Do online pharmacies accept U.S. Medicare insurance?

Answered by Gabriel Levitt, MA | Posted December 27, 2017

PharmacyChecker is not a pharmacy and does not process prescriptions orders or sell any products. The PharmacyChecker Verification Program evaluates, verifies, and monitors online pharmacies to protect consumers' health.

International online pharmacies advertising prices on our website are approved through the PharmacyChecker Verification Program.

Unfortunately, international online pharmacies do not process U.S. insurance claims for medications. Medications are paid for "out-of-pocket." Although I expect most insurers do not cover the expense under reimbursement, it would not hurt to ask. Patients that shop at our verified online pharmacies do receive invoices (i.e. receipts) for the medications purchased, which can be submitted for reimbursement.

To learn more about international online pharmacies and the important role our verifications play, you may be interested in reading a former Ask PharmacyChecker answer: How come most online pharmacies are not verified by PharmacyChecker.com?

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