Clorpres Coupon - Clorpres 0.3mg/15mg tablet
Clorpres

Clonidine And Chlorthalidone

CHLORTHALIDONE; CLONIDINE is a combination of two medicines that are used to treat high blood pressure. Chlorthalidone is a diuretic. It lowers blood pressure and increases the amount of urine passed, which causes the body to lose salt and water. Clonidine also lowers blood pressure. Compare central alpha agonist / thiazide-like diuretic combinations.
Clorpres Coupon - Clorpres 0.3mg/15mg tablet

Clorpres Medicare Coverage

Overview

Does Medicare cover Clorpres?

Maybe.
39% of Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plans cover this drug, so it's pretty much a toss-up.

How much is my Clorpres co-pay with Medicare?

It depends. Which coverage stage are you in? Click on a tab below…

Deductible
Typical
Donut Hole
Post-Donut Hole
Co-Pay Range
$114 – $143
In the Deductible co-pay stage, you are responsible for the full cost of your prescriptions. Your Medicare deductible cannot exceed $360 in 2016.
Co-Pay Range
$10 – $125
In the Typical co-pay stage, your deductible has been satisfied, and Medicare pays the majority of your drug costs.
Co-Pay Range
$10 – $125
In the Donut Hole (also called the Coverage Gap) stage, you’ll pay more for your prescriptions. In 2016, the Donut Hole begins once you’ve spent $3,310 in one year.
Co-Pay Range
$7 – $125
In the Post-Donut Hole (also called Catastrophic Coverage) stage, Medicare will cover most of your drug costs. In 2016, this stage begins once you have spent $4,850.
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Ways to Save on Clorpres

Here are some ways that may lower the cost of your Clorpres prescription.

Combination Drugs Cost More
Take chlorthalidone and clonidine separately to save.
Fill a 90-Day Supply to Save
You may be able to lower your total cost by filling a greater quantity at one time.

Clorpres Medicare Formulary Information & Restrictions

What drug tier is Clorpres typically on?

Tier 2

Medicare plans typically list Clorpres in Tier 2 of their formulary. Tier 2 means that this drug is a “non-preferred generic”. It will be expensive and there may be cheaper drugs that work in a similar fashion.

Does your plan have restrictions?

See discount prices that can save you money when your Medicare plan doesn't work for you.

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