U-M Prescription Drug Plan

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U-M Prescription Drug Plan
U-M Health System Specialty Pharmacy Services
Phone: 855-276-3002
Fax: 734-232-3408
4260 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
U-M Health System Specialty Pharmacy Services
Hours: Mon‒Fri 9 AM‒5:30 PM ET
Sat 8:30 AM‒12:30 PM
www.pharm.med.umich.edu/specialty_pharmacy/
U-M Prescription Drug Plan
2015 SPECIALTY DRUG LIST
The 2015 University of Michigan Specialty Drug List is a guide to covered medications for you and your physician. A “specialty drug” is a prescription drug that a University of Michigan committee of physicians and pharmacists has
determined to be any one of the following: a self-injectable medication (non-insulin); a medication that requires special handling, special administration or monitoring; or, is a high cost oral medication. The U-M Specialty Drug List
includes medications used to treat a variety of clinical conditions. This list is subject to change by the University of Michigan.
Prescriptions for medications on the U-M Specialty Drug List may be dispensed in quantities up to a 34-day supply. Specialty medications in the Immunosuppressive category may be dispensed in quantities up to a 90-day supply.
How to Use This List – Show this list to your doctor if you are using any of the specialty medications listed below. If a medication requires prior authorization (PA), it is noted next to the drug name. To obtain medication PA, physicians
may call the MedImpact Contact Center at 800-681-9578. Specialty drugs on this list are covered when filled at U-M Health System Specialty Pharmacy Services, even if your doctor is not part of the U-M Health System. All prescriptions
may be picked up at the pharmacy or shipped directly to a patient’s address within the state of Michigan at no extra charge. Specialty drug prescriptions for U-M drug plan members may be electronically prescribed, called or faxed in by
your doctor at the numbers provided above.
Medications marked with (LD) are manufacturer limited distribution drugs and may not be available at U-M Health System Specialty Pharmacy Services. Check with your doctor for information on how to obtain these medications.
For more information, members can call MedImpact at 800-681-9578 or visit https://mp.medimpact.com/umh. Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) is available for persons who are deaf by dialing 711.
BEST BUYS: Generic medications (Tier 1) are bold type. Preferred brand name medications (Tier 2) are bulleted (•). All other medications are non-preferred (Tier 3). Visit benefits.umich.edu/plans/drugs/index.html.
Cancer Drugs - Oral
 Afinitor
 Bosulif (PA)
 Caprelsa (vandetanib) (LD)
Capecitabine
 Cometriq (LD)
 Erivedge
 Gilotrif (PA)
 Gleevec
 Hexalen
 Hycamtin
 Iclusig (PA) (LD)
 Imbruvica
 Inlyta
 Lynparza (PA) (LD)
 Mekinist
 Nexavar
 Pomalyst (PA)
 Revlimid
 Sprycel
 Stivarga (PA)
 Sutent
Tabloid (thioguanine)
 Tafinlar
 Tarceva
 Targretin (oral capsules)
 Tasigna
Temodar (temozolomide)
temozolomide
 Thalomid
tretinoin (capsules)
 Tykerb
 Votrient
 Xalkori (PA)
 Xtandi
 Zelboraf (PA)
 Zolinza
 Zydelig (PA)
 Zykadia (PA)
 Zytiga
Cancer Drugs - Injection
Eligard (leuprolide acetate) 7.5 mg
subcutaneous; males only
Firmagon; males only
 Intron-A
leuprolide acetate (Lupron) subcutaneous form only
 Sylatron
CAPS (Cryopyrin-Associated
Periodic Syndromes)
 Arcalyst (PA) (LD)
 Kineret (PA)
Cystic Fibrosis
 Bethkis
 Cayston (LD)
 Kalydeco (PA)
 Pulmozyme
 Tobi Podhaler
tobramycin
Growth Hormone
Hepatitis B
adefovir dipivoxil
Baraclude
entecavir
Hepsera (adefovir dipivoxil)
Tyzeka
Hepatitis C
Copegus (ribavirin)
 Harvoni (PA)
 Infergen
 Olysio(PA)
 Pegasys
 PegIntron
 Rebetrol (ribavirin)
 RIbasphere (ribavirin)
 Solvadi (PA)
Viekira (PA)
Prior Authorization (PA) required
Immunosuppressive
Genotropin
 Humatrope
Increlex (LD)
 Norditropin
 Nutropin/Nutropin AQ
Omnitrope
 Saizen
 Serostim
Tev-Tropin
Zorbtive
Prescriptions for these medications
covered up to a 90-day supply
Hematopoietic
 Aranesp (PA)
 Epogen (PA)
Leukine
 Neulasta
Neumega
 Neupogen
 Procrit (PA)
 Promacta
CellCept (tier 3; oral solution=tier 2)
cyclosporine
cyclosporine modified
Gengraf (cyclosporine modified)
mycophenolate mofetil
mycophenolic sodium
Myfortic
Neoral (cyclosporine)
Prograf (tacrolimus)
• Rapamume (1& 2MG; oral soln)
 Sandimmune (cyclosporine)
Sirolimus (0.5MG)
tacrolimus, Hecoria
 Zortress
Infertility
Click here for information on prior
authorization and other restrictions.
 Cetrotide
chorionic gonadotropin
Crinone
Endometrin
Ganirelix Acetate
Novarel (chorionic gonadotropin)
 Ovidrel
Pregynl (chorionic gonadotropin)
Maximum lifetime family benefit = 5 total
prescription fills. Max quantities apply.
Click here for more information
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Bravelle
Follistim AQ
Gonal-f/Gonal-f RFF
Menopur
Repronex
Multiple Sclerosis
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Ampyra (tablets only) (PA) (LD)
Aubagio (PA) (LD)
Avonex
Betaseron
Copaxone
Gilenya (PA)
Plegridy (PA)
Rebif
Tecfidera (PA) (LD)
Rheumatoid Arthritis/
Crohn’s Disease/Psoriasis
Prior Authorization (PA) required
Cimzia
 Enbrel
 Humira
 Kineret
 Otezla
 Orencia – subcutaneous form only
Simponi
 Xeljanz
Pulmonary Hypertension
 Adcirca (PA)
 Adempas (PA) (LD)
 Letairis (PA) (LD)
Orenitram ER (PA) (LD)
 Opsumit (PA) (LD)
Revatio (sildenafil) (PA)
sildenafil 20 mg (PA)
 Tracleer (PA) (LD)
Tyvaso (PA) (LD)
 Ventavis (PA) (LD)
Miscellaneous
Actimmune
 Apokyn (LD)
Cafcit (caffeine citrate) – oral solution
• Esbriet (PA) (LD)
 Exjade
 Ferriprox (LD)
 Firazyr
 Forteo
 Jakafi
 Juxtapid (PA) (LD)
 Kuvan
 Kynamro (PA) (LD)
 Metopirone (LD)
 Myelept (PA) (LD)
 Ofev (PA)
octreotide acetate
 Orfadin (LD)
Ravicti (LD)
Rilutek (riluzole)
riluzole
 Sabril (LD)
Sandostatin (octreotide)
Sandostatin LAR Depot (octreotide)
 Sensipar
 Signifor (LD)
Somatuline Depot (PA)
Somavert (PA) (LD)
Synarel
 Xenazine (PA) (LD)
 Xyrem (LD)
 Zavesca (LD)
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Revised 2015-04-13

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