Prescription Drug Formularies
Searchable Excel Database of ADAP, Ryan White Program Part A, General Revenue, and Medicaid Formularies – Miami-Dade County. Click here and scroll to the “Formulary Crosswalk”
- Test and Treat / Rapid Access (TTRA) Rapid access to HIV treatment after an individual is diagnosed is critical. Linkage to a long-term provider should occur no later than 30 days after diagnosis but ideally will happen within seven days. Click here for the Florida Department of Health in Miami Dade County (FDOH) Health Department Formulary – HIV Prevention and Rapid Access to Treatment and medications supported through the FDOH Issuance Program for County Health Departments. As a payor of last resort, we encourage providers to utilize pharmaceutical samples when possible.
- Ryan White Program Part A* Prescription Drug Services
- AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)* Medications Covered by ADAP
- General Revenue General Revenue Prescription Drug Formulary
- Medicaid – Florida Medicaid Preferred Drug List (PDL)* The Florida Medicaid Preferred Drug List (Formulary)
Patient Assistant Programs (PAP)
This information is provided to assist Ryan White Program clients and Medical Case Managers in accessing medications available through PAPs.
- Medicare.gov* Pharmaceutical Assistance Program
- NeedyMeds.org* Find help with the cost of medicine
- MedicineAssistanceTool.org* 3 Steps to Finding Medication Assistance
- Fair Pricing Coalition* Patient Assistance and Co-Pay Programs for HIV, PEP, PrEP and Viral Hepatitis
- Publix Pharmacy* Free Medication Program (High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Antibiotics)
- Wal-Mart Pharmacy* $4 Prescriptions (Cholesterol, Diabetes, Digestion, Family Planning, Heart Health & Blood Pressure, Mental Health, Thyroid, Vitamins & Nutrition)
This page includes links to Ryan White Program and non-Ryan White Program funded services. Please contact your Medical Case Manager with questions about Ryan White Program eligibility.
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