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Opioids are a type of pain medication that can be helpful in managing pain but can also be subject to overuse. Sharp Health Plan is committed to preventing overuse and protecting patient safety. Effective January 1, 2017, Sharp Health Plan will begin the opioid cumulative dose program for members using opioid drugs when they obtain those medications at the pharmacy. The purpose of the program is to make sure that members do not receive unsafe levels of opioid medications due to receiving multiple prescriptions that contain opioids at the same time, or receiving opioid prescriptions written by multiple prescribers. Our goal is to help protect members from receiving unsafe levels of medication that could cause them harm.
The program will review prescription drug claims for members who are receiving opioid drugs from three or more prescribers. The program will check the morphine-equivalent dosing (MED) of these medications to help avoid overuse. (An MED is a measure of how many milligrams of morphine the medication is estimated to contain, if the member’s medication dose was converted to a similar dose of morphine.)
Sharp Health Plan will apply the appropriate drug utilization review process to ensure access is maintained for needed medications.
If you have any questions about the new opioid cumulative dose program please contact Customer Care.
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