to my pharmacy today and I was quoted a cost for Enbrel 50mg/ml SureClick injector @ $360 per injection (cash price)..
My insurance tells me my copay for injection type medications like Enbrel is 10%... My math skills tell me that should come out to $36 per injection..
The pharmacy is telling me my copay is $68.50 which would be just under 20%... Is something wrong? Have any of you had this same type of experience where your coverage calls for a certain percentage, then when it comes to getting the medications it ends up being higher? I actually spoke to a person on the phone today from my insurance carrier and they told me that my copay is 10% for injections... I'm a little confused here and would like to know what i should do next.
Also when you get Enbrel does it come in a package of (4) 50mg/ml injections or do they come individually?
Any help would be appreciated.. Thanks