It depends entirely on your insurance coverage. Generally, Remicade is considered a "treatment" and is covered under the medical portion of your plan. So whatever your deductible, co-pay, or percentage is applies. My Remicade infusions billed out at about
3500 with my insurance allowing about
2500 of that.
Humira is strictly a medication. My co-pay for Humira was only $9.00 for a months supply - 2 injections. Others here have far higher co-pays. I recall some having to pay in the hundreds.
So it really depends on your insurance coverage parameters.
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