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January 2013
Medications Requiring Prior Authorization for Medical Necessity
Below is a list of medicines by drug class that will not be covered without a prior authorization for medical necessity, effective January 1, 2013. If you continue using one of these drugs after this date without prior approval, you may be required to pay the full cost. If you are currently using one of the drugs requiring prior authorization for medical necessity, ask your doctor to choose one of the generic or brand formulary consideration options listed below. Bolded products represent drugs requiring prior authorization for medical necessity that are new for 2013 plan year.
Category *
Drugs Requiring
Formulary Considerations
Drug Class
Prior Authorization for
Medical Necessity 1
Allergies *
flunisolide spray, fluticasone spray, triamcinolone spray, NASONEX Nasal Steroids
Asthma *
Depression *
trazodone Dermatology *
clobetasol propionate foam 0.05% Skin Inflammation and Hives
Diabetes *
metformin, metformin ext-rel Biguanides
Diabetes *
JANUVIA, TRADJENTA † Dipeptidyl Peptidase-4
(DPP-4) Inhibitors
Diabetes *
(DPP-4) Inhibitor /
Biguanide Combinations

Diabetes *
HUMALOG MIX 50/50 NOVOLOG MIX 70/30 HUMALOG MIX 75/25 NOVOLOG MIX 70/30 NOTE: Humulin U-500 concentrate will not be subject to prior authorization and will continue to be covered. Diabetes *
Supplies 2
Erectile Dysfunction *
Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors
Glaucoma *
latanoprost, TRAVATAN Z, ZIOPTAN Prostaglandin Analogs

Category *
Drugs Requiring
Formulary Considerations
Drug Class
Prior Authorization for
Medical Necessity 1
Growth Hormones *
High Blood Pressure *
eprosartan, irbesartan, losartan, BENICAR, DIOVAN, MICARDIS Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists EDARBI
High Blood Pressure *
irbesartan-hydrochlorothiazide, losartan-hydrochlorothiazide, BENICAR HCT, Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonist / EDARBYCLOR
DIOVAN HCT, MICARDIS HCT Diuretic Combinations
High Cholesterol *
atorvastatin, fluvastatin, lovastatin, pravastatin, simvastatin, CRESTOR, HMG Co-A Reductase Inhibitors
(HMGs or Statins)
High Cholesterol *
atorvastatin, fluvastatin, lovastatin, pravastatin, simvastatin, SIMCOR HMG Co-A Reductase Inhibitor /
Niacin Combinations
Overactive Bladder / Incontinence *
oxybutynin ext-rel, tolterodine, trospium, GELNIQUE, VESICARE Urinary Antispasmodics
OXYTROL SANCTURA XR Pain and Inflammation *
diclofenac or meloxicam or naproxen WITH misoprostol; CELEBREX, VIMOVO
Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory
diclofenac, meloxicam, naproxen (NSAIDs) / Combinations
Pain *
tramadol ext-rel Non-opioid Analgesics
Prostate Condition *
finasteride or AVODART WITH alfuzosin ext-rel, doxazosin, tamsulosin,
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Agents /
terazosin or RAPAFLO Sleep *
zolpidem, zolpidem ext-rel Hypnotics,
Testosterone Replacement *
Transplant *
tacrolimus Immunosuppressants,
Calcineurin Inhibitors

The listed formulary considerations are subject to change.
† Drugs no longer requiring prior authorization for medical necessity in 2013.

List of Drugs Requiring Prior Authorization for Medical Necessity
List of Drugs Requiring Prior Authorization for Medical Necessity - Carryover from 2012 Plan Year
HUMALOG MIX 50/50 HUMALOG MIX 75/25 FREESTYLE STRIPS AND KITS List of Drugs Requiring Prior Authorization for Medical Necessity - New for 2013 Plan Year
NUTROPIN / NUTROPIN AQ Drugs no longer requiring prior authorization for medical necessity in 2013: AXIRON, FORTESTA and TRADJENTA There may be additional drugs subject to prior authorization or other plan design restrictions. Please consult your plan for further information.
This list represents brand products in CAPS, branded generics in upper- and lowercase, and generic products in lowercase italics. This is not an all-inclusive list of available drug
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Subject to applicable state law restrictions.
* This list indicates the common uses for which the drug is prescribed. Some drugs are prescribed for more than one condition.
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Document date: July 19, 2012


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Adrian Howe (Australia) Title: "Emotional Law—Provocation and the Cultural Politics of Law Reform." Abstract: "This paper analyses the cultural politics of criminal law reform, focusing on 21st century efforts to reform partial defences to murder in jurisdictions in Australia and the UK. Subjecting the case law and conventional black-letter law commentaries to critiques offered by feminist law scholarship and contemporary emotion theory, it explores deeply emotional reactions to the provocation defence—western societies' most emotional law. A comparative analysis is provided of the different options canvassed in debates that have raged in recent law commission inquiries into whether provocation is capable of reform or whether it should be abolished outright. It is argued that reforms which retain the defence but limit its use or which more ‘radically' abolish the defence but retain provocation as a sentencing discretion are destined to fail because they do not get to the heart of the problem—the deeply ingrained cultural script that men who kill in the heat of ‘passion' deserve some compassion. All contributors to the debate have emotional investments in their positions, but it is the passionate attachments of provocation's ardent apologists for this antediluvian defence that are the paper's analytical focus." Agnieszka Kubal (UK) Title: "Recognizing the Place of Legal Culture in Legal Integration Research. Polish post-2004 EU Enlargement Migrants in the United Kingdom." Abstract: "The paper is placed at the intersection of migration and legal studies. Enquiring into the study of the immigrants in the new socio-legal environment suggests existing gaps and certain shortcomings in the current knowledge on the various aspects of legal integration. This research, engaging critically with the reviewed literature, offers a new approach to studying legal integration, taking Polish post-2004 EU Enlargement migrants in the UK as a case study. It suggests a combined focus on structural factors stemming from the host country's legal environment as well as migrants' cultural background – their values, accustomed patterns of legal behaviour, attitudes to law (legal culture) – in the process of shaping – and possibly re-shaping – their relationship to law during the settlement process. This paper aims to offer an understanding of how people in their daily interactions gradually change their behaviour, views and attitudes engaging in the complex interplay between the new environment and their cultural background during the process of integration. This study makes the claim for the proper recognition of the cultural background of immigrants while investigating their modes and strategies of legal integration. It acknowledges the legal culture of immigrants as a significant factor in empirical research, accounting for nuances and bringing out the subtle differences and therefore revealing the bigger, richer picture of immigrant integration, than one solely relying on structural factors and government policies of immigrant incorporation. The approach to legal culture adopted in this research acknowledges the diversity of sub-cultures and sub-groups within it, at the same time stressing a general, distinguishable and largely shared pattern of accustomed behaviour, thinking and experience of law." Ahti Laitinen (Finland) Title: "Arson: Crime Rates, Offenders, and Prevention in Finland." Abstract: "This paper deals with arson and its prevention in Finland. Arson will first be viewed in the light of history and criminological theory. The second part of the paper contains the results of an empirical study on arson. The material has been collected from different official sources. For example, the offenses data base of the police, the so-called "Accident data base" of the Ministry of the Interior, and the data base of trials have been used. In addition, the documents of the preliminary investigations of the police have been utilized. According to the preliminary results, approximately one-third of all fires are arson. Most often the offenders are young, undereducated males. What is surprising is that arson is more common in some prosperous cities, where, for example, the unemployment rate is unusually low. During 2005-2007 many arson of historical and valuable buildings, like