Can my insurance company cover zero of the only medicine that I have ever been prescribed to control my asthma?
Question Details: The last 3 years I have been asthma free thankfully and have not needed an albuterol inhaler hardly at all. This past week I came down with bronchitis and was prescribed to use the medicine again. Although I have not had symptoms the past 3 years because I have had asthma attacks in the past my doctor like me to have one always just in case of emergency. Today I went to the pharmacy and was informed that provider actually covers not 1 cent of that medicine which they had never seen before. I work hard and try not to complain so this is hard for me but it just seems so unethical. How this can be a legal practice?