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  • n. Plural form of formulary.


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  • Under the 2003 law, prices and "formularies" - the lists of which drugs are covered according to different "tiers" of coverage-are set by the individual companies that offer Part D plans.

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  • These lists of preferred drugs are called formularies, and they are an increasingly important method for containing drug costs.

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  • It's important to look closely at plan drug lists, called formularies, to understand if your particular medications are covered and at what cost.

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  • The formularies are the prayer books and missals that direct the priests at the altar and the congregations that they serve.

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  • Most of you probably know that "formularies" are lists of drugs approved by health insurance companies for partial or full payment "under the terms and conditions of the coverage."

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  • With a market share of about 46%, the government would set drug prices, not negotiate them, and then establish "formularies" telling seniors which drugs they could use and which ones they couldn't.

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  • Hadank-Swinson noted Part D plans also change their "formularies," the lists of brand and generic drugs covered at different co-payment tiers each year.

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  • It mentions changes in premiums, networks, drug formularies, covered items, and cost-sharing, but the Administration is concerned about allowing "unfettered changes."

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  • The use of the Alleluia dates back to the earliest of liturgical formularies, both Jewish and Christian, as an endless chant of joy.

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  • There were no trappings, no liturgical requirements, no formularies, rituals or recitations, just a “remember me when you come into your kingdom.”

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