Reply To: Blood Pressure spiking?
Medicare copays are a function of the insurance you have. Copays can be minimized if you qualify for Medicaid (Medical in California). This requires income levels to be in the “poverty” range and that range varies by State.
The next lowest copays would result from a Medicare supplement/medigap plan (I’m on the “N” version) where the IVIg can be billed under part B medical. Billing under part D prescription drugs will have higher costs and higher copays. Medicare Advantage plans such as PPO’s and HMO’s have lower copays than standard Medicare, but copays will vary by insurance carrier.
Medicare options are described here:
Medicaid options are covered here: