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  • Welcome to
    drugFinder

    Check to see if your drug is in the Reformulary.

  • Disclaimer

    The Site is designed to provide you with information to help you find preferred drugs covered in Reformulary Group Inc.’s list of drugs -the Reformulary. The information and examples provided to you on this Site may or may not reflect your personal situation and are not intended to be a substitute for a physician’s advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please seek the advice of a qualified health care professional before acting or relying on any information provided on this Site.

    By selecting “I accept” below, you are deemed to have read and are indicating your acceptance of, and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of use (the “Special Terms”) of this Site, which constitute a legal agreement between Reformulary Group Inc. and the visitor (“you”) to the Reformulary Group Inc. and Drug Finder web site and portal (the “Site”). This agreement shall govern your access and use of the Site.

    Reformulary Group Inc.’s general web site terms and conditions of use (the “General Terms”) are available in the Legal section of the Reformulary Group Inc. website home page at reformulary.com. These General Terms, including but not limited to terms limiting the liability of Reformulary Group Inc., are hereby incorporated into and form part of these Special Terms. Please read them.

    Purpose

    All material provided on the Site is designed for information purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for a physician’s advice, diagnosis or treatment, and should not be used to replace a health care professional, for diagnosis or for treatment. You should not act or rely on any Information on this Site without seeking the advice of a qualified professional, including a health care professional.

    The Site is made available to you solely and exclusively for the purpose of providing you with information, helping you find the preferred drugs covered in Reformulary Group Inc.’s list of drugs, the Reformulary, and providing you with examples that may or may not reflect your personal situation.

    Additional Application of the Terms

    The Terms apply also when you use a downloadable application, mobile device browser or other technology to access any features, functionality, content or information that is made available or provided on this Site.

    Rights Reserved

    Reformulary Group Inc. reserves the right to restrict or terminate your access to the Site or any feature or part thereof at any time without notice.

    Reformulary Group Inc. reserves the right to change the Terms, the content of the Site, or discontinue the Site or any part thereof at any time without notice. Your use of the Site following such changes to the Terms means that you accept these changes. If you have any questions regarding the content of the Site or the Terms you may contact Reformulary Group Inc. at 416-519-9729.

    Liability

    YOU UNDERSTAND THAT REFORMULARY GROUP INC.’S LIABILITY IS LIMITED AS SET OUT IN THE GENERAL TERMS. NOT ALL DRUGS THAT MAY BE AVAILABLE TO YOU OR THAT MAY BE COVERED BY INSURANCE UNDER THE LAWS OF THE PROVINCE IN WHICH YOU RESIDE ARE INCLUDED ON THIS SITE. SOME DRUGS MAY BE MENTIONED ON THE SITE WITH RESPECT TO MORE THAN ONE MEDICAL CONDITION AND, AS SUCH, IT IS YOUR SOLE RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE YOU ACCURATELY IDENTIFY THE CORRECT DRUG AND THE CORRECT MEDICAL CONDITION. ANY STATEMENT ON THIS SITE SUGGESTING THAT YOU CONSIDER A PARTICULAR DRUG, INDICATING THAT ANY DRUG IS A PREFERRED DRUG, OR DESCRIBING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A DRUG IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR A PHYSICIAN’S ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT, AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO REPLACE A HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL, FOR DIAGNOSIS OR FOR TREATMENT. YOU SHOULD NOT ACT OR RELY ON ANY INFORMATION ON THIS SITE WITHOUT SEEKING THE ADVICE OF A QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL, INCLUDING A HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL.

    Language

    English shall be the language of the Site and the Terms, and all contents, information and communication in connection with the Site, and the parties waive any right to use and rely upon any other language or translations. Il est de la volonté explicite des parties que le présent site et portail Web et toutes les affaires qui s’y rapportent soient rédigés en langue anglaise, exception faite des documents pour lesquels la loi exige l’usage exclusif du français.

  • How would you like to search for your drug?

  • Enter the drug name or DIN of the drug you’re looking for.

    or
    Sample Receipt
  • Select the drug you’re taking now and let’s look at some options!

  • These preferred drugs are safe and similarly effective — PLUS they’re offered to you at the lowest co-pay.
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    Currently, you’re taking:
    Here are preferred drug alternatives:
  • What’s a Formulary?

    A formulary is a list of drugs that your employer pays for on your drug plan.

    Reformulary is a new kind of formulary that has been designed by a group of physician and pharmacist experts who know all about drugs and the medical conditions that they treat.

    Drugs listed in the Reformulary were chosen based on a thorough review of the evidence (clinical and cost evidence). These drugs are some of the best at treating medical conditions.

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  • About Drug Costs

    Sky Rocketing Costs

    Drug costs in Canada are going up for a lot of reasons:

    • Baby boomers (and there’s a lot of them!) are getting older — as we get older, we have health
      issues and need to take more drugs.
    • Some of the newer drugs are very expensive.
    • We’re able to treat many more medical
      conditions than ever before.

    Who’s paying for the increase in drug costs? Your employer is. And you are too. It might mean you’re paying more for your benefits, or you’re getting less coverage for other things you care about (like massages, physiotherapy, glasses, among others).

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  • Science Behind Reformulary

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    Reformulary Group brought together a group of drug experts — including top doctors and pharmacists. This expert committee meets regularly to evaluate and select the safest and most effective medications to be covered by all drug plans powered by Reformulary.

    Experts look at drug studies and ask:

    • Is the drug safe?
    • Does it work just as well as another drug that treats the same medical condition?
    • Is it cost-effective compared to other drugs used to treat the same condition?

    DrugFinder will show you if the drug you’re taking is expert-approved and in Reformulary.

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  • What’s a Co-Pay?

    Co-pay is an insurance term. It is the amount of money you pay out-of-pocket for health care services covered under your health plan, such as prescription drugs. Usually, your co-pay is a percentage of the cost of your prescription — and your employer pays the rest.

    Insurance Terms : Called a Co-pay
    Finding your Co-Pay on your Receipt

    What’s Your co-pay?

    Check out your prescription receipt. Do you see the ”C“? This is the Drug Ingredient Cost. This equals the price charged by the drug manufacturer (MLP) plus your pharmacy’s mark-up. Your co-pay is a percentage of the cost of the prescription.

  • How Pricing Works

    Think drugs cost the same everywhere?
    (you’d be wrong)

    Pricing varies for the same drug, depending on the pharmacy. It pays to shop around.

    What You Pay =  
    Drug Ingredient Cost =
       
    Manufacturer List Price + Your Pharmacy’s Markup + Your Pharmacy’s Dispensing Fee

Note: The Reformulary does not include all products available in the Province of Quebec.