The big question would be "How is your Lupron administered?"
Since (for me, on another plan) mine is administered in the office as an injection, it is not important that it be on the Part D drug list, as it falls in Part B. For an Advantage plan, it should be the same.
Your provider orders it as a prescript
ion, then administers it. I am still trying to work a similar situation out for my upcoming Jevtana.
Regardless, get their answer in writing so you can refer back to it. Your doc can also help by explaining how they bill it.
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IGRT journey (2010) - www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=35&m=1756808
HT (Lupron) 9/12-3/13, 6/14 to present
Prolia 6-mo inj 12/12 to present
Casodex 12/14, end 3/15 after psa 30% rise
Zytiga 04-07/15 Xtandi 04/16-8/17
RT for spine mets 9/18